To prepare your Learning Agreement / Study Plan, please follow the instructions we prepared for incoming exchange students at Architecture on how to use the Module Catalogue. Please always indicate the module ID together with the title of the module in your study program or learning agreement respectively.
For a general idea of the modules offered when you are coming on exchange, you should refer to the previous year. As there are usually only minor changes between corresponding semesters, this is a good starting point for you. Please be aware though that modules are always subject to change and are not confirmed until the start of each semester. If necessary, you will be able to change your Study Plan/Learning Agreement after the semester has started, in agreement with your Home University.
BA Basic students will be allocated a Project by us, while BA Advanced and MA level students are required to take part in the Project market. Since projects are going to be allocated to you once shortly before lectures start, please just write in your learning Agreement "Project BA" or "Project MA" without indicating a specific Chair. Projects give:
- for BA Basic: 13 CPs (ECTS)
- for BA Advanced: 9 CPs (ECTS) in 2023/24 or 12 CPs (ECTS) from the academic year 2024/25
- for MA: 15 CPs (ECTS)
For more information about the project allocation, please see the section Projects and Project Market (the section can be found below "During your stay abroad").
As contact person on your Learning Agreement, please write Giovanna Bianchi, Incoming Mobility (email@example.com).
Please note: Courses are the parts of a module. Sometimes the lecture is the only part of the module and both have the same title. But a module can also consist of more than one course and the titles of a module and of its corresponding courses may be different.
You are (usually) expected to take all courses of a module because you will do the module exam and not the course exam at the end of your studies. You can see which course(s) belong to the module in the module description and in your study tree.