Credit Transfer (Courses Completed While Abroad)
Courses completed at a foreign university can be recognized by LMU, assuming that they don't differ significantly from a comparable course offered by the economics department at the LMU. In general it's easier to get courses taken abroad counted as elective courses, instead of as core courses.
A prior agreement from the examination office can ensure that your courses taken abroad will be transferred to LMU. With the Erasmus-Program, the transfer of courses agreed upon in the Learning Agrement is guaranteed.
Please find further information regarding the learning agreement and the transfer of those credits that have been earned abroad on the homepage of the Examination Office (ISC). For this process to go as smoothly as possible, it's suggested that you approach the ISC (firstname.lastname@example.org) before travelling abroad with an overview of the courses you wish to take at the host university.