- The stay may not prolong your studies, and should give you academic credits. Therefore, you should always plan your stay with your international coordinator.
- For longer stays (over two months) you must have completed at least one year of your studies.
- For stays, where the working language is English, it is a requirement, that you have a certain level of English. We recommend EuroPass, but you are 100% responsible for this yourself.
- Your international coordinator and your study advisor may decide you are not eligible to do an exchange.
- Academic credits are given when all final reports and evaluations have been completed.
- If you do not hold a Danish citizenship, and you want to do an exchange in your home country, your application for an Erasmus grant will be considered last.