If you are applying for short-term study abroad/exchange programme, a provisional learning agreement might be requested in the application form.
What it is: A Learning Agreement contains the list of course units or modules or other educational components the student is planning to take at the host institution, together with the code numbers of courses and the ECTS credits allocated to the components. It must be signed by the home institution, the host institution and the student. For your application, visit the websites of the host institutions to which you are planning to apply and check their available academic offer. Detail the courses you would like to take (including their code and full name) in the application form. Check on the website of the programme you wish to apply to if a specific learning agreement template is available there.
What it is for: The Learning Agreement, together with the Transcript of Records, is designed to guarantee full recognition of the programme of EM-ACE Guidelines for successful Erasmus Mundus applications study undertaken at the host university. A student should not be asked to negotiate academic recognition with individual academic staff members.
Change to the Learning Agreement. The Learning Agreement may need to be modified after your arrival. In such cases, the Learning Agreement should be amended as soon as possible and endorsed by the three parties: the home institution, the host institution and the student. Only in this way can the recognition of the period of study continue to be fully guaranteed.
source: EM-ACE Guidelines for successful Erasmus Mundus applications