Traineeships in the fall semester of 2022: Application deadline is 15 June 2022.
If you wish to apply for an Erasmus+ grant for a traineeship with a start date in the period 1 July to 31 December 2022, your must submit your application for the Erasmus+ grant no later than 15 June 2022.
You must enclose documentation that you have obtained a traineeship position e.g. an email correspondence with your traineeship host or a contract. The start and end dates of your traineeship must appear from the correspondence / the contract.
You can apply for a Traineeship grant from 2 May 2022.
Today, your experience on your CV counts more than ever in the competition for the good jobs after graduation. An international traineeship is a unique opportunity to work in an exciting workplace and gain valuable experience as well as an international network. In addition to looking good on your CV, a traineeship is a way of putting your career plans to the test, and establishing whether your qualifications match requirements.
You can apply for an Erasmus+ grant if you are doing a traineeship in one of the Erasmus countries.
You cannot apply for an Erasmus+ grant if your traineeship takes place in Denmark, Greenland or the Faroe Islands. See the list of Erasmus+ countries to the right.
A traineeship can take place in:
Please note that you cannot receive an Erasmus+ grant for traineeships with EU institutions or organizations that administrer EU-programmes.
If the amount of applications exceeds available funds, applicants whose traineeship is located in the country of their nationality will have lower priority.
Applicants who receive support for monthly expenses from their traineeship will likewise have lower priority if the amount of applications exceeds available funds.
If your working language is not your native language, you will be asked to undertake two online language assessment tests, one at the start and one at the end of the traineeship. The tests are compulsory, but not particularly comprehensive, and the test results have no impact on your eligibility for the Erasmus+ grant. The tests will be in your primary working language during the traineeship.
The purpose is to measure the effect of a period of working abroad on language proficiency.
It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the required insurance coverage during your Erasmus+ traineeship.
Make sure to bring the European Health Insurance Card. EU-citizens can request the Blue Health Insurance card in Denmark (Danish CPR-number required) on Borger.dk.
As the European Health Insurance does not necessarily provide full coverage for all health-related expenses and is also not a travel insurance, we recommend that you take out travel and health insurance for the entire duration of your stay abroad. Make sure that the insurance you take our also includes liability and accident insurance. Accident insurance covers situations where you are injured yourself, and the liability insurance covers if you cause injury to another person or property belonging to others.
In case your host company/organisation has a business accident and business liability insurance, we recommend that you ask them to be covered by their insurance. The host company / organisation must confirm such coverage in Section C of your Learning Agreement.
If you are not eligible for coverage by the traineeship company's insurance, you must take out the required insurances yourself.
PLEASE NOTE that it is not possible to be insured by Aarhus University.
The grant amounts to approx. 450 euro per month.
You are inelilgible for the Erasmus+ grant (and your SU) if you receive a salary during your traineeship. Payment for certain documented expenses in relation to a traineeship, however, such as transportation, rent or telephone, may be permitted.
Always inform the SU Office regarding your traineeship if you receive SU. Read more about the rules and regulations here: SU and salary during traineeship
The application deadline for the Autumn 2022 semester (your start date is between 1 July - 31 December 2022) is 15 June 2022.
It is a requirement that you submit a Learning Agreement for Traineeships to be eligible for an Erasmus+ grant.
If you are unable to submit the final Learning Agreement for Traineeships before the application deadline, you must enclose other documentation that proves that you have made an agreement with a traineeship host. The could be an email correspondence with the host institution or a contract. The dates of your traineeship must appear from the documentation.
If you do not enclose the Learning Agreement for Traineeships with your application, you will be asked to submit it later.
You apply for an Erasmus+ grant for your traineeship in MoveON:
After the application deadline, you will receive a confirmation from the International Centre. If your application is successful, you will receive an Erasmus+ grant agreement for traineeships by email. The agreement must be signed and submitted before the grant can be disbursed.
Please note that the International Centre does not communicate with your host organisation. Remember to inform the Danish students' Grants and Loans Scheme (SU) Office about your traineeship.
If there are major changes to your responsibilites or your traineeship advisor, please complete the section "During mobility" in your Learning Agreement for Traineeships.
When you return, you must:
If you have questions, please wrrite to the AU Erasmus+ team at email@example.com