FAQs generals

  • What are the language requirements?

    The host institution will be in charge of evaluating the linguistic competence of the student candidate for the internship. You do not have to prove your language skills at the time of application.

  • If I do not have the nationality of the country where I am studying, can I participate in the programme?

    Yes, as long as you have a nationality or a valid residence permit in one of the countries participating in the Erasmus+ programme or in a third country; in this case you must prove that you are in possession of a valid permit to reside in Spain during the mobility period.

  • Can I change the internship period?

    Yes, in a motivated manner, as long as it is in the same host entity and with the approval of the entity and the internship coordinator.

  • How much is the Erasmus Traineeship scholarship?

    The amount of the scholarship depends on the country where the internship takes place, according to the following groups:

    Group 1. Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom: EUR 400/month.

    Group 2. Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia and Turkey. EUR 350/month.

    Group 3. Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: EUR 300/month
    Students from disadvantaged backgrounds (beneficiaries of a general Spanish Ministry of Education scholarship or who have the status of refugees or are entitled to subsidiary protection or who have applied for international protection in Spain) will receive an additional grant of €75 per month.

  • Erasmus + for higher education students. FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions).

  • Do I have to seek out the host entity or does the UV seek it out for me?

    The search for the host entity is part of the content of the traineeship and must be the responsibility of the student. Even so, the Universitat de València helps you to look for international internships in the following ways:

  • What is the minimum and maximum duration for receiving the Erasmus Traineeship scholarship?

    • Minimum duration: 2 months
      Maximum duration financed: 4 months (the duration of the internship may be longer than 4 months, but the extra months will not be financed by the Erasmus+ programme).

    Start and end dates must be within the same academic year: from 1 September to 30 September.

  • Should I seek out the host institution or will the UV seek it out for me?

    The search for the host entity is part of the content of the internship and should be the responsibility of the student. The centre's Internship Committee compiles the internship offer where companies in Europe will also be included. This list is made up of the entities provided by ADEIT and the contacts that the placement coordinator or another member of the centre may have. You can ask your mobility and/or internship coordinator to help you. 

    Check the list of coordinators: http://ir.uv.es/vt5N9Zu

    On the International Relations website you can also check the list of companies where other students have already gone. Here is the link: http://ir.uv.es/4WM6M8Y.

  • Can I modify the internship period?

    Yes, in a motivated manner, provided that it is in the same host entity, before the end of your internship and with the approval of the entity and the internship coordinator. You must request this with the document Addendum for modifications in the internship contract that you can find here:
    https://www.uv.es/uvweb/college/en/international-relations/international-relations/erasmus-placement-programme/useful-documents/current-year-1285854571189.html.

  • I do not have the nationality of the country where I am studying, can I participate in the programme?

    Yes, provided that you have a nationality or a valid residence permit in one of the countries participating in the Erasmus+ programme or in a third country; in this case you must prove that you are in possession of a valid permit to reside in Spain for the duration of the mobility. If you are from a non-European country, you must consult the consulate or embassy of the destination country if you need to apply for any kind of permit or visa.

  • What is the Training Agreement?

    It is the equivalent document to the "Learning Agreement" for studies. It is a personalised document that includes: the work or work programme to be carried out, the results at the level of knowledge, skills and abilities to be acquired, the tutoring activities, the recognition to be obtained after the internship. In addition, in the case of the A modality, remember that you must sign the curricular internship agreement provided by University-Business Foundation ADEIT, following the usual procedure of your degree. More information: https://www.uv.es/uvweb/college/en/international-relations/international-relations/erasmus-placement-programme/calls-1285862459692.html.

  • What are the language requirements?

    The host institution will be responsible for evaluating the linguistic competence of the student candidate for the internship. No proof of linguistic knowledge is required at the time of application. At the beginning of your grant you will receive a test to evaluate your knowledge (OLS) that is compulsory, then you will be offered an online language course which is voluntary to do, and at the end of your mobility you will receive another test to evaluate what you have learned. Only the initial and final tests are compulsory during your mobility. This evaluation of your language level is not an official accreditation that you can use afterwards.

  • When will I get my scholarship?

    The first term of your scholarship (70%) once you arrive at your destination and submit the documentation of incorporation by Entreu. The second term of your scholarship (30%) upon arrival and submission of the documentation of completion by Entreu. The deposit will be made by bank transfer. More information: https://www.uv.es/uvweb/college/en/international-relations/international-relations/erasmus-placement-programme/useful-documents/current-year-1285854571189.html.

  • I want to upload documents through Entreu, but I don't know how, how do I do it?

    First make sure you are in the right procedure Erasmus Work Experience 2019-2020, as there are several mobility programmes and it is easy to get confused when choosing them. If you have received a notification you must answer it first and then upload the documents we ask you for. Here you have a manual from Entreu that can help you: https://angela.uv.es/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=13994794.

  • Because of the coronavirus crisis I had to come home, what do I do now?

