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Learning Agreement Jgu

· This means that we cannot guarantee existing apprenticeship agreements. We encourage you to understand and manage problems that may be caused by courses that are not offered or are not offered as intended. For our part, other changes to apprenticeship agreements are not a problem. Colleagues and partners, we hope that this message will also be good for you in light of the current situation in Covid 19. On Friday, March 13, the Ministry of Culture of Rhineland-Palatinate decided to postpone the start of the summer semester to April 20 and cancel all university events by then. Since yesterday, public life has been significantly reduced. All of these decisions have a heavy impact on student life on campus and in the city. At this point, 1. we cannot promise that we will be able to comply with the apprenticeship agreements, as we are not sure that the start of classes will be postponed again on April 20. JGU will try to move to online classes, but we recognize that online teaching will not meet the expectations of our exchange students because it does not represent a true “immersion experience,” 2. We cannot guarantee that because of the coronavirus, there should be no other restrictions on public life that would also affect dormitories, 3. We cannot predict to what extent and to what extent travel restrictions in Germany or return difficulties will continue to be in effect.

In view of all this, we must unfortunately advise ability to come to the JGU exchange students during the summer semester 2020. We regret having to say this, but we want our exchange students to have positive experiences in Germany, and we cannot guarantee that now. For practical reasons, exchange students should contact international@studierendenwerk-mainz.de as soon as possible if they have sleep contracts that they wish to terminate (explicitly stating the coronary situation as a reason for termination). Students who wish to postpone their studies at the JGU for the winter semester can reapply from mid-May, when the application platform is reopened (see www.studium.uni-mainz.de/bewerbung-und-zulassung/). We hope that the situation has improved in the fall, so we look forward to welcoming your exchange students during the 2020/21 winter semester and continuing our valuable collaboration! If you are already a master`s degree, please provide us with a copy of your bachelor`s degree. As you already know, the JGU has decided to suspend all exchanges of studies due to the evolution of the crisis of La Corone. Since this decision and communication, all JGU bodies have been working on solutions for the benefit of the students affected by this suspension. In addition, it must make a statement indicating that there is sufficient health insurance, accident and liability coverage for the planned period of internship abroad or that it will purchase this insurance coverage, see Before departure. I am afraid that this information has been compromised by a small network of budding students from several Spanish universities who, as a group of about twenty years, have told us that they wish to continue their exchange studies with us. 2. They do not have appropriate solutions in their home universities. Please make sure we are happy to be in touch and answer any questions you may have.

In order to be optimal for an internship abroad, you should have at least one intercultural seminar and be able to prove it. Please complete page 1 of the Learning Agreement for Traineeships [A2] on a computer and email it to the company abroad.

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