This Charter highlights your rights and obligations and tells you what you can expect from your sending and receiving organisations at each step of your Erasmus+ experience.
Higher education institutions participating in Erasmus+ have committed themselves to respect the principles of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education to facilitate, support and recognise your experience abroad.
On your side, you commit yourself to respect the rules and obligations of the Erasmus+ Grant Agreement that you have signed with your sending institution.
The Erasmus+ Student and Alumni Association (ESAA) offers you a range of services to support you before, during and after your experience abroad.
Once you have been selected as an Erasmus+ student, you are entitled to receive guidance regarding the partner institutions or enterprises where you can spend your mobility period and the activities that you can undertake there.
You have the right to receive information on the grading system used by your receiving institution, as well as information on obtaining insurance and finding housing, and securing a visa (if required). You can find the relevant contact points and information sources in the inter-institutional agreement signed between your sending and receiving institutions.
You will sign a Grant Agreement (even if you do not receive financial support from EU funds). If you are enrolled in a higher education institution located in a Programme Country, you will sign the Grant Agreement with your sending institution. If you are enrolled in a higher education institution located in a Partner Country, you may sign it with your sending or receiving institution, depending on the agreed arrangements. In addition, you will sign a Learning Agreement with your sending and receiving institution/enterprise. Thorough preparation of your Learning Agreement is crucial for the success of your mobility experience and to ensure recognition of your mobility period. It sets out the details of your planned activities abroad (including the credits to be earned and that will count towards your home degree).
After you have been selected, you will undergo an on-line language assessment (provided this is available in your main language of instruction/work abroad) that will allow your sending institution to offer you the most appropriate language support, if required. You should take full advantage of this support to improve your language skills to the level recommended by your receiving institution.
You should take full advantage of all the learning opportunities available at the receiving institution/enterprise, while respecting its rules and regulations, and endeavour to perform to the best of your ability in all relevant examinations or other forms of assessment.
Your receiving institution/enterprise commits itself to treat you in the same way as its home students/employees and you should make all the necessary efforts to fit into your new environment.
You could benefit from networks of mentors and buddies where available at your receiving institution / enterprise.
Your receiving institution will not ask you to pay fees for tuition, registration, examinations or for access to laboratory and library facilities during your mobility period. Nevertheless, you may be charged a small fee on the same basis as local students for costs such as insurance, student unions and the use of study-related materials or equipment.
Your student grant or student loan from your home country must be maintained while you are abroad.
You can request changes to the Learning Agreement only in exceptional circumstances and within the deadline decided by your sending and receiving institutions. You must ensure that these changes are validated by both the sending and receiving institutions/enterprise within a two-week period after the request has been submitted and keep copies of their approval. Any request to extend the duration of the mobility period must be submitted at least one month before the end of the originally planned period.
In accordance with your Learning Agreement, you are entitled to receive full academic recognition from your sending institution for activities that you have completed satisfactorily during your mobility period.
– If you are studying abroad, within five weeks of the publication of your results, your receiving institution will send a Transcript of Records to you and to your sending institution, showing your credits and grades achieved. Upon receipt of your Transcript of Records, your sending institution will provide you with complete information on the recognition of your achievements. If you are enrolled in a higher education institution located in a Programme Country, the recognised components (e.g. courses) will appear in your Diploma Supplement.
– If you are doing a traineeship1, your enterprise will give you a Traineeship Certificate summarising the tasks carried out and an evaluation. Your sending institution will also give you a Transcript of Records, if this forms part of your Learning Agreement. If the traineeship was not part of the curriculum but you are enrolled in a higher education institution located in a Programme Country, the mobility period will be recorded in your Diploma Supplement and – if you wish – in your Europass Mobility Document. If you are a recent graduate from an institution located in a Programme Country, you are encouraged to request the Europass Mobility Document.
You should undergo an on-line language assessment, if available in your main language of instruction/work abroad, to monitor linguistic progress during your mobility.
The Faculty of Theatre and Film is organising a new selection for study/placement mobility within the Erasmus + programme, Bachelor, Master and PhD level. Applications should be submitted online to the email address of the Erasmus+ coordinator, Lect. univ. dr. Bartha Katalin Ágnes: katalin.agnes.bartha@ubbcluj.
Selection will be done on the basis of the applicants file, without interview. The application consists of sending a single PDF document containing all the required documents scanned*. The certificate proving academic status will be issued by the faculty secretariat online, following a request sent by email to email@example.com. Students who do not yet have a certificate of language proficiency can apply for selection once their current situation has been clarified by attaching this document to their file.
The faculties where mobility can take place are:
|D||D MITTWEI01||University Mittweida||Audio-Visual Technique and media production/0211|
|D||D POTSDAM02||Filmuniversitat Babelsberg||Cinema and Television/213|
|E||E GIRONA02||Universitat de Girona||Audio-Visual Technique and media production/0211|
|E||E GIRONA02||Universitat de Girona||Music and Performing Arts/0215|
|F||F LILLE103||Universite de Lille||Theatre/Performing Arts/0215|
|F||F NANCY43||Universite de Lorraine||arts/021|
|F||F TOULOUS02||Universite Toulouse-Jean Jaures||Humanities and arts/02|
|G||G ATHINE01||National and Kapodistrian University of Athens||Music and Performing Arts/0215|
|HR||HR OSIJEK01||J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek||Arts/021|
|HU||HU BUDAPES10||Karoli Gaspar University of the Reformed Church in Hungaruy||Music and Performing Arts/0215|
|HU||HU BUDAPES37||University of Theatre and Film Arts||Audio-Visual Technique and media production/0211, Music and performing Arts/0215|
|HU||HU DEBRECE01||University of Debrecen||Arts and humanities/02|
|HU||HU SZEGED01||University of Szeged||Audio-Visual Technique and media production, Performing Arts/0211, 0215|
|HU||HU BUDAPES37||University of Theatre and Film Arts||Music and Performing Arts/0215|
|I||I MACERAT02||Academia di Belle Arti di Macerata||Visual Fine Arts and design/221|
|I||I MILANO03||Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore||Audio-Visual Technique and media production/0211|
|I||I MILANO16||Universita degli Studi di Milano Bicocca||Film and media studies/211|
|LT||LT VILNIUS05||Lithuanian Academy or Music and Theatre||Music and Performing Arts|
|MK||MK STIP01||Goce Delcev University of Stip||Audio-Visual Technique and media production/0211|
|P||P LISBOA97||PEDAGO Instituto Superior de Ciencias Educativas do Douro||Arts and Humanities, Performing Arts/0211, 0215|
|PL||PL KATOWIC01||University of Silesia in Katowice||Arts/021|
|S||S VAXJO03||Linnaeus University||Audio-Visual Technique and media production/0211|
|S||S VAXJO03||Linnaeus University||Arts and humanities/02|
|S||S VAXJO03||Linnaeus University||Audio-Visual Technique and media production/0211|
|E||E SEVILLA06||Escuela Superior de Arte Dramatico de Sevilla||Music and Performing Arts/0215|
|PL||PL LODZ01||University of Lodz||0211 – Arts and Humanities; Film and Media Studies; Audio-visual technique and media production|
*The documents required to apply for the selection are:
-Candidate’s form and Declaration (both can be downloaded from the page of the Centre for International Cooperation, Babes-Bolyai University
– Curriculum Vitae;
– Cover letter (in English);
– Transcript of grades obtained in the last school year;
– Certificate of language proficiency (original for conformity);
– Supporting documents proving research, voluntary or internship activities mentioned in the CV.