Guidelines on drawing up the learning agreement for the international exchange students

You have been selected by your home university to apply to Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA)? Please follow the guide to draw up your learning agreement!
For your exchange program at UGA, you must select the majority of your courses from one composante (faculty, school, institute, department). This will be your host faculty.


The following steps concerns every faculty at UGA except:

Step 1: Get a copy of the learning agreement template

Are you coming as part of the ERASMUS+ program?Ask the coordinator of the International Relations Department at your current university for the Erasmus+ Learning Agreement template.

Are you coming as part of another program?

Download the UGA learning agreement

Step 2: Keep these guidelines in mind when selecting your courses

1. Select your courses

Number of courses per semester In your host faculty In another faculty
For all faculties (excluding LE and LLASIC) Minimum of 2 courses 1 course maximum
For the LE and LLASIC faculties 51% minimum No restrictions

You may also select:
  • 1 course in French as a Foreign Language (FFL) during one semester only, offered by the CUEF. Your home faculty may also offer courses in French.
  • 2 cross-departmental courses (Enseignements transversaux à choix - ETC): among sports, language courses, and some other classes.

2. Make sure you have the right number of credit.

Your home university determines the number of credits you can take, up to a maximum of 30 credits per semester.

3. Check that the courses selected are actually held during your exchange

You may select courses during the period of your mobility, regardless of the course level, so long as you have the prerequisites.

4. Check that your courses are held at the same location if possible and if not, in the same city.

The UGA  has campuses in various locations around Grenoble as well as in nearby cities like Valence. If possible, try to choose courses on the same campus and, failing that, in the same city.

Step 3: Choose your courses and fill out your learning agreement

Consult the course catalog to find courses which are open to exchange students.

Once you have selected your courses, fill out your learning agreement.

Step 4: Get your learning agreement approved and signed

Make sure that your learning agreement is signed by your home university and by yourself when you submit your application. Your UGA host faculty will sign it if your application is accepted.

Step 5: Finalize your learning agreement

As the courses offered may change and you may find you have scheduling conflicts, you may be able to change your learning agreement when you arrive at the UGA. Upon arrival, contact your host faculty to confirm your final course schedule and to make any necessary changes.
Published on  January 21, 2020
Updated onJune 24, 2020