The European Union’s Erasmus+ programme enables university students to undertake an internship in their field in a European country of a duration between 2 and 12 months. In the Erasmus+ programme graduates can also go on an internship.

Duration of internship is 2–12 months. Each student may, at any level of study, go on work placements for up to 12 months.
The amount of scholarships is divided into two groups according to the cost of living:

Countries with a high cost of living


Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Lichtenstein, Luxemburg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden

Countries with a low cost of living


Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey


- Within the academic year, a student can implement a maximum of one mobility with financial support. In case of further stays, the student will have the status of a zero grant student, i.e. without the right to the allocation of financial support.

- The maximum duration for which a student can receive financial support is 4 months. During the stay, the student can request an extension of the length of the stay, and according to the current financial status of the Erasmus+ program, a decision will be made on further financial support for the internship.

- If financial support from a foreign institution is approved in the student's Learning Agreement, the student loses the right to financial support from Erasmus+ program resources.

- Payment of financial support for graduate internships will be divided into at least two installments: the first in the amount of 70 percent will be received after signing the participation contract, the second in the amount of 30 percent will be received after uploading the Traineeship Certificate document to the application in ISOIS.


In the 2023 year, there will be 4 standard deadlines for submitting an application :


The application is submitted online in English language and it has 2 compulsory parts:


The application is assessed by a three-member committee consisting of international programme coordinators from CIC. During the selection process the year of study, study results of the applicant, and number of previous study or work placements at MU is taken into consideration.

The final results of the selection process will be announced to applicants by email within four weeks.

Attention - submitting your application does not mean that it will automatically be approved and granted financial support - a proper selection process must take place. The quality of the application and financial resources may influence the length of the mobility.

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