Erasmus+ Incoming Mobilities
Incoming staff and students should contact the responsible persons from the International Office in advance regarding their options to participate in a mobility abroad. Once the teaching/training/study programs from both institutions match according with ECTS, the participant should send an application form for an official approval.
After the application form is confirmed, the sending institution will prepare Teaching/Training/Learning Agreements and Programs, according with the Erasmus+ regulations, signed by the participant and responsible person.
The receiving institution will provide at the end of the mobility a certificate of participation signed and sealed.
For Visa and immigration details go to http://igi.mai.gov.ro/home/index/en.
The participants are free to book rooms in Constanta (Romania) during their stay in the city. Pending on the date when the application form is received, the host institution can provide support in finding housing (surcharge) near the “Mircea cel Batran” Naval Academy.
Informations about the city on Constanta Travel Guide
Using ERASMUS+, you can take a study period at the Mircea celBatran Naval Academy.
- Erasmus+ offers financial support to study at our university (please check with your university International Office for details on the study grant they can offer you);
- The study period is one or two semesters;
- Courses successfully followed here will be recognized by your university based on the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
Incoming staff can teach a number of classes at Mircea celBatran Naval Academy, in the frame of Erasmus+programme. Please check with the International Office of your university the availability of such an agreement. All academic details (such as: which class to teach, when to come, teaching language, etc.) of your stay should be discussed with the Erasmus+ Coordinator from the faculty you are interested in teaching at.
About ECTS credits
- ECTS is based on the principle that 60 credits measure the workload of a full-time student during one academic year.
- Credits in ECTS can only be obtained after successful completion of the work required and appropriate assessment of the learning outcomes achieved.
- Student workload in ECTS consists of the time required to complete all planned learning activities such as attending lectures, seminars, independent and private study, preparation of projects and examinations.
- Credits are allocated to all educational components of a study programme (such as modules, courses, placements, dissertation work, etc.) and reflect the quantity of work each component requires to achieve its specific.
- The performance of the student is documented by a national grade. It is good practice to add an ECTS grade, in particular in case of credit transfer for mobile students. The ECTS grading scale is:
- A: EXCELLENT - outstanding performance with only minor errors (Romanian grade: 10)
- B: VERY GOOD - above the average standard but with some errors (Romanian grade: 9)
- C: GOOD - generally sound work with a number of notable errors (Romanian grade: 8)
- D: SATISFACTORY - fair but with significant shortcomings (Romanian grade: 6, 7)
- E: SUFFICIENT - performance meets the minimum criteria (Romanian grade: 5)
- FX: FAIL - some more work required before the credit can be awarded (Romanian grade: 4)
- F: FAIL - considerable further work is required (Romanian grade: 1-3)