Agreements entered into between the University of Stavanger and higher educational institutions outside of the Nordplus and Erasmus+ exchange programmes in the Nordic Region and EU respectively are usually referred to as bilateral agreements.
Generally, the bilateral agreements cover all subject areas at the institution in question. The agreements can therefore be used by students on different study programmes, provided that the institution offers relevant courses.
Sometimes, agreements outside Europe will only apply to some student groups or will include other types of restrictions. These are outlined in a separate signature section or placed in italics. Read more about which restrictions apply to the individual educational institution