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Erasmus + Traineeships

Mobility grants are available for students interested in a traineeship experience in public and private organisations throughout the participating EU countries.


Erasmus Plus is the EU programme in the fields of Education, Training, Youth and Sport for the period 2021-27 that promotes the international mobility of students and future graduates towards other countries participating in the programme (full list on the Programme Guide (PDF) to improve transversal and professional competences with particular attention to the job market and their contribution to the creation of a cohesive society. 

Presentation event 

The call presentation event will take place on February 7, 2024 in the Aula Magna "Erasmus+ Opportunità di tirocinio all’estero", during which the opportunities of the programme, call for applications and instructions for filling out the application form will be presented.

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Event programme 

Live streaming link:

Call for Selection Erasmus+ Traineeship  2024/2025

Call for applications Erasmus+ traineeship for 200 mobility grants of up to 5 months.

Deadline for applications: Thursday, March 28 at 14.00

 "Letter of Acceptance" for the application

Place of traineeship 

Candidates must propose a host organisation in the application. Candidates who do not indicate a host organisation will participate in the assignment of any unclaimed mobility grants.

Information and advice on possible host organisations is available: Looking for a Host Organisation 

In order to facilitate the search for eligible host institutions for traineeships in Digital Skills, the European Commission has invited European companies to publish their offers on Drop’pin@EURES or ErasmusIntern. However, students can seek other institutions autonomously, provided the traineeship activities correspond to the above-mentioned activities.

For further information: please refer to Call

Personal data processing

Information on personal data processing to participate in international student mobility programmes.


The mobility grant is intended as financial support for the higher costs associated with the stay abroad: it is therefore not intended to cover all the expenses. The Erasmus+ grant is incompatible with other grants from other EU-funded programmes/actions.

The EU contribution is related to the cost of living in the country of destination and to the actual duration of the mobility period certified by the host university.

A.Y. 2024-2025

European Union grants according to the country of destination:

The grant will be paid in one instalment within 30 days of the recipient's arrival at the host university, provided that the following documents are available: bank account details, countersigned financial contract and validated learning agreement.

GROUP 1: 500 euros (HIGH cost of living) Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, Liechtenstein, Norway

GROUP 2: 450 euros (MEDIUM cost of living) Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal

GROUP 3: 400 euros (LOW cost of living) Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, North Macedonia, Turkey, Serbia

Supplementary Grants for Disadvantaged Economic Conditions (Less Opportunity)

Mobility beneficiaries may receive an additional contribution of 250.00 per month according to the student's economic condition. This supplement will be granted to candidates who have an ISEE (ISEE for the Right to University Study DPCM 159/2013) of an amount up to 26,306.25 (DM 204/2023)

In order to benefit from the aforementioned contribution, students must acquire the Isee 2024 on Infostud (if missing, the Isee 2023 can be acquired). For the purposes of quantifying the supplementary contribution, the Isee value present on Infostud on the day following the deadline for submitting applications will be taken into consideration.

For participants with tax residence abroad, including DiscoLazio scholarship holders with tax residence abroad, the supplementary contribution will be paid only to residents in countries in band A (based on the country in which the income is generated, according to the contribution bands set out in the Board of Governors' resolution of 30 May 2023).


Additional funds are available to support students with disabilities and/or special needs. Students interested should indicate the disability/special need, both at the application stage and at the mobility acceptance stage, in order to receive instructions on how to apply for dedicated funding, as indicated on the webpage:

The payment of the grant for special needs is subject to approval by the Erasmus+ National Agency Indire. In the event that financial coverage is not available in whole or in part, the student will have to bear the costs independently.

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