Erasmus+ Internship Europe
Our office hours
Tuesday 9:30 - 12:30 (in person on site)
Thursday 9:30 - 12:30 (online via WebEx)
- You must be fully vaccinated or recovered with appropriate proof or present a daily updated test.
- PROMOS consultation hours take place virtually. During the open consultation hours, you dial into our "meeting rooms" on WebEx. During the talks, these rooms are blocked for other participants. You may therefore have to be admitted to the meeting first. We try to keep the calls as short as possible to avoid long waiting times. For talks that are expected to take longer or cannot take place on Thursday, please contact us by email or phone to make an individual appointment.
WebEx room for consultation hours
Consultation also takes place as usual by email and telephon
Tel.: +49 30 - 838 70186
The most important questions and answers about the corona virus can be found here (FU FAQ).
There are many good reasons for an internship abroad!
Erasmus+ supports self-organised, voluntary internships and compulsory internships. As a rule, internships have a duration of two to twelve months. In exceptional cases, shorter internship stays are funded within the framework of blended mobility internships. On this page you will find information on Erasmus+ internship funding in the European area.
Advantages of an Erasmus+ internship abroad
- EU internship contract between university, company and student (Learning Agreement)
- Academic recognition of the internship
- Support during the internship by a contact person at the home university and at the company
- Funding of additional costs incurred abroad according to the specified funding rates
- Support in preparation (linguistic, organizational)
- Special grants for students with children and students with special needs
The following students can apply for Erasmus+ funding for an internship abroad:
Students of all disciplines in all study phases (Undergrate, Postgrade, PhD) as well as graduates up to a maximum of one year after graduation (application must be made within the last year of study). Nationality is irrelevant, but applicants must be fully enrolled at Freie Universität Berlin (exchange students cannot apply) and must have their main residence in Germany.
The obligations and rights of students in the Erasmus+ program are regulated in the Erasmus Student Charter.
More information about the Erasmus+ internship
4. Extension of the internship
Further information on Erasmus+ traineeships
Information on funding opportunities for short internships within the framework of blended mobilty internships
Information on funding opportunities for PhD traineeships
Information on an internship in the United Kingdom after Brexit
Information on Erasmus+ traineeship funding outside Europe
Presentation "Erasmus+ Internship Funding" from the Erasmus+ Info Day on 26.11.2020
Erasmus+ Internship Team
Department IV International Affairs
Student Service Center (SSC)
Iltisstr. 4 (Underground Station Dahlem-Dorf)
Phone: +49 30 - 838 70186
The Erasmus+ Internship office hours are currently held virtually
Due to the current situation, on-site consultation hours are not possible at the moment. Unfortunately, we cannot always be reached by phone. If you are unable to reach us by phone, please email us.