Almost two weeks I’m back home again and it’s beginning to feel like normal again. Especially the waking up after the first night in my own bed again was a bit strange, but seeing all my old friends again made up for that. Nevertheless it was also time to arrange the final stuff for Erasmus and get my ECTS transferred, and besides that all, I was occupied with writing my Bachelorthesis. But in this blog something about the last forms.
Learning Agreement & Change Form
If everything went the way it should have gone, your Learning Agreement is already at the International Office. If it isn’t, you should get it signed while you are in Glasgow and deliver it at the International Office back home. Also if you changed any courses that were on your Learning Agreement you have to fill in an Change Form, like myself, and it also has to be signed by Lisa Broadwell (IO). This is possible by putting the forms in the black box in the Fraser building with the porter. She will sign them within three days and after that period you can pick them up at the porter again.
Statement of Study Form
The statement of study form also has to be signed by the International Office and this is done the same way as with the Learning Agreement and Change Form. Important is the time you spend in Glasgow, and what period you were actually studying. Normally they will fill in the date of your last exam, so it is important to check this, because it can make a difference in the amount you get from Erasmus.
Also you have to fill in an online report about your time in Glasgow. Things they want to know are about the study, atmosphere, activities, housing of Glasgow. Most things speak for themselves and it wasn’t to bad. My report is available on here.
Transcript of Records
This piece of paper you will get after your grades are announced online first. That is when in websurf you added/changed the address back to your home address. You need this official transcript to show the International Office what you did. But also you need this transcript to get your ECTS in Glasgow acknowledged by your own university.
This was my blog about Glasgow for the IRUN. However I got a kind of ‘addicted’ to the international stuff and therefore I’m going, together with some friends I got to know in Glasgow, to be a mentor in Nijmegen for all the International Students that visit our university. So if you are thinking about studying in Nijmegen, get in touch, or even better: See you than!