Inter-institutional agreement between programme countries

Inter-institutional agreement between programme countries


Agreement duration: 2014 - 2016

The institutions named below agree to cooperate for the exchange of students and/or staff in the context of the Erasmus+ programme. They commit to respect the quality requirements of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education in all aspects related to the organisation and management of the mobility, in particular the recognition of the credits awarded to students by the partner institution.

A. Information about higher education institutions

Name of the institution
(and department, where relevant)
Erasmus code Institutional Coordinator Contact details
(email, phone)
Departmental Coordinator Contact details
(email, phone)
Website
(eg. of the course catalogue)
Aristotle University of ThessalonikiG THESSAL01Institutional Coordinator/Head of the Office:
Full name: Georgiadou Ioanna
Address: Department of European Educational Programmes, Administration Βuilding, 54124, Thessaloniki, Greece
Tel: +30 2310 995293
Fax: +30 2310 995292
Email: Erasmus-agreements@auth.gr
Departmental Coordinator:
Full name: Associate Professor Inglezakis Ioannis
Department: School of Law
Address: faculty of Law
Tel: 2310996577
Fax: 2310996550
Email: iingleza@law.auth.gr
General University Webpage: http://www.auth.gr
For Erasmus+ students: http://www.eurep.auth.gr/index.php?lang=en
Course catalogue: http://qa.auth.gr/en/studyguide/
Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble 1F GRENOBL01Institutional Coordinator/Head of International Office:
Full name: MILET Anne
Address: BP53 - 38041 Grenoble Cedex9
Tel: +33 (0)4 76 51 45 13
Fax: +33(0)4 76 51 42 52
Email:relations.internationales@ujf-grenoble.fr
Departmental Coordinator:
Full name: Professor PIERSON PATRICK
Address:
Tel: +33 476825303
Email: iut1.international@ujf-grenoble.fr
General University Webpage: http://www.ujf-grenoble.fr
For Erasmus students: http://www.ujf-grenoble.fr/23618820/1/fiche___pagelibre/
Course catalogue: http://www.ujf-grenoble.fr/formation/diplomes/


B. Mobility numbers per academic year

FROM
[Erasmus code of the sending institution]
TO
[Erasmus code of the receiving institution]
Subject area code
[ISCED]
Subject area name
Study cycle
[short cycle, 1st , 2nd or 3rd]
Student Mobility for Studies
[number of students x number of months per student]
Student Mobility for Traineeships
G THESSAL01F GRENOBL01042 (38)042 (38) - Law
F GRENOBL01G THESSAL01042 (38)042 (38) - Law


FROM
[Erasmus code of the sending institution]
TO
[Erasmus code of the receiving institution]
Subject area code
[ISCED]
Subject area name
Study cycle
[short cycle, 1st , 2nd or 3rd]
Staff Mobility for Teaching
[number of staff members x number of days per staff member]
Staff Mobility for Training
G THESSAL01F GRENOBL01042 (38)042 (38) - Law1st 1 staff member x 5 days
F GRENOBL01G THESSAL01042 (38)042 (38) - Law1st 1 staff member x 5 days

Additional information:


C. Recommended language skills

The sending institution, following agreement with the receiving institution, is responsible for providing support to its nominated candidates so that they can have the recommended language skills at the start of the study or teaching period:

Receiving institution
[Erasmus code]
Optional: Subject areaLanguage of instruction 1 Language of instruction 2 Student Mobility for Studies
[Minimum recommended level: B1]
Staff Mobility for Teaching
[Minimum recommended level: B2]
G THESSAL01GreekEnglishC1 - Effective Operational Proficiency
F GRENOBL01FrenchFrenchB2 - Vantage
F GRENOBL01FrenchEnglishB2 - Vantage

For more details on the language of instruction recommendations, see the course catalogue of each institution


D. Additional requirements

1. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki:

Courses at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki are normally taught in Greek. However, there are courses in other languages too, especially at the Foreign Language Faculties, Faculty of Law (courses in English, French and German language), School of Journalism & Mass Communication, and School of Economics. In all other cases, there are special arrangements for LLP/Erasmus students, such as assignment of essays in English with the use of English bibliography in small groups of students.

