Erasmus + Scholarship

How to get the Erasmus+ Scholarship?

The majority of our Erasmus traineeship 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 the Erasmus Scholarship?

Yes, if you are a student enrolled at one of the universities in the EU Member States, or Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, as well as some of the Partner 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, whether 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, which:

  1. Corresponds to your field of study or to your 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.