The objective of the project is to enable students to prepare their Learning Agreements within an online system that will then allow them to liaise with the coordinators of sending and receiving higher education institutions to finalise the document, approve and sign it online. This process therefore transfers a paper-based workflow, which is reliant on timely postal deliveries for signature
purposes, into an online system that will allow students to gain
considerable time when preparing their studies abroad and induce
a greater degree of flexibility and efficiency when needing
to revise the Learning Agreement. The online software will
also allow higher education institutions to mainstream
the workflows of the management of the learning agreements
to render the process of approving and managing them more efficient,
and thus freeing up time for the staff members to work on other
international relation activities or improve
the quality of credit mobility.

The platform is developed with the support of Erasmus+ Strategic
Partnership project funding (2015-2017) by following project partners:
European University Foundation, Erasmus Student Network,
Lodz University of Technology, University of Aveiro,
University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, University of Lorraine,
University of Luxembourg, European Humanities University.