Erasmus+ internship mobility grant application deadline
You can apply for a mobility grant for your internship in Europe up to one month before it begins!
Since 2022 it is possible to apply for Erasmus+ funding for internships worldwide.
Erasmus+ provides grants for internships that you find by yourself at businesses, organisations, schools, universities in other EU countries.
(exceptions: EU institutions/EU projects. See our list of all exceptions).
NEW: Erasmus+ internship funding worldwide.
Who?: students enrolled at the University of Konstanz
Where?: all EU countries, Liechtenstein, Iceland, Norway, Turkey and Macedonia (some internships in Switzerland can be funded by the Swiss government).
Erasmus+ funding for internships worldwide: List of partner countries.
Maximum funding duration for Erasmus internships is 4.5 months.
An internship should last 2-12 months. Please note that you have a total of 12 months for your Erasmus+ mobility, during which you can combine study and internship periods as desired, as long as you fulfil the minimum time periods for each.
Graduates can also receive Erasmus+ funding for an internship. The internship must be completed within a year of having finished your degree. Important: You will need to be enrolled when you apply for the internship, but must be exmatriculated before it starts as well as during the entire internship.
New since 2023: Doctoral students and students with valid reason can apply for Erasmus+ funding for short-term stays abroad within Europe. Length of stay: min. 5, max. 30 days of being in the destination country physically. A short-term stay has to be combined with a virtual component (=Blended Mobility) of one day minimum. This regulation does not apply for doctoral students.
In Baden-Württemberg, all Erasmus+ internships are processed centrally by the Liaison Office for Integrated Traineeships (KOOR Erasmus Services BW) at the Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences. After registration via the KOOR application portal, you can log-in to access your documents and additional information:
Application deadline: One month before your internship starts (Your complete application documents must be uploaded to the KOOR portal).
Please fill in the "Learning Agreement for Traineeship" together with your internship supervisor and have the document signed (by you as the intern, your Konstanz department and the place you will be completing your internship). Your Erasmus+ internship coordinator, Verena Ladegast, will sign the application form after you have submitted all the required documents (Learning Agreement for Traineeship, declaration of insurance and the declaration on the instruction received due to Covid 19) and have provided proof of being enrolled (certificate of enrolment).
Erasmus+ mobility grant for internships in Europe
The grant amount depends on the country you will be staying in and the total annual funding budget. There are top up grants for sustainable travel, special needs grants for students with children and special funding for students with disabilities.
Country group 1: DK, FI, IE, IS, LI, LU, NO, SE, UK, CH
Country group 2: AT, BE, CY, ES, FR, GR, IT, MT, NL, PT
Country group 3: BG, CZ, EE, FYROM, HR, HU, LT, LV, PL, RO, RS, SI, SK, TR
|Students / graduates (2023)|
|Country group 1:||€ 750.00|
|Country group 2:||€ 690.00|
|Country group 3:||€ 640.00|