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Traineeships 

  • What is Erasmus+?
    1. All UvA degree programmes participate in the European Erasmus+ Programme.
    2. This means that the individual degree programmes have concluded student exchange agreements with partner universities in the European member states, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey and North Macedonia.
    3. Check your faculty’s website for an overview of the partner universities and for more information about the registration procedures. You can also take a look at the digital World Map.
    4. These exchanges are funded by the European Commission. The Erasmus programme, which was set up 25 years ago, aims to stimulate cooperation in higher education.
    5. Students can use the Erasmus+ programme to spend some time abroad at a foreign (partner) university.
    6. More general information about Erasmus+ can be found on www.wilweg.nl (in Dutch).
    7. Are you already nominated to go on exchange? Then you can find all the necessary information on Canvas.
  • What is an Erasmus+ grant?

    Erasmus+ Grant for Traineeships

    1. As an Erasmus student, you can apply for an Erasmus+ grant which you can use to help cover additional living and travel costs during your stay abroad. The grant amount is determined annually by Nuffic, the Dutch organisation for internationalisation in education, and is linked to the destination country. 
    2. The grant is awarded based on the actual duration of the stay abroad. The maximum mobility period is 12 months.

     

    Maximum available amount

    Destination

    • €480 per month
    • €16 per day

    Group 1:

    Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Norway

    • €420 per month
    • €14 per day

    €14 per dayGroup 2:

    Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, the Netherlands, Malta, Portugal

    • €360 per month
    • €12 per day

    Group 3:

    Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey

     

  • Am I eligible for an Erasmus+ grant?

    The rules covering eligibility for an Erasmus+ grant are available on www.wilweg.nl (in Dutch). We have provided a quick overview for you here:

    1. You remain enrolled at the UvA.
    2. Your activities abroad must be part of your studies and you must receive credits.
    3. You must spend at least two months abroad for your work placement/research.
    4. It is a full-time work placement/research project (36-40 hours per week).
    5. The institute at which you are going to do your research is willing to sign and complete an Erasmus Learning Agreement for Traineeships.

    You must also take the following into account:

    1. You are entitled to receive an Erasmus grant for a maximum of 12 months to study/do a (research) work placement during your Bachelor’s degree, and 12 months to study/do a (research) work placement during your Master’s degree.
    2. If the period of your stay abroad is longer than one academic year, please contact the email address at the bottom of this page.
    3. Degree programmes may also stipulate their own requirements and conditions. To be eligible for an Erasmus+ grant, you must be nominated by your faculty. Ask your faculty's international office which registration procedures you need to follow for this. 

    Erasmus Programmes

  • Erasmus+, extensive opportunities for students to spend time abroad
    1. You can spend up to one year abroad in each phase of study as part of the Erasmus+ Programme. This means that you can spend up to 12 months abroad during both your Bachelor's degree and your Master's degree for a research project/work placement (or exchange). A work placement must last between two and 12 months.
    2. You may also go abroad to study or complete a work placement multiple times consecutively, provided that you do not exceed the 12-month limit for each phase of study.
    3. The same applies to PhD students: you may also spend up to 12 months abroad to study at another university and/or do a work placement.
    4. However, keep in mind that you will probably only receive an Erasmus grant once. 
  • An internship grant after you graduate
    1. The new Erasmus+ programme also gives you the opportunity to do a study or work-related internship abroad with an Erasmus+ grant that ends up to 1 year after you graduate.
    2. This can be a fantastic springboard for an international job, because this will enable you to gain foreign work experience.
    3. You can also use this to expand your CV.
    4. Apply for this grant through the International Office of your faculty. It is important that you apply before graduating, while still being in your final academic year.