    If the host company has offered you to continue with an online internship, you should follow them as if you were there. If this is the case, you should not present your certificate of stay from Entreu until you have finished your internship, as the period shown on your certificate will be paid. If you are not offered this alternative you must contact your mobility and/or internship coordinator to see if they can find you an alternative. If you do not have your certificate of stay, please insist that the company sends it to you by e-mail. Here you have general information about the measures taken by the Vice-Principal regarding mobility and the health crisis situation: https://www.uv.es/uvweb/college/en/international-relations/international-relations/official-announcements/information-coronavirus-covid-19-1285935975996/Novetat.html?id=1286123851322.

  • Who is my coordinator?

    You can check your centre's internship coordinator at this link: http://ir.uv.es/aH7eqzi

    You can check the mobility coordinator at this link: http://ir.uv.es/LHS1jkK.

  • Where can I find all the Erasmus+ FAQs?

    The questions and answers of the European Commission on various programmes can be found at this link: https://ec.europa.eu/education/.

  • I would like to do an international internship during the 2019-2020 academic year. What is the procedure?

    The procedure is the same as for the application for national external internships. This procedure is established by each centre's Internship Committee. Check with your centre about the conditions for an external internship.

  • I already have an entity to do the internship, what should I do now?

    If you have already been accepted by the host entity, you must submit your proposal following the instructions of your centre, in order to get the approval of the curricular internship proposal.

  • I have already signed the approval of my curricular internship proposal. Can I apply for any financial aid to take part in these internships?

    The Office of the Vice-Principal for Internationalisation and Cooperation of the Universitat de València publishes an annual call for Erasmus Internship grants for all students of the Universitat de València who have been assigned an internship in an organisation located in another European country. More information: https://www.uv.es/uvweb/college/en/international-relations/international-relations/erasmus-placement-programme/calls-1285862459692.html.

 

FAQs Modalitat A

  • What requirements do I have to meet in order to apply for the Erasmus A-modality Traineeship?

    Be enrolled in an official degree from the Universitat de València ( Degree or Master's) and have integrated curricular internships in its curriculum. Not having successfully completed the integrated curricular internship subjects in the official degree for which the grant is requested. That the calculation of the duration of the internship that you wish to carry out added to the Erasmus stays that you have carried out in the same cycle does not exceed 12 months (or 24 months if you are a student of the Degrees of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy). Have been assigned an integrated curricular internship confirmed by the host entity and by the centre's internship committee. Under no circumstances can you do an extracurricular internship with the Erasmus Internship grant. More information: http://ir.uv.es/YhJ18ir. (Not available in English)

  • How do I apply?

    You have to apply using the ENTREU online form before the start of the internship period. The access to the form is available at https://webges.uv.es/uvEntreuWeb/index_en.html.

  • Can I do an international internship without applying for an Erasmus Traineeship grant?

    Yes, in this case you only need to formalise the documents of the internship contract.

  • When do I have to apply for the Erasmus Traineeship?

    The deadline for submitting applications for Erasmus A-style internships is mid-July.

    There are also three additional deadlines for submitting applications under mode A in case they become vacant in the immediately preceding submission periods:

    • Second deadline in October.
    • Third deadline in January.
    • Fourth deadline in April.
  • I'd like to do an internship in Europe. What's the procedure?

    The procedure for applying for international internships is the same as for national internships. This procedure is established by each centre's Traineeship Committee. Check with your centre on the conditions for an external placement.

  • I already have an entity to do the internship. What do I have to do now?

    If I already have the acceptance of the host entity, you will have to submit your proposal following the instructions of your centre, in order to get the approval of the curricular internship proposal.

  • Can I have an Erasmus scholarship for studies and an Erasmus scholarship for internships in the same academic year?

    Yes, you can be an Erasmus student and an Erasmus intern during the same academic year, as long as it is in different periods. For example, Erasmus Studies during the first semester and Erasmus Traineeship during the second semester.

  • What documentation do I have to submit with the application?

    The online application must be accompanied by:

    • Document certifying that the internship has been assigned by the Internship Commission of the respective centre.
    • It is also necessary to include Annex II of the call, Internship Agreement, duly signed by the three parties (student, company and mobility coordinator of the corresponding degree, or director of the Master).
  • Who is my centre's internship coordinator?

    You can check the list of internship coordinators of each centre in the following link.

  • I already have the approval of my signed internship proposal. Can I ask for some economic aid to carry out these internships?

    The Office of the Vice-Principal for Internationalisation and Cooperation of the Universitat de València publishes an annual call for Erasmus Internship grants for all students of the Universitat de València who have been assigned an internship in an organisation located in another European country.

 

FAQs Modalitat B

  • What requirements do I have to meet in order to apply for the Erasmus B-modality Traineeship?

    • Be a student of an official Universitat de València degree ( Degree or Master) at the time of application, in the degree for which you are applying.
    • To finish the studies of the official degree for which you are applying.
    • To have the company's agreement to carry out the internship.
  • When do I have to apply for the Erasmus Traineeship grant?

    The call for Erasmus Traineeship in modality B remains open until mid July.

  • What documentation do I have to submit with the application?

    The on-line application must be accompanied by the Internship Agreement, duly signed by the three parties (student, company and mobility coordinator of the corresponding degree, or director of the Master's Degree).

  • How do I submit the application?

    You have to apply using the ENTREU online form before the start of the internship period. The access to the form is available at https://webges.uv.es/uvEntreuWeb/index_en.html