Information concerning courses and other academic matters can be obtained at the web site of the University http://www.auth.gr/en/faculties

Greek Language courses for Erasmus+ students

There are courses organized specifically for Erasmus+ students with the support of the EU at the beginning of each semester: in October and in March (beginners’ level). Moreover there are on-line courses at the beginning of each semester.

You can find more information at the School of Modern Greek Language of AUTh: http://smg.web.auth.gr/wordpress/?lang=en

Information on the website: http://ec.europa.eu/education/erasmus/doc902_en.htm

Students with disabilities

Social and Health Policy Committee of AUTH was established in 1997 with the aim to facilitate students with disabilities. Services have been developed and updated according to European and International standards. There are several fields that Social and Health Policy Committee is getting involved, always aiming to make student life easier so that all students can focus on their academic demands.

Services available

Students with visual impairment

- Converting books or notes in any file the student is using to study (text to speech, print them in Braille etc)

Students with hearing disabilities

- Interpretation in Greek Sign language everywhere in the campus of our University during working hours.

- Co-operation with Hellenic Federation of the Deaf in order to provide sign language interpreters for all lessons of deaf students.

- Unfortunately we do not provide interpretations in other foreign sign languages.

Students with mobility disabilities

- We provide transportation to students with mobility disabilities from their residences to the campus and vice versa in an everyday basis.

Services to all students

- blood donation days

- connect students with other institutions so that they will be given the professional care they need depending on their issue.

Social and Health Policy Committee is always personalizing its services adjusting them to the needs and wills of every single student.

Contact details: Tel. (+30) 2310 995360, (+30) 2310 995386, (+30) 2310 991376
E-mail: socialcom@ad.auth.gr

2. Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble 1

Classes begin: Autumn term: 1st September, Spring term: Mid-January

Infrastructure to welcome students and staff with disabilities: Service Accueil Handicap

http://handicap.grenoble-univ.fr/

+33 (0)4 76 82 84 70



E. Calendar

1. Applications/information on nominated students must reach the receiving institution by:
Receiving institution
[Erasmus code]
Autumn term
[month]
Spring term
[month]
G THESSAL0130th June30th November
F GRENOBL01

15th June of preceding school year

Application forms: https://iut1.ujf-grenoble.fr

Click on "International" and then on "Studying at IUT1 Grenoble".

15th October

Application forms: https://iut1.ujf-grenoble.fr

Click on "International" and then on "Studying at IUT1 Grenoble".



Aristotle University of Thessaloniki:
2. Following the receipt of the paper application (printed online application), AUTH will send its decision within 4-6 weeks.
3. A Transcript of Records will be issued by the receiving institution no later than 5 weeks after the assessment period has finished at the receiving HEI.

Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble 1
2.

The receiving institution will send its decision within 6/8 weeks.

 

 

3.

A Transcript of Records will be issued by the receiving institution no later than 5 weeks after the assessment period has finished at the receiving HEI.

 


4. Termination of the agreement

In the event of unilateral termination, a notice of at least one academic year should be given. This means that a unilateral decision to discontinue the exchanges notified to the other party by 1 September 20XX will only take effect as of 1 September 20XX+1. The termination clauses must include the following disclaimer: "Neither the European Commission nor the National Agencies can be held responsible in case of a conflict."



F. Information

1. Grading systems of the institutions

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki:

A scale of 1 to 10 applies to the marks of each subject in the Hellenic Higher Education

8,5-10

Άριστα (Arista) - Excellent

6,5-8,49

Λίαν Καλώς (Lian Kalos) – Very Good

5,00-6,49

Καλώς ( Kalos) - Good

0-4,99

Ανεπιτυχώς ( Anepitychos) - Fail

Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble 1

The academic year is on a semester basis with each semester worth 30 ECTS as defined in the Bologna agreement of the European Higher Education System.

Grades are on a scale from 0 to 20 where 10/20 is the average passing grade.

