Erasmus + Scholarship

How to get the Erasmus+ Scholarship?

The majority of our erasmus internship offers are unpaid, with only a few positions that offer a form of remuneration. Therefore, the interns are expected to have a scholarship, e.g. the Erasmus+ scholarship for internships, or another external source of funding.

Below, you can find the list of the scholarship schemes our former interns have used:

Can I apply for Erasmus Scholarship?

Yes, if your are a student enrolled at one of the EU universities (including Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Turkey and former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia as well as Partnered countries).

Can I apply if I have already benefit from Erasmus Scholarship?

Yes, if you have the right to benefit up to 12 months of Erasmus + per each study cycle (BA, MA or Phd), wether you choose to purse your studies in another country or an internship.

For how long can I go?

  • For placements: minimum 2 months, maximum 12 months;
  • For studies: minimum 3 months, maximum 12 months.

What kind of placements can I apply for?

You can apply for any Erasmus work placement, wich:

  1. Corresponds to your field study working experience;
  2. Is full time (minimum 30 hours per week, maximum 40 hours per week);
  3. Is in a different country that the one you are studying in.

What kind of placements I cannot apply for?

  • EU institutions, bodies or agencies;
  • Organisations managing EU programs.