ACADEMIC YEAR 2022-2023

 

The Erasmus Internship scholarship for the 2022-2023 academic year includes aid for a minimum of two months of internships and a maximum of 12 months. (Resolution of the Vice-rector for Internationalization and Multilingualism, which extends the number of months of funding for the call for Erasmus Practices 2022/2023)

The monthly amount of the aid depends on the country where the internship is carried out, according to the following table:

 

In addition, students from disadvantaged backgrounds (beneficiaries of a general scholarship from the Ministry of Education in the 2021/2022 academic year or the 2022/2023 academic year, who have refugee status, or with the right to subsidiary protection, or who have submitted an application for international protection in Spain) will receive an additional aid of 250 euros per month.

Beneficiaries of this additional aid due to the Ministry's grant holder status do not have to present any document. The Universitat de València has this information and will apply the aid directly to the two payments of the scholarship, after the list of beneficiary students has been previously published on this web page.

Way to pay

Payment of the scholarship will be made to the bank account that the student has provided when accepting the scholarship.

A first payment, corresponding to 70% of the total amount of the scholarship, will be made at the time the student joins the company, and once the documentation specified in the sections "before leaving" and "upon arrival at the host institution" of Useful Documents.

The second payment, corresponding to the remaining 30%, will be paid once the stay is over and the procedures specified in the "upon your return" section of Useful Documents have been carried out.

 

TRAVEL AID WITH ECOLOGICAL DISPLACEMENT IN ERASMUS INTERNSHIP MOBILITY 2022-2023

 

Students who opt for an "Ecological Displacement" to travel to the country of destination may request additional aid.

1. What is considered ecological displacement?

Ecological travel is understood as sustainable transport, in which low-emission means of transport are used for most of the trip. The European Commission exclusively considers ecological travel to be carried out by bus, train or shared use of vehicles.

2. How can I request it?

Beneficiaries of an Erasmus + aid who carry out an ecological trip have to justify it by means of bus or train tickets or another similar document that can be fuel, motorway ticket, etc. Round-trip tickets must be presented at the end of mobility.

3. Where do I have to provide the supporting documents?

The supporting documentation of having carried out an ecological displacement must be added to the "Erasmus Practices 2022-2023" procedure of the Online Office UV.

4. What does the aid consist of?

Beneficiaries who make an ecological journey will receive €50 in travel aid for a round trip, and the amount of 4 additional days of individual aid.


AID TO SUPPORT INCLUSION (FORMERLY SPECIAL NEEDS)

 

Students who have a recognized percentage of disability equal to or greater than 33% can request Inclusion Support Aid based on the real cost accredited with invoices. They will also receive a supplement of 