Erasmus+ Traineeship

Students on degree programmes at the University of Vienna can organise and undertake a traineeship in another European country and they can apply for an Erasmus+ grant for this.

Provided the traineeship is relevant to their study programme (= a sensible supplement to their studies), students enjoy considerable flexibility in choosing a placement. Recognition of the traineeship in the form of ECTS credits is not a prerequisite.

Update

Stays abroad from June 2021 on

The regulations for student stays abroad in countries with a Covid-19 related travel warning will be changed. From 1 June 2021, students will be able to go abroad even if there is a Covid-19 related travel warning for the respective country (security levels 5 & 6 according to the BMEIA).

The International Office will inform about details of the new regulation as soon as possible (probably by mid-May). Students who have already been nominated will be contacted directly by the International Office.



Important notice

Applications for the United Kingdom - Update March 2021

The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020. Legally, the UK is no longer a member of the European Union. However, the agreement on the withdrawal provides for the UK to participate in the current Erasmus+ programme without any changes.

Traineeships in the academic year 2021/22 can still be financed through the Erasmus+ Programme. 

This implies the following for Erasmus+ traineeships, that traineeships can be financed through the Erasmus+ traineeship programme through to 30.09.2022. As matters stand at the moment (March 2021), financing through the Erasmus+ Programme will be limited to 6 months per application.

Please inform yourself about the entry and residence regulations.

For more information about the matter, please have a look at the website of OeAD/Erasmus+ national agency (in German):  https://oead.at/de/der-oead/informationen-zum-brexit/


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