Erasmus + Internships

Erasmus + Internships is a program that aims to promote the mobility of students in internships in companies and institutions in the participating countries:

  •       Member States of the European Union (EU)
  •       Member States of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
  •       Member States of the European Economic Area (EEA)

In this way the student can acquire a global knowledge of the labour market at European level, a better understanding of the social economic environment and at the same time gain work experience.

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To be able to apply for the Erasmus Internship place, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Be enrolled in the TecnoCampus at the time of application.
  • Be enrolled in the second year or higher.
  • Have the nationality of one of the participating States within the Erasmus + program. Students from third countries who can prove that they have a valid residence permit in Spain during the mobility period will also be able to participate.
  • Have been accepted by a public or private organization, located in any of the participating countries, to carry out an internship period with an end date before October 31, 2023, and have the authorization of their center -through the coordinator of internships - to carry out the stay, in accordance with the internship regulations of the TecnoCampus and the school itself, based on the positive assessment of a training project agreed with the host organization.
  • Not being on an Erasmus + Studies scholarship at the same time. It is possible to have both Erasmus scholarship modalities, as long as the Internship takes place after the studies, i.e. they cannot coincide in dates.
  • Students who have been selected during the last year of their degree must complete the internship during the period of one year from obtaining the degree.
  • Adaptation of the practices to the profile and to the academic curriculum of the student.
  • Once the award has been decided, the internship will be formalised by signing a three-way academic agreement between the company, TecnoCampus and the interested party, which regulates the main aspects of the internship as well as the commitments of each of the parties.

The selection will be carried out in a competitive bidding regime, in accordance with the evaluation criteria of the following applications:

  • Average mark of the file that the student has open at the time of making his application. This average grade is calculated on a scale of 0 to 10.
  • Accreditation of knowledge of the working language at the host company will be assessed. Only official certificates will be accepted in accordance with the AGAUR table (Agency for the Management of University and Research Grants) for the MOBINT call, including the UPF language proficiency certification test (PCCL): up to 0,5 points

In the event of a tie, preference will be given to the student with the most credits passed.

Internships must last minimum of 2 months and maximum of 12 months, if you have no previous mobility.

If you have already done another Erasmus mobility (either for studies or internships), the total sum of all stays cannot exceed 12 months at the same level of studies (degree, master's or doctorate).

For example, if you are doing a second degree and in the previous degree you did a 9-month Erasmus mobility, in the new degree you will only be able to do an 3-month Erasmus stay (either for studies or internships). On the other hand, if you start a master's degree, your "Erasmus counter" will be back to 0, no matter how much you have exhausted the 12 months during the degree.

Students benefiting from mobility places who meet all the requirements will be able to receive a grant from the EU, as a contribution to their travel and accommodation expenses during the internship period abroad.

This amount will depend on the host country, and will be calculated according to the following table:

  • Group 1 (€460 / month): Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Norway, the United Kingdom and Sweden.
  • Group 2 (€410 / month): Germany, Austria, Belgium, Spain, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, the Netherlands and Portugal.
  • Group 3 (€360 / month): Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovakia, Estonia, Slovenia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Northern Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Czech Republic, Serbia and Turkey.

Students who have enjoyed a general MECD scholarship during the year prior to mobility will have their grant increased by € 150 / month.

Internships will be funded for a maximum of 3 months, which may be extended up to a maximum of 12 months in the event of not exhausting the full amount awarded by SEPIE.


The Erasmus + Internship scholarship is compatible with the Erasmus + scholarship for studies, as long as they are NOT performed / enjoyed simultaneously.

It is also compatible with other possible co-financings such as the AGAUR MOBINT scholarship, other national scholarships and any other remuneration that the student receives from the chosen company or institution.


The scholarship cannot be applied for if the file is already closed.

However, you can do an Erasmus + internship once you graduate. The European Commission leaves a margin of 12 months from the date of degree for the student to do the internship (recent graduate mode). But the scholarship is due apply while the student is still enrolled in the TecnoCampus.

There are some exceptions, because some countries do require that, for legal reasons, the student be enrolled for the entire period of the internship, for example in the case of France.

In these cases, in addition to processing the Erasmus + Internship scholarship application through IR, an internship agreement must be established between the TecnoCampus and the company that hosts the student, through Professional Careers.

