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Funding opportunities within Europe

In the EU, a self-organised internship in a company or other institution can be funded through the ERASMUS Mobility Placement Programme (SMP).

Under these links you will find Erasmus+ explanatory videos on the topic of internships abroad in Europe:

PrerequisitesHide
  • Only full-time internships (40 hours/week) are funded.
  • Duration of the internship is a minimum of two months (60 days) and a maximum of 12 months
  • Proof of sufficient language skills
  • Traineeships in the country of origin cannot be supported by the Erasmus+ grant
  • Funding should be applied for about two months before the start of the internship.

Important: EU institutions, EU programmes, international and European organisations are not eligible for funding. For further exceptions, please see our information sheet.

ApplicationHide
The documents required for the application:Hide
  • CV in German
  • Letter of motivation in German (max. 1 page)
  • Language certificate (school certificate also accepted)
  • Transcript of Records (cmlife)
  • For master‘s students: your bachelor's certificate
  • Internship commitment or internship contract
Important documents for your Erasmus+ grant:Hide

Information materials:

Erasmus+ documents for the 1st instalment:

  • Certificate of Arrival template
  • Learning Agreement (/Training Agreement) before the mobility period
  • Confirmation of passing the OLS language test
  • Declaration of insurance coverage. Important: The insurance coverage must include at least health insurance, liability insurance and accident insurance. It should be noted that you are not insured through the University of Bayreuth.

Supporting information materials for the first instalment of documents:

Erasmus+ documents for the secibd instalment:

Supplementary forms to the Erasmus+ grant agreement:

If you have any questions about the programme, please contact Mariia Streltsova.


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