Application procedure internship abroad
If you are going to do a study related internship within Europe for at least 2 months, it is possible for you to get an Erasmus+ grant, given that:
- You are registered as a degree student at Radboud University Nijmegen
- Prior to the start of your internship abroad, you must have been admitted to the 2nd year of your bachelor studies or to a master programme at Radboud University
- Your internship abroad is officially acknowledged by the Examination Committee of department and documented in a Training Agreement prior to your departure. Your department has to confirm that you will be obtaining academic credits for your internship (except if you are doing a voluntary Erasmus+ internship, then credits are not obligatory).
- You internship abroad should be at least 2 months and maximum 12 months, which do not have to be consecutive. It can be during your bachelor and/or master cycle.
- If you apply for an Erasmus scholarship, you cannot apply for an International Travel Grant scholarship.
- You sent fully complete (digital) files, before departure, otherwise your application will not be accepted.
- You may be eligible for either an Erasmus+ grant (EU/EEA area) or the Individual Travel Grant (outside of the EU/EEA area). For more information about grants, please click here.
Application Procedure for an Internship Erasmus+ Grant:
1. Create a new request
Log in on OSIRIS, go to Stay Abroad and click on 'New request'. Fill out the form:
- Select type of international mobility: ‘Internship Abroad’
- Select in ‘Request for ‘Current degree’ and select in ‘Degree programme’ the study you are currently enrolled in
- Fill out the dates of your stay abroad. The dates can be selected using the loop icon. If you don’t know the dates yet, use the semester dates of Radboud University:
1st Semester: 01 September – 31 January
2nd Semester: 01 February – 15 July
Fill in the information form on OSIRIS
Upload, if available, the letter of acceptance from the host organisation
4. Submit the request for internship Abroad
IMO will then process your request in Osiris and will make sure Radboud International will continue the process to get your Erasmus Grant.
5. Grant Agreement and Learning Agreement for Traineeships
Radboud International will send you a Grant Agreement which you need to sign. Furthermore you need to complete a Learning Agreement for Traineeships and have it signed by your study advisor (who also has to indicate the number of ECTS you will be obtaining) and by the host organisation. Submit both the Grant Agreement and the Learning Agreement for Traineeships at SLIM (Student Life and International Mobility).