You can do your internship in companies, training centers, research centers, universities and other organizations that are located in any of the 27 EU member states (except Spain), in addition to Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway , Turkey and Croatia.

They will not be considered eligible host entities:

  • EU institutions and bodies
  • Specialized EU agencies
  • Organizations that manage community programs (such as the Erasmus program itself)

You can check offers at the following links: Talent ExchangeERASMUS + InternshipsEURES portalEuropean Center of Career DevelopmentEuropean Funding Guide i Thales offers.

If you have already found an internship, you must contact the internship coordinator of your studies, so that they can assess the adequacy of the content and you can study how you want to incorporate these internships into your transcript.

For information on the maximum number of credits you can incorporate / validate, you can also contact the Secretariat of your center.

Important dates of the call for the academic year 2023-24.

  • Submission of applications: from February 2023 and until the allocated budget is used up.
  • Deadline for submitting allegations: 7 calendar days from the publication of the award.

In the event that all the announced scholarships are not awarded, the final decision must contain a provision consisting of keeping the call open until the award of announced mobility has been exhausted. In case of not covering all the scholarships in the first call, they will be assigned in order of arrival as long as the candidates meet the requirements mentioned in the first section.

To apply for the Erasmus + internship scholarship you must have the internship closed and send the following documentation to maximum 2 months before starting the practice:

The Learning Agreement, which explains the tasks and functions of your internship, whether they must be curricular or not, as they must be related to your studies and must therefore be validated by the coordinator. of internships of your degree.

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Rules of the Call for internships for the 2023-2024 academic year

Below you will find all the information on the Rules of the Call for internships.

 I already have a place!


Inform us, two months before leaving, of your details of stay in


Make sure you have all the necessary coverage for international mobility. Any student going abroad is responsible for their own medical coverage and must be covered by a medical insurance (public or private) and one accident insurance that cover any eventuality during your stay abroad.

  • As for themedical assistance, you have the option to get the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) from the National Institute of Social Security (INSS) which gives you coverage in EU countries, and to welcome you to the health system of the country of destination. However, this insurance is not an alternative to travel insurance, its benefits may often not be sufficient in the event of repatriation or certain medical interventions, we recommend that you consider the possibility of contracting some complementary (private) medical insurance.
  • As for theaccident insurance (which covers at least damages caused to the student in the workplace), in some companies the workers are already covered. But this is not mandatory and conditions can vary greatly between countries participating in mobility programmes. For this reason, in the Training Agreement (learning agreement for traineeships) it will be specified whether the company will take care of it or not. If it is not taken care of, you will have to take out accident insurance and write it down. TecnoCampus will have to verify that you are covered by private accident insurance at the workplace.

The TecnoCampus must verify that you are covered during your stay at the workplace, so you must send us a copy of your Health Card and accident policy, before you leave, through the Headquarters electronics The company Oncampus offers several insurances at special prices for the UPF university community.


Send the document, along with a copy of your insurance, to the email


Check the information available on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


* If you leave with the Erasmus+ program, you have the possibility to do one language test to be able to access the free online courses of the OLS, which offers a wide variety of interactive activities to improve a language or learn a new one. 

To begin with, you will have to register and then you can access the EU page where you can access the OLS. This procedure will have to be done between 2 and 3 months before departure.

If you are interested in taking this test, you can check this one document for more information.



Upon arrival at the host company, download the certificate of arrival, fill it out and have it signed and stamped.

Send it to with the subject "Certificate of arrival ERASMUS PRACTICES - Surnames, Name".

You will have a maximum of 30 days to complete this procedure from the moment you arrive at your destination.

Once the procedure has been completed, the first payment will be processed (70%)


Download the certificate and have it filled out, signed, and stamped by the host company.

On return, deliver the original to the OMA (scanned copies will not be accepted).

It is recommended that you keep a copy for yourself.

You have 30 days to do so following your return to TecnoCampus.


You will receive an email with the invitation to take the test.

You will have to do it on the 15th or 16th of the month you end your stay, depending on what you have reported in the OLS application.


You will receive an email (sender:

When you finish your stay, you will have 30 days from receipt of the mail to take the questionnaire.

Once the above procedures have been completed, we will proceed to process the remaining 30% of the scholarship.