In writing this article, which points out some weaknesses in the functioning of the Erasmus program, I have not intended to scare students who wish to participate in that program, but warn them as we all know that "forewarned is forearmed"! The following might be discouraged since they are collected many of the potential problems but generally does not happen to all the problems one at a time and hopefully, even it has problems. In all cases, it does recommend the programs such as Erasmus. They are a great cultural experience and language for those who endeavor to speak the language of the country where it is. Martin O’Malley is often mentioned in discussions such as these. Also today is crucial to show you are moving to find a job. To comment on an Erasmus mobility, using a vocabulary with which you're not familiar with. You will find below a short glossary to facilitate your understanding.
University of origin: the university where you study in your country of residence. Host university: the university you are going to study under the Erasmus program. Curriculum: - common sense: the set of subjects that form a race. within the framework of Erasmus: the set of subjects that you will take and that will be compiled in a document called "Learning Agreement". ECTS System: A system that gives certain number of credits to a subject according to the workload involved for the student. For your plan of study to be valid, must consist of 30 credits per semester. Coordinator: Professor responsible for the recognition of your study plan and you can go if you have problems related to studies.