Which countries can I go to for an Erasmus+ Internship?
Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Sweeden, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Norway, Germany, Austria, Belgium, France, Republic of Cyprus, The Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Greece, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia.
In which organizations can I do a traineeship?
- National, regional and local public institutions
- Trade Associations, Chambers of Commerce, Associations, Trade Unions …
- Research Centers
- Educational Institutions (university, high school, middle school, primary school) or Education Centers
- Non-profit organizations, unions, associations, non-governmental organizations
The task description should be directly related to the area of the student’s study.
How much Financial Support can I get?
Whether a student receives a grant is determined by the ranking of all the Erasmus+ Placement Grades of all the students who submit the Letter of Acceptance which they received from an institution.
The consortium calculates the grant/financial support payments to the students placed in the institutions over the monthly amounts determined by the Turkish National Agency:
|Country Groups||Host Countries||Monthly Grant Amounts (€)|
|Group 1-2 Countries||Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Cyprus, The Netherlands, Ireland, Spain, Sweeden, Italy, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Malta, Norway, Portugal, Greece||750 €|
|Group 3||Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, North Macedonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Croatia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia||600 €|
The Internship4all Consortium will announce the maximum grant period for students via the application call. Students’ grants are determined by the total grant amount awarded by the Turkish National Agency to the Consortium.
The grant is paid in two instalments to the student;
*The first instalment does not exceed 80% of the total grant. The payment of the first instalment is made before the departure of students.
*The second instalment payment is made at the end of the traineeship period in accordance with reconsideration and recalculation of the total grant with the delivery of a Certificate of Attendance which indicates specific beginning and ending dates of studies at the host institution and the dates of entry and exit on the passport. Students may only receive financial support for the duration they were abroad for the Erasmus+ Traineeship. Students may receive a monthly salary from the placed organization but only at the organization’s discretion.
Who Can Apply?
Undergraduate and graduate full-time students of Consortium Partner Universities (Altınbaş University, Biruni University, Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakıf University, Işık University, Maltepe University) can apply to consortium call. Students’ applications are accepted according to the criteria announced on the consortium website.
How can I apply?
- Applications will be taken Erasmus+ Application Portal system.
- You may submit your application to the Consortium representative of your University. For application procedures and calls for applications, please refer to the latest notices/announcements.
What is the deadline?
The consortium may open multiple applications within the same academic year. For current application deadlines, please follow the Announcements page of the Internship4all Consortium.
What are the Application Documents?
The application documents can be updated during each application period and you can review the current application documents listed on the Announcements page of the Internship4all Consortium.
How is my Application Evaluated?
Students’ applications are evaluated according to the scoring system in the Erasmus+ Program Guide published by the Turkish National Agency for the respective contract period.
Applications will be assessed according to the Erasmus+ Placement Grade of the applicants.
The Erasmus Grade is based on 50% of the student’s Cumulative GPA and 50% of the Language Proficiency Exam. The Erasmus Grade influences the institution for internship and the allocation of grants for students.
Students will be sorted by their Erasmus Grade based on their Faculty/ Institute/ High School. The following is taken into account when determining the Erasmus+ Grade;
|Children of martyrs and veterans||+15|
|Students with disabilities||+10|
|Students receiving protection under the 2828 Social Services Law||+10|
|Submit the acceptance letter at the first application||+10|
|Multiple participations (per each previous participation to the Erasmus+ program||-10|
|Participation in Erasmus+ Student Mobility in the citizenship country||-10|
|Withdrawing from the program after the given deadline for withdrawal.||-10|
|Non-participation despite applying for the English Proficiency Exam||-5|
|For selected students: Non-participation in orientations or meetings organized by the HEI without any excuse (effective on the applicant’s next application)||-5|
Each partner university carries out its internal evaluation process for the English Proficiency exam. Please contact the Internship4all Consortium representative of your home University.
How do I Find an Institution to do the Erasmus+ Traineeship?
Searching for the host institution is the responsibility of the selected participants. Additionally, the Internship4all Consortium can help students during their traineeship search process.
The consortium can support selected students by providing workshops and handbooks, as well as communicating directly with the companies.
Since the selection of the students will be carried out by the traineeship institutions, there is no guarantee for the students on placement.
Please click here to check our partner institutions in the scope of Internship4all Consortium. Also, students can begin their traineeship research primarily through the databases listed below;
How long can my Erasmus+ period for Erasmus+ Traineeships abroad be?
The duration of an Erasmus+ Traineeship period is from 2 (minimum) to 12 (maximum) months. The duration of the traineeship you can do with the consortium grant is announced in the application call.
Can I change the Erasmus+ Traineeship organization after I start my traineeship?
It is not possible to change the traineeship organization once the traineeship has started.
Can I change the Erasmus+ Traineeship period?
As long as the minimum period is complete, it is possible to extend the 2-month traineeship period, but there is no guarantee that an extra grant would be available for the extra duration. In addition, in case your traineeship period lasts less than 2 months, your Erasmus+ Office may ask you to refund the grant after mobility.
Where can I get information for a visa application?
You must contact the relevant country’s representative office in Türkiye for information on the visa requirements.
Diplomatic Missions in Turkey: http://www.mfa.gov.tr/turkiye_deki-yabanci-temsilcilikler.tr.mfa
General visa requirement information for Turkish citizens: http://www.mfa.gov.tr/turk-vatandaslarinin-tabi-oldugu-vize-uygulamalari.tr.mfa
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