Students have been able to receive the ERASMUS Mobility Grant for self-organised internships in foreign EU member states since autumn 2007. The mobility grant may vary each year.
Every ERASMUS stay counts towards the 12 months maximum of each cycle
Application and Mobility Grant
You need to submit your application to the International Office at least one month before your internship starts. However, it would be wise to contact the International Office before you apply for the Mobility Grant to prepare for the next steps.
Please remember to take out health insurance, personal liability insurance as well as accident insurance whilst abroad. Your insurance company will be happy to assist you in finding the best cover.
Internships in the following organisations are excluded from the ERASMUS Programme:
- European institutions and organisations
- Institutions administering collaborative programmes (EU programmes)
- These institutions are eligible for DAAD’s Carlo Schmid Programme
Scholarships may only be awarded in accordance with funds provided by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). An early application could increase your chances of being nominated for a grant. However, students have no legal entitlement to monetary support from the ERASMUS Programme and this cannot be claimed from RUB.
Disabled students may apply for additional funds: