For your application you will have to hand in the following documents, depending on whether you're coming for a study or internship/traineeship exchange.
This form should include the ECs per course you have taken, and be signed and stamped by your home university. Should your university be unable to provide you with a standard Transcript of Grades, you can use this form.
In case you wish to follow Master's courses at Radboud University, the faculty coordinators may require you to attach proof that you have earned at least 150 ECTS credits in your home university (equivalent to 2.5 years in the Bachelor's phase).
The Transcript of Grades should be provided in Dutch, English or German. If the Transcript is in another language, a sworn translation in one of these three languages must be provided in addition to the Transcript in the original language.
The obligatory Learning Agreement is meant to enable you to register for the courses you wish to follow at Radboud University. For universities participating in Erasmus Without Papers, Learning Agreements can be exchanged digitally. Please check with your home university if this is already possible for your university.
If not, you can download the Learning Agreement for Erasmus students or non-Erasmus students. When you have chosen your courses, write them down on the Learning Agreement, have the form signed by your home university and upload it in OSIRIS Application. For non-Erasmus students: if your home university does not want to sign the Learning Agreement, you can upload it with only your own signature. Erasmus students need to have their Learning Agreement signed by their home university.
We ask you to guarantee that the standard of your spoken and written English is sufficient, by including a diploma or language test certificate that meets our English language requirements for exchange students.
- Learning Agreement for Traineeships
Download the Learning Agreement for Traineeships for Erasmus students or non-Erasmus students. The Learning Agreement for Traineeships has to be signed by you and your home university.