Erasmus+ Outgoing Traineeship
Erasmus+ Outgoing Traineeship
Erasmus+ Outgoing Traineeship

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Brief Information About Erasmus+ Traineeship Program

  • The student must have completed the 1st semester of the 1st year of their respective studies in order to apply for the program.
  • Minimum GPA of 2.20/4.00 for undergraduates and 2.50/4.00 for graduates.
  • GPA will be 50%, and the English exam will be 50% effective. The resulting score will shape the final list.
  • Erasmus+ traineeship mobility must be a minimum of 2 months and a maximum of 12 months. Movements under 60 days will not be considered valid.
  • It is the responsibility of the students to find the company or institution where the internship will take place. Students can do their traineeships in companies, universities, and more. On our website, you can click the link below to gain more information and multiple options for searching for an internship in Europe.
  • Internship places and positions that students will do must be related to the department they are studying or are studying. It is not appropriate for them to do internship mobility in a position other than the department they are studying.
  • It is obligatory for students to discuss the approval of their internship places with the Erasmus+ coordinators of their own faculties and get approval before applying to the program. As the Erasmus+ office, we are not authorized to be eligible for the internship, but we would like to point out that you will not be eligible for mobility without the approval of the faculties for this subject.
  • Before applying, graduate students should contact their institute and consult on whether they will be eligible to participate in the program. Our office is not responsible for the situations of students who apply but are rejected by the faculty later in the process.
  • Although it is the responsibility of the students to arrange the accommodation in the country where the internship will take place, the company or institution they have agreed to work with can also help.
  • Students who want to take advantage of Erasmus+ traineeship mobility should have information about the full-time internship working hours of the countries they aim to go to. They should adjust themselves according to these working hours, and then they have to specify it correctly in the working hours’ section when making a learning agreement at a later date.
  • Students who want to take advantage of Erasmus+ traineeship mobility should have information about the full-time internship working hours of the countries they aim to go to. They should adjust themselves according to these working hours, and then they have to specify it correctly in the working hours section when making a learning agreement. Note: Full-time internship working hours for each country may differ. This issue should be discussed in detail with the place where the shell letter will be taken.
  • It is the student’s responsibility to provide accommodation in the country where the internship is planned. The company or institution that the student has agreed to intern with can help the student.
  • Traineeship places are not obliged to give a salary to Erasmus+ participants, but this does not mean that you cannot find a place where they give you a salary for the time you work there.
  • A course follow-up at a higher education institution is not accepted as an internship. If you want to do your internship at a university, you should be aware that you cannot attend classes while doing your internship abroad.
  • If any student has participated in Erasmus+ mobility activities during their normal education period, they cannot participate in a mobility activity for more than 12 months (for example, if the student has already participated in an Erasmus+ learning mobility). If the student has participated in an Erasmus+ learning mobility for less than 9 months, the student mobility application, which is expected to take 4 and a half months, will not be approved.
  • Erasmus+ traineeship can be done in the summertime, too, and it will be more suitable for students since if a student wants to join the program in a semester, the student cannot select and attend any class in that semester in BAU because the student will be an Erasmus+ participant, but the choice for when you plan to go is up to you.
  • Students who want to do an internship after graduation must have applied and been accepted during the application period while they were students, before they graduated. Although they have the right to move within 12 months after graduation, they cannot go beyond this period.
  • Graduate students who did not have a CGPA in the program they were enrolled in at the time of application can apply with their previous undergraduate graduation CGPA, provided that they present a document.
  • Double major students can only use one of the majors to apply for Erasmus+ mobility during the application period.
  • For doctoral program students, Erasmus+ programs cannot be used at the following stages of doctoral programs: In the last semester, for students who have not taken the doctoral qualifying exam, it is necessary to take the exam. In the last semester to enter the thesis proposal defense. In the last semester of the maximum duration of the program, We advise doctoral students to talk with the institute for more information about their availability for applying to Erasmus+ programs.
  • The applicant should not have any debts to units such as the library or financial affairs. When the debts of students with debts are determined, all transactions are stopped, and the program is cancelled.


Why do you should consider the Erasmus+ Traineeship Program?

Erasmus+ helps participants to gain valuable experience in the workplace by supporting traineeships abroad.  Erasmus+ Traineeship is available for higher education students (Bachelor and Master level and Doctoral candidates) and recent graduates, as well as vocational education and training students, apprentices and recent graduates.

By doing a traineeship abroad with Erasmus+, participants can improve not only their communication, language, and inter-cultural skills but also soft skills highly valued by future employers, as well as become more entrepreneurial. This program aims to help them gain the necessary skills for a more comfortable transition from education to business life.

Traineeships not only aim to allow participants to get work experience, but also aim to bring new perspectives to the lives of the students who apply to the program by living in different cultures as well.

Participants must respect the rules, cultures, and people of the country they are going to under the Erasmus+ Traineeship program.

Making a good impression on the companies or institutions you have agreed to work with and taking care to successfully meet the expectations of the institution during your working period will make you and our university proud.

Whatever their job description is to gain experience during Erasmus+ internship mobility, participants’ goals should not be just to work. Do not forget to visit the important cultural places of the city, meet new people, and even explore gastronomy in your free days when you can spare time for yourself.

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