What happens after your admission

 

The following time table will give you a rough overview over the application process after the submission of your application. Note, however, that changes may occur.

December

January/February The Scottish councils indicate their interest a GET. At this point in the

April  The Councils announce the number of available internship placements. T

If an application is accepted, the student will conclude a contract ("Learning Agreement") with a Scottish

The detailed application procedure will be announced after final

May Allocation of the participants to specific councils by PD Dr. habil. Sigrid Rieuwerts, the German Consulate General in Edinburgh

June Obligatory intercultural training for all future GETS at the

July/August Obligatory intercultural training for all future GETS

September

October

December

March

April

Deadline for application

The Scottish councils indicate their interest in accommodating a GET. At this point in the application process, applicants receive a first indication of the likelihood of their being placed in a Scottish school.

The Councils announce the number of available internship placements. This is when all applicants receive the decision as to whether they have been accepted onto the programme.

If an application is accepted, the student will conclude a contract (“Learning Agreement”) with a Scottish Council, which will enable him/her to apply for support from the ERASMUS+ programme via the EU Service Point.

The detailed application procedure will be announced after final confirmation by “GET across borders”.

Allocation of the participants to specific councils by PD Dr. habil. Sigrid Rieuwerts and SCILT. Additionally, the future GETs will be asked to make a binding commitment to participate in the programme.

 

Obligatory intercultural training for all future GETS at the University of Mainz

Request for an advanced clearance certificate as well as a medical report by the family doctor

 

Start of school in Scotland and beginning of the internship

Interim report for the ERASMUS+ programme

Interim feedback for “GET across borders”

Final report for ERASMUS +

Return from Scotland. You will be requested to have your internship accredited as an obligatory stay abroad as prescribed by the examination regulations (Prüfungsordnung) of the University of Mainz. In addition, you may request the registration of the internship in a Diploma Supplement.

Final feedback for “GET across borders”.