The Erasmus programme is an EU programme for student exchanges. Erasmus therefore covers all exchange agreements in the EU/ES. If you are applying for one of the European partners with whom ITU has agreements, you are a student in Erasmus exchange. For student mobility, the apprenticeship agreement includes studies abroad and programs that are replaced in your home country after completing their studies abroad. For internships and research, the apprenticeship agreement refers to training or research activities. The apprenticeship agreement is an essential document for the recognition of studies abroad. It is an agreement between the student, the sending institution and the institution, the organization or the company. The aim of the apprenticeship agreement is to ensure a transparent and efficient preparation of exchanges to ensure that you get recognition for successful activities abroad. The apprenticeship agreement should include all the learning gains that the student must obtain during the exchange. There are standardized models for studies and internships. For research under Erasmus, you must use these standard models (depending on your Erasmus funding). For research carried out outside the Erasmus programme, you can use one of these models or an agreement mentioning research activities and the authorisation of three parties. As part of the cooperation agreement between the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and the WTO, the two organizations participate as observers at the meetings of the other Community and work at the staff level on activities such as research, publications, conferences and workshops.
For example, in 2006, the WTO secretariat provided technical and editorial advice on parts of an ITU toolkit developed for the ICT Regulation. Funding for the project was provided by the World Bank-run Development Information Facility (infoDev). The WTO has also participated in ITU study groups and expert meetings, including one on the regulatory impact of next-generation ip networks. The WTO is also an observer at ITU. The ERASMUS Apprenticeship Agreement is a contract between you, the host university and the host university for the courses you wish to take abroad. Once you have prior authorization for your SAP courses, you must complete the learning agreement with your data and complete the “Before Mobility” section and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. With regard to student mobility for internships, the apprenticeship agreement should define how the internship is recognised, depending on whether it is counted in the student`s diploma, on a voluntary basis (not compulsory for the diploma) or by a recent graduate. See the guidelines below. Stay tuned for more updates, as we`ll be adding more features in 2017 and beyond! Feel free to give us your feedback to email@example.com. For the mobility of students for studies, the apprenticeship agreement should define the group of educational components that will be replaced at the end of their studies abroad. See the guidelines below.
The Focus Group fulfilled its mandate and established a community of collaborators. In addition, the FG has developed basis points for standardization. Students generally receive about 285-335 euros per month.