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    INTERESTED IN STUDYING Psychology ABROAD?

    On this page you will find all information you need.

    Let’s get started

    Have a look at the slides of session on “Going abroad”. They give a clear summary of the general information and go in to detail on each programme. 

    Should some of your questions remain unanswered after checking this website and the slides, feel free to get in touch with your exchange coordinators: Tim Vantilborgh or Delphine West.

    When?

    You can go on an exchange in bachelor’s year 3 (semester 1 and/or 2) or master’s year 1 (semester 1 and/or 2).

    Who?

    You need to:

    • have passed you courses of bachelor year 1
    • to have attained 60 ECTS (at the time of application, within current curriculum)
    • Schakelstudenten and voorbereidingsprogramma studenten can also apply (the two previous rules do not apply to them)
       

    How?

    Nomination:

    Send a top 3 of your destinations via this form (deadline: 17/12/2018). Add a motivation letter (max. 1 page) explaining why you should be selected for the destination of your first choice.

    The exchange coordinators will select students for each destination. When multiple students apply for the same destination, a ranking is made based on the motivation letters and grades (if available).

    The exchange nominators will contact students if they were selected for a destination from their top 3.

    Learning agreement:

    Send a first proposal of your learning agreement to your exchange coordinator (deadline: 4/2/2019). Use the template “Document voorstel learning agreement” available on Canvas. Add a course description of selected courses (in English). You will receive feedback from the exchange coordinators on this proposal.

    Send a revised and final learning agreement proposal to your exchange coordinator (deadline 4/3/2019). The exchange coordinator decides if your revised LA can be approved. If your final LA is approved by the exchange coordinator, you will be officially nominated for an exchange at IRMO. IRMO will contact you and guide you through the rest of the application procedure.

    INTERESTED IN STUDYING Adult Educational Sciences ABROAD?

    On this page you will find all information you need.

    Let’s get started

    Have a look at the slides of the information session “Going abroad”. The PowerPoint gives a clear summary of the general information and goes into detail on each programme.

    Should some of your questions remain unanswered after checking this website and the slides, feel free to get in touch with your exchange coordinator: Ronald Crouzé.

    When?

    You can go on an exchange in bachelor’s year 3 (semester 1 and/or 2) or master’s year 1 (semester 1 and/or 2). You always have to start planning your exchange one year ahead.

    Who?

    You need to:

    • have passed your courses of bachelor year 1;
    • have attained 60 ECTS (at the time of application, within current curriculum);
    • Schakelstudenten and voorbereidingsprogramma studenten can also apply (the two previous rules do not apply to them).

    How?

    Nomination:

    Send a top 3 of your destinations to your exchange coordinator (deadline see PowerPoint infosession). Add a motivation letter (max. 1 page) explaining why you should be selected for the destination of your first choice. The exchange coordinator will select students for each destination. When multiple students apply for the same destination, a ranking is made based on the motivation letters and grades (if available).

    The exchange nominator will inform students about the destination they were selected for.

    Learning agreement:

    Send a first proposal of your learning agreement to your exchange coordinator (deadline see PowerPoint infosession). Use the template “Document eerste voorstel learning agreement” available on Pointcarré in the workspace “Exchange PE”. Add a course description of selected courses (in English). You will receive feedback from the exchange coordinators on this proposal.

    Send a final learning agreement proposal to your exchange coordinator (deadline see PowerPoint infosession). Use the template “Document eerste voorstel learning agreement” available on Pointcarré in the workspace “Exchange PE”. Add a course description of selected courses (in English). If your final Learning Agreement is approved by the exchange coordinator, you will be officially nominated for an exchange at IRMO. IRMO will contact you and guide you through the rest of the application procedure.

    INTERESTED IN STUDYING Educational Sciences ABROAD?

    On this page you will find all information you need.

    Let’s get started

    Have a look at the slides of the information session “Going abroad”. The PowerPoint gives a clear summary of the general information and goes into detail on each programme.

    Should some of your questions remain unanswered after checking this website and the slides, feel free to get in touch with your exchange coordinator: Prof. Chang Zhu.

    When?

    You can go on an exchange in master’s year 1 (semester 1 and/or 2) or master’s year 2 (semester 1 and/or 2). You always have to start planning your exchange one year ahead.

    Who?

    • All master students can apply.
    • Schakelstudenten and voorbereidingsprogramma studenten can also apply.

    How?

    Nomination:

    Send a top 3 of your destinations to your exchange coordinator (deadline see PowerPoint infosession). Add a motivation letter (max. 1 page) explaining why you should be selected for the destination of your first choice. The exchange coordinator will select students for each destination. When multiple students apply for the same destination, a ranking is made based on the motivation letters and grades (if available).

    The exchange nominator will inform students about the destination they were selected for.

    Learning agreement:

    Send a first proposal of your learning agreement to your exchange coordinator (deadline see PowerPoint infosession). Use the template “Document first proposal learning agreement” available on Pointcarré in the workspace “Exchange PE”. Add a course description of selected courses (in English). You will receive feedback from the exchange coordinators on this proposal.

    Send a final learning agreement proposal to your exchange coordinator (deadline see PowerPoint infosession). Use the template “Document firs proposal learning agreement” available on Pointcarré in the workspace “Exchange PE”. Add a course description of selected courses (in English). If your final Learning Agreement is approved by the exchange coordinator, you will be officially nominated for an exchange at IRMO. IRMO will contact you and guide you through the rest of the application procedure.