Erasmus+ program is accessible to all students of Alma Mater. We are announcing two additional Erasmus+ scholarships for traineeship/ practice abroad for students and young graduates from marginalized and vulnerable groups.
Students with fewer opportunities are defined as students who are at a disadvantage compared to peers as they face one or more following exclusion factors: disability, health problems, educational difficulties, cultural differences, economic, social, or geographic obstacles. Please see if you meet one or more of seven factors, described here (page 10).
Students with special needs include those who meet the criteria defined in the Article 69a of the Higher Education Act.
In addition to the monthly grant, students who meet the conditions also receive a top-up for traineeship and an additional support for students with fewer opportunities or special needs. Scholarship structure is specified here.
The traineeship must be carried out by the end of September 2023/ by the end of the academic year and last a minimum of 2 months in total. You can choose between the countries of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Macedonia, and Serbia.
Eligible students apply for an Erasmus+ placement via this LINK (in English or German).