How to apply?
In order to apply for the Erasmus+ scholarship for traineeship you first need to have your traineeship approved by the course coordinator/tutor/supervisor at your JU school. In order for the online application to be finalized and valid, this person must sign a printed version of the application. The signed application must then be submitted to the International Office via the case management system External link, opens in new window..
Please note that your application will not be processed by the International Office until you have submitted the signed application form in the case management system.
You should submit your application a minimum of 1 month before the start date of the traineeship.
If the application is approved you need to fill in and sign a Grant Agreement and a Learning Agreement, which will be sent to you after the decision.
We currently apply a "first come first served" approach. Scholarships are granted as long as funding is available. Please note that it is not possible to apply for the Erasmus+ scholarship for traineeships in Sweden.
If you need help to find a traineeship opportunity, please see the website below: http://erasmusintern.org/.
National level of grant (€/month)
Group 1 Programme countries with higher living costs: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Norway
Group 2 and 3 Programme countries with medium and lower living costs:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, France, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, North Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey
You can carry out your traineeship in one of the 33 countries in the Erasmus+ Programme.
You need to live in the host country during the traineeship period.
JU students that are abroad for traineeship/internship/industrial placement at a company are covered by a liability insurance.
The liability insurance includes damage or loss caused by the student during the time when the student resides at a work site, as part of ongoing training.
Once a damage has occurred it should be reported as soon as possible to the school. The insurance covers damage or loss to up to 10 million SEK.
For more information on insurances please click here External link, opens in new window..