Your internship should be relevant to your learning and personal development needs related to studies and, where possible, integrated into your studies. If you alternate between the program and the partner countries, the institution of the country of the program will sign the grant agreement. Your sending and receiving systems decide what your payments are. If your internship is located in another country in the program, your sending institution will sign your grant contract and be responsible for all payments. Erasmus supports internships (internships, internships, etc.) abroad for students currently enrolled in higher education institutions in the countries of study at the bachelor and master`s level, as well as for PhD students. These opportunities are also open to higher education graduates. The apprenticeship agreement should include all the learning gains that the student must obtain during the exchange. Whether you are receiving an Erasmus scholarship or are an Erasmus fellow, you sign a scholarship agreement indicating the duration of your mobility, the amount of the scholarship and other rights and obligations. With regard to student mobility for internships, the apprenticeship agreement should define how the internship is recognised, depending on whether it is counted in the student`s diploma, on a voluntary basis (not compulsory for the diploma) or by a recent graduate. See the guidelines below. You can benefit from an Erasmus grant as a contribution to your travel and living expenses, and additional funds are available for internships. It may vary depending on the differences in the cost of living between your country and the country of destination, the number of students applying for a scholarship, the distance between countries and the availability of other scholarships. You may be eligible for additional grants from your institution, government or other sources.
Read the European Funding Guide. Scholarship levels and fixed rates for exchanges between partner and partner countries are published in the Erasmus programme guide. Your internship abroad can last at least 2 months to a maximum of 12 months. The learning agreement aims to ensure transparent and effective preparation of exchanges to ensure that the student is recognized for successful activities abroad. Students who have other questions about participating in Erasmus should consider the frequently asked questions before going to their institution or national agencies for Erasmus programmes. This possibility is open to students enrolled in a higher education institution with an Erasmus charter. An internship abroad on Erasmus will not only improve your communication, language and intercultural skills, but also become gentle skills, much appreciated by future employers, and more entrepreneurial. Learn more about the benefits of an overseas exchange. You can do an internship with any organisation in an Erasmus country (with the exception of EU institutions, bodies and agencies). The “cycle” refers to the level of education defined in the European Certification Framework (ECC): for student mobility for studies, the apprenticeship agreement should define the group of education components that will be replaced abroad. See the guidelines below.
You can benefit from several exchanges abroad with Erasmus, either as a student or as an intern, but your total time abroad (including stays abroad) must not exceed 12 months during a cycle of study. The apprenticeship agreement defines the program of study or internships to be carried out abroad and must be approved by the student, the sending body, the organization or the company before the start of the exchange.