Planning your studies

Learning Agreement and Module Selection

Exchange students at undergraduate level are free to choose courses from among all Bachelor's programmes offered by the University and exchange students at graduate level can choose modules from all Master's programmes, as long as the prerequisites for a course are met.

At Leuphana University, all programmes of study are module based. A module is a course unit, which will be completed by only one examination. Each module is assigned a number of credits, as a rule, 5 ECTS credits (information on ECTS). A module usually consists of two or more components, e.g. a lecture and a seminar, two seminars, or a lecture and an exercise. A module must be taken as a whole, it is not possible to enrol for single components. The standard semester workload comprises 30 ECTS credits.

Module descriptions and information on the module components (e.g. lectures, seminars, etc.) are available in the online course catalogue (myStudy), which you can access via a guest login. Once you are registered as a student you will get your own account.

A brief manual helps you to become acquainted with the online module catalogue in order to set up your study plan and the preliminary learning agreement or Online Learning Agreement (OLA). Simply follow the instructions of our GUIDELINE FOR MODULE SELECTION (pdf).

Academic advising will be provided by the coordinator appointed for each exchange programme. SEARCH FOR ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

NonEU students: List all modules you wish to enrol in on theLearning Agreement Non EU students (docx) form, sign the document and get it signed by the responsible person at your home institution.

Erasmus students use an Online Learning Agreement (OLA) or receive the Learning Agreement document from their home university.



Stefanie Bahnsen
Student Mobility Officer
International Office / C14.104