Here you find all necessary information for the application process for the Erasmus+ grant.
Application for the Erasmus+ grant
The application is comprised of an application email and the Learning Agreement for Traineeships, which must be signed by the company or organisation where you will complete your internship, your head of degree programme and yourself.
The application must be submitted at least 4 weeks prior to the start of the internship. Retrospective grants are not possible.
To apply for an ERASMUS traineeship grant, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including the following information (See form below):
Date of birth
Student ID/Registration number
Email address (private or one where you can be easily reached when abroad)
Study cycle (Bachelor or Master)
Number of semesters completed
Do you receive an Austrian study grant (Studienbeihilfe)?
Have you already done an Erasmus internship in this study cycle? If so, when and where?
Is this an obligatory or voluntary traineeship or a traineeship for graduates?
For obligatory internships: number of ECTS awarded for the traineeship and number of weeks to be completed (acc. to curriculum)
For traineeship for graduates: approximate date of your last exam
Will the traineeship have a focus on digital skills?
Full name of the company/institution
Full address of the company/institution: street, house number, postal code, city, region (e.g. Mühlenstrasse 4, 46504 Munich, Bavaria)
Company contact data: phone number and email address
Contact person at the company
Size of the company (approximate number of employees)
Start of internship (day/month/year)
End of internship (day/month/year)
Main working language in the enterprise
Other languages used
Will the internship be completed in your home country? (e.g. German citizen completing placement in Germany)
Do you wish to apply for special needs support or a grant for students with child(ren)?
Current address (valid until)
Bank account (IBAN, BIC, name of account holder)
1. You will receive a mail from us with a link to the Mobility Online database where you will have to register for the Erasmus grant.
2. After having registered successfully we will nominate you for the Erasmus grant.
3. After nomination you will be sent login data for Students Online which is the Erasmus Database.
4. The fully filled in and signed learning agreement has to be uploaded by you in the Mobility Online database or you can send a scan of it to Ulrike Hasiba-Klinger. Students of Bad Gleichenberg have to send the learning agreement to Stefan Strohmaier.
The entire administration of the grant will be managed by the ERASMUS Office in Graz.