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. Within the Erasmus+ programme, graduates are also eligible for such an internship.
PhD students can also use a short-term internship between 5-30 days. There is no possibility to use the internship between 1-2 months in the framework of Erasmus program.
University of South Bohemia provides students on internships with a grant of 630 to 750 euros per month depending on which country the internship is to be spent in. For a short-term internship between 5 - 30 days the grant is approx. 60 Euros per day.
An Erasmus work placement may take place only in the countries involved in the Erasmus+ programme:
It is not possible to undertake an internship in Switzerland.
The ERASMUS ID code of University of South Bohemia is CZ CESKE01.
Students receiving 75 points or over are considered to have passed the selection process. The quality of the application and financial resources may, however, also influence the mobility.
The results of the selection process will be announced to applicants by email within one week of submission.
1. A document detailing the Learning Agreement for Traineeship is to be jointly submitted by all three parties – the student, Erasmus coordinator (Barbora Okosy), and host institution (the student’s supervisor at the host institution).The student is to contact their supervisor at their chosen university/institution/company and fill in the Learning Agreement for Traineeship in consultation with them. This document may, preferably, be submitted to the Erasmus coordinator along with the application documents or separately at a later date, but no later than three weeks before the commencement of the mobility.Online Language Support (OLS)
2. Online TEST of your mobility language (students will receive a language test request via email, and should also check spam)
3. Grant agreement signature
The following documents are to be attached to the e-mail in the following formats:
First, however, the student is to contact the Erasmus faculty coordinator (Barbora Okosy) who is to help them complete their Learning Agreement and check the other documents.
Any student who feel the need for further explanation may also arrange an appointment at the International Office Contact Centre where you will be informed about all matters related to their Erasmus mobility.