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Welcome Information meeting CEMS- and student exchange at master level 2009/2010.

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1 Welcome Information meeting CEMS- and student exchange at master level 2009/2010

2 International Relations Office – Responsible for the student exchange program at bachelor and master level – Responsible for the CEMS programme  Astrid Foldal  Norunn Økland  Nina Hagen  Nina Gry Stein  Student assistants: Jeanette Vik and Svein Olav Svoldal

3 Topics – The selection process – The role as exchange student – Contact with NHH – Practical issues – Pre-approval of courses – Scholarship and Loan – Student report – Further procedures

4 The Selection Process 268 applications 227 students nominated Conditional offers

5 The role as exchange student A new cultural and social experience Adapt to a new institution The role as Ambassador

6 Contact with the International Office at NHH – Please return the contract before 20 March (tomorrow!) – Student web: Address abroad, phone number, address – The semester fee must be paid to NHH even if you go on exchange – Keep yourself updated on relevant information from NHH, check the student web

7 Practical issues before leaving – Follow instructions from receiving university – Fill in application form and provide supporting documentation (academic reference letters, transcripts, statement of purpose, CV etc) – Apply for courses – Accommodation – Language course etc – Insurance (www.ansa.no, – Visa, residence permit – Safety Issues – Medical coverage for Norwegian students abroad (www.nav.no) – Vaccinations (www.reisemedisin.no)

8 Practical Issues at NHH – Studentregistrering  Semester fee  Register at student web; UTV401, UTV402, UTV403, UTV404 (both CEMS and exchange students)  Advicer for your thesis

9 Pre-approval of courses – Learning agreement Application form for pre-approval of courses (the learning agreement): – Course approvals  (Asia, Eastern Europe, German speaking- and French speaking Europe)  (Oceania, Africa, America, Spain, Portugal, Italy, The Netherlands, UK)  (The Nordic countries + CEMS students)  Or use

10 Pre-approval of courses – Courses at Master level – Minor – equal to 30 ECTS credits (30 studiepoeng at NHH) – Courses within NHHs subject area. Language courses will not be approved as part of the minor – Application with necessary documentation to the international office – Pre-approval of courses before you start your studies abroad - CEMS students

11 Final course approval – Pre-approval of courses – Transcript confirming that the exams are passed – Registered by the International Relations Office as soon as we have received the student report! We inform the Office for Student and Academic Affairs. – The transcript is sent to you together with a Course Exemptions letter

12 Scholarship and Loan – Scholarship  Erasmus/Sokrates/Nordplus  Ruhrgas Scholarship (can not be combined with Erasmus Scholarship) – Lånekassen (State Education Loan Fund)  Relevant for Norwegian students and Quota students  Full courseload (30 ECTS credits or equivalent)  Statement in your envelope to be enclosed with your loan application  Documentation of exact academic calendar

13 Scholarship and Loan  Language Scholarship from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund Requirement: must take courses equal to 30 ECTS credits The language course has to be completed before the regular semester starts Min 4 weeks, min 15 hours pr week – Tuition fee – May be covered partly as loan and partly as scholarship if you are entitled to support form the State Education Loan Fund

14 Student report – The report should be sent to within 3 weeks after you have completed the exchange – Reports will be published on NHH´s web-pages. – You are welcome to write the report together with other students

15 More information – International Relations Office – Exchange students at NHH – The university you are going to

16 Questions?

17 GOOD LUCK!

18 Stipend og Lån (Lånekassen) Lånekassen  Gir støtte til utenlandsopphold, men andre regler enn for studier hjemme – Forutsatt at du tar full belastning ute får du støtte fra Lånekassen som andre utenlandsstudenter – Noen læresteder tar skolepenger. Dette kan du delvis få dekket av Lånekassen – Språkstipend  Krav om full semesterbelastning (30 studiepoeng)  Krav om å dokumentere eksakt tid (fra – til) man er ute – får støtte for de månedene man er ute etter utenlandssatser  Bekreftelse legges ved den vanlige søknaden til Lånekassen (viktig!)

19 Stipend og Lån (Lånekassen) basisstøtte (8 500 NOK i stipend og lån per måned) reisetillegg til en reise tur-retur fra Norge til studiestedet ved opphold på under seks måneder. Reisetillegget blir gitt som 70 prosent stipend og 30 prosent lån skolepengestøtte (opptil NOK per semester til utdanning utenfor Norden). Skolepengestøtten er stipend og lån til hel eller delvis dekning av skolepenger/kursavgift. De første kronene gis med 70 prosent som stipend og 30 prosent som lån. Støtte utover dette gis som lån, opptil en grense på maksimalt NOK per semester språkstipend ( NOK). Kurs tatt i utlandet, må vare minimum 4 uker, minimum 15 timer per uke, avsluttet før offisiell sem.start ved vertsuniversitet, krav om fulltidsstudium på utveksling, ikke undervisning på engelsk (i sin helhet) – NB: Støtten frå Lånekassen blir ikke valutajustert!


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