In order to be eligible for the Erasmus scholarship, a student is currently required to study for a minimum of three months. For the academic year of 2012-2013, Örebro School of Theology offers two English speaking courses (7,5 ECTS each), and the opportunity to write a thesis in English (7,5 ECTS) with supervision in English:AA231 Thesis (7,5 ECTS)
Erasmus students should contact the Erasmus co-ordinator Tommy Wasserman before sending in their application.
The Erasmus scholarship is meant to cover the student's cost of living abroad. Örebro School of Theology agrees to do our best to help the incoming student to arrange lodging in Örebro during the three-month visit. However, the prior contact between the student and Örebro School of Theology should primarily take place via the Erasmus co-ordinators at respective institutions.
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The Erasmus co-ordinator makes sure that each incoming student is welcomed and provided with necessary information about practical and administrative arrangements, especially during the first welcome week. The school cooperates with the students' union that provides volunteer local students to assist incoming students and make them feel welcome. In addition we provide each incoming student with an academic mentor who is responsible for dealing with potential problems related to academic issues.
The Erasmus co-ordinator has continous contact with outgoing students and staff, as well as the co-ordinator of the host insitution, to make sure participants are well taken care of.
At this point we only welcome students from institutions with which we have an established co-operation. These students may take any of our English speaking courses and we will do our best to solve all practical matters. The contact between the student and Örebro School of Theology should take place via the staff of the home institution.
Non-Erasmus students must contact the Academic Dean Tommy Wasserman, before sending in their application.