However, in the French academic system, grades are viewed as a whole set for a semester which means that it is not only the individual grade in a given class that must be considered but the set of grades for a semester. 

At the Bachelor’s level, the average of all classes in a semester must be greater than or equal to 10/20.

At the Master’s level, the overall average for all classes in a semester must be greater than or equal to 10/20 AND all individual class grades must be greater than or equal to 7/20.  For Engineering degrees the average is actually 7/20 instead of 10/20.

In addition, grades in a class are a combination of knowledge based grades and competencies. Hence it is not strictly the rule that is to be learned but the concept behind it must be understood as well.

The following grading table reflects the way grades are given at UJF for a semester. Although very high grades are seldom given for classwork, grades for practicals, labs and internship rarely go below 10/20.

Grade/20 for a semester based on rule above

European Grading System

18-20

Very uncommon (approx. 1 out of 1000 students). Brilliant and exceptional results

16-18

Outstanding performance, first-rate results

14-16

Very good to excellent results.

12-14

Good to very good results

10-12

Passing to satisfactory results

10

Lowest passing grade: standard has been met but with a number of notable errors

< 10

Fail, further work required

Hence a student with a grade above 12/20 is considered to be a good student while a student with 14/20 or above is a VERY good student.


2. Visa
The sending and receiving institutions will provide assistance, when required, in securing visas for incoming and outbound mobile participants, according to the requirements of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education. Information and assistance can be provided by the following contact points and information sources:
Institution
[Erasmus code]
Contact details
(email, phone)
Website for information
G THESSAL01Incoming Students:
Ms. Sofia Fourlari tel. +30 2310995166
Ms. Vasiliki Mpoukla tel. +30 2310 991391
email: erasmus-incoming@auth.gr
http://www.eurep.auth.gr/index.php?lang=en
F GRENOBL01

International Relations Office

e-mail : relations.internationales@ujf-grenoble.fr

http://www.ujf-grenoble.fr/medias/fichier/welcomeguide-2013-2014-english_1370349557576.pdf http://international.grenoble-univ.fr



3. Insurance

The sending and receiving institutions will provide assistance in obtaining insurance for incoming and outbound mobile participants, according to the requirements of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education.

The receiving institution will inform mobile participants of cases in which insurance cover is not automatically provided. Information and assistance can be provided by the following contact points and information sources:

Institution
[Erasmus code]
Contact details
(email, phone)
Website for information
G THESSAL01Incoming Students:
Ms. Sofia Fourlari tel. +30 2310995166
Ms. Vasiliki Mpoukla tel. +30 2310 991391
email: erasmus-incoming@auth.gr
http://www.eurep.auth.gr/index.php?lang=en
F GRENOBL01

International Relations Office

e-mail : relations.internationales@ujf-grenoble.fr

http://www.ujf-grenoble.fr/medias/fichier/welcomeguide-2013-2014-english_1370349557576.pdf http://international.grenoble-univ.fr



4. Housing

The receiving institution will guide incoming mobile participants in finding accommodation, according to the requirements of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education.

Information and assistance can be provided by the following persons and information sources:

Institution
[Erasmus code]
Contact details
(email, phone)
Website for information
G THESSAL01Incoming Students:
Ms. Sofia Fourlari tel. +30 2310995166
Ms. Vasiliki Mpoukla tel. +30 2310 991391
email: erasmus-incoming@auth.gr
http://new.eurep.auth.gr/en/accommodation-list
F GRENOBL01

International Relations Office

e-mail : relations.internationales@ujf-grenoble.fr

http://www.ujf-grenoble.fr/medias/fichier/welcomeguide-2013-2014-english_1370349557576.pdf http://international.grenoble-univ.fr




G. SIGNATURES OF THE INSTITUTIONS (legal representatives)

Institution
[Erasmus code]
Name, functionDate Signature
G THESSAL01Prof. Dr. Despo Ath. Lialiou
Deputy Rector
F GRENOBL01

Pr. Anne MILET, Vice President

for International Relations