Internships in the EU - ERASMUS+ grants
All documents necessary for the grant application may be requested using this online form .
Why should I go abroad for an internship?
As an intern abroad, students
- gain experiences in an international enterprise
- increase their knowledge in their field of study
- get insight in certain areas of their future job
- improve language as well as intercultural skills
- enhance key competences for their future career
- get ready for a global market
Which kind of internships are eligible?
Both compulsory AND voluntary internships may be eligible for funding support via the ERASMUS+ scheme, as long as they last at least 60 days and 6 months at longest (and take place in another European country).
Internships in the following organisations are excluded from the ERASMUS+ scheme:
- European institutions and organisations (see complete list )
- Institutions administering collaborative EU programmes (EU programmes)
Who is eligible for this grant?
Applicants must be enrolled as a degree-seeking student at one of the following universities:
- Technische Universität Berlin
- Universität der Künste Berlin
- kunsthochschule weißensee
- SRH Hochschule Berlin
Which countries take part in the ERASMUS+ scheme?
Internships are eligible for funding in the following countries:
- All member states of the European Union  (including their overseas territories )
- EFTA states (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway)
- Turkey (as a candidate for EU membership)
- FYR Macedonia (as a candidate for EU membership)
NB: Your internship in Germany is not
eligible for funding via the ERASMUS+ scheme, since there is no
cross-border mobility involved!
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