Mobility and Exchange Outgoing

Before my stay

What do I have to do?
By when?
Registering at the host university
Once the International Office has accepted your registration for a period of study abroad, you are nominated by the International Office at the University of Bern at your host university. Once you have been nominated (you are informed of this by e-mail), you have to register at your host university yourself (Application) - you yourself are responsible for adhering to the deadlines of your host university. Take a look at the website of your host university for information about the registration formalities for incoming Erasmus students (in a few cases, there is a separate registration procedure for SEMP incomings). You may well receive information directly from the host university when you have been nominated. You yourself are responsible for registering on time! As soon as possible after your nomination. Make sure you keep within the application deadline!
Learning Agreement
Select courses at the host university, discuss these with your Erasmus coordinator, and have the learning agreement signed by both parties (your own and the host university). Before going abroad.
Entering the host country Make sure you find out about the conditions relevant to entering and residing in the particular country.
As soon as possible.
Accommodation Apply for accommodation in a student dorm or try to find accommodation yourself. With registration at the host university
or as soon as possible.
Renewal of semester registration Complete the semester registration for your semester abroad at the University of Bern: Studying for one semester at another university. As soon as possible. Registration fees
or pay bill immediately.
Formal obligation and certificate of registration Complete the formal obligation and submit it together with the certificate of registration from the University of Bern for the exchange semester to the International Office. As soon as you receive the certificate of registration after paying the semester fees.