Thursday December 22, 2022
Internship4All Consortium | Erasmus+ Traineeship Mobility Application
Thursday December 22, 2022
Internship4All Consortium | Erasmus+ Traineeship Mobility Application
Erasmus+ Traineeship under the Consortium of Internship4All applications is now open! In this period of this project, which we participated in 2020, we have opened an application within our budget of 6,933 € per institution. Within the scope of the project, we are planning to benefit from Erasmus+ Internship mobility, with a maximum of 4 […]

Erasmus+ Traineeship under the Consortium of Internship4All applications is now open! In this period of this project, which we participated in 2020, we have opened an application within our budget of 6,933 € per institution. Within the scope of the project, we are planning to benefit from Erasmus+ Internship mobility, with a maximum of 4 […]

Erasmus+ Traineeship under the Consortium of Internship4All applications is now open!

In this period of this project, which we participated in 2020, we have opened an application within our budget of 6,933 € per institution. Within the scope of the project, we are planning to benefit from Erasmus+ Internship mobility, with a maximum of 4 students with a grant of 2 months. In addition, our students can make mobility without a grant.

**In the application process, which will continue until 23 January 2023, 17 February 2023 has been determined as the deadline for the acceptance letters to be received by the students from the internship places. **

**The information requested in the online application system must be filled in completely and the following documents must be uploaded to the system. Applications made with missing and/or incorrect documents will not be considered. **

English Exam will be announced to the students in a later date. We will inform the students via email, but we also advise our students to check the website frequently.

**-10 points will be applied if a student applies for Erasmus+ Study and Internship mobility applications under BAU, which we will open at the end of January, after applying for this Consortium Erasmus+ Internship mobility. **

 

CRITERIA FOR APPLICATION: 

  •  Minimum GPA of 2.20/4.00 for undergraduate and 2.50/4.00 for graduate.
  •  GPA will be 50% and the English exam will be 50% effective. The resulting score will shape the final list.
  • Erasmus+ Internship mobility must be a minimum of 2 months and a maximum of 12 months. Movements under 60 days will not be considered valid.
  • 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. 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.
  • It is the responsibility of the students to find the institution where the internship will take place.
  • Students who want to take advantage of Erasmus+ Internship 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 institution that he has agreed for the internship can help the student.
  • The student’s mobility dates, position and what he will do during the internship must be clearly stated in the acceptance letter. It should be prepared in a signed and stamped form written on the company’s letterhead.
  • Students who want to do 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 make mobility within 12 months after graduation, they cannot go beyond this period.
  • There is no harm in participating in internship mobility for students who have participated in Erasmus+ Learning Mobility before. The total duration of the two cannot exceed 12 months. 
  • 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.
  • 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 doctoral qualifying 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**

 

SELECTION CRITERIA:

    • Had previously take part in an Erasmus+ program (with or without grant) -10 points for each
    • Applying simultaneously to the Erasmus+ Study and Traineeship mobility type (reduction is applied to the student’s preferred mobility type) -10 points
    • A student can apply for both the Consortium and Erasmus+ Traineeship program that BAU will announce at the end of January. If a student applies for this Consortium, then gets -10 points from its activity in January. Students can wait for BAU’s announcement for Erasmus+ Traineeship to avoid this but the decision is up to our students.
    • Candidates who applied simultaneously for two activities within the same application call (the student will sign a petition regarding her/his decision on from which application the deduction will be applied) -10 points
    • Going for mobility at a country where holds citizenship -10 points
    • Students who had been selected before to participate to an Erasmus+ mobility but didn’t cancel their right before the announced cancellation deadline -10 points
    • Approved Acceptance Letter during the application period +10 points
    • Students who have applied but have not taken the English exam without an excuse will be deducted 5 points in their next application. -5 points
    • Child of martyrs or war veterans (Has to be documented) +15 points
    • Students who are who have been under protection by 2828 Social Services Law. The proving documents must be submitted to the online application system during the application period. (Proving document has to be obtained from Ministry of Family and Social Policies) +10 points
    • Disabled students, on condition for the disability to be documented. +10 points
    • For students selected for mobility: Not attending meetings/trainings organized by the higher education institution regarding mobility without an excuse (applicable if the student reapplies to Erasmus+) -5 points

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA):

  • For undergraduate students minimum CGPA of 2.20/4.00
  • For graduate and PHD students minimum CGPA of 2.50/4.00
  • The CGPA displayed on the student system at the time you apply will be valid when you apply to the program. Depending on when you’re applying (if during the semester is ongoing or after the final exams are announced), your CGPA may change and therefore your CGPA may seem different depending on the time you’re applying.
  • Submitting CGPA is mandatory for all students who would like to apply for Erasmus. If students have sufficient language proficiency but not the sufficient CGPA are not able to apply.
  • Students who are applying from graduate or PhD but do not own a GPA from BAU yet, are able to apply with their undergraduate graduation GPA if minimum 2.50/4.00 or above
  • For double major and minor students, CGPA is valid.

Letter of Acceptance:

  • Erasmus+ Internship mobility must be a minimum of 2 months and a maximum of 12 months. Movements under 60 days will not be considered valid.
  • 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.
  • In the Internship4All Consortium project, the project does not want to send students without a grant. Since it is a formation that includes 10 partnerships, as BAU, we do not take decisions on our own, and additionally, the consortium’s vision and mission aim to send students to Erasmus+ traineeship mobility with a grant. Therefore, even if you are an accepted student in the application and the final list, if you are not a winning student, you cannot do your traineeship without a grant. We mentioned that only 2 students will earn the program for this project.
  • In the Internship4All Consortium project, you have to finish your Erasmus+ traineeship until 15.10.2023 because of the length of the project that has been established. Please be aware of this date and get your acceptance letter according to it.
  • Letter of Acceptance should be at least one page long and contain the student’s DETAILED tasks as intern and the exact dates (min. 60 days) the student will continue to work. Signed and stamped version of the document must be submitted.
  • Those who upload the acceptance letter to the system at the time of application will receive +10 points.
  • After the application deadline is completed, participants will be given additional time to find an acceptance letter, but +10 points will not be received.
  • The institution in the acceptance letter uploaded to the system at the time of application cannot be changed later.
  • Company change may be due to reasons beyond the student’s control. Although the participant needs a force majeure, this change must be approved by the Erasmus+ Exchange office.

Please check the link below in order to see and get the template for letter of acceptance.

Traineeship Documents and Procedure | BAU Exchange

**The link below helps you to reach to the Application Portal/Başvuru Portalı. You can do your application from it**

Apply here:

For the Consortium application you have to choose “Internship4all Konsorsiyum’u için Erasmus+ Staj Hareketliliği / Erasmus+ Internship Mobility for Internship4all Consortium” title after selecting University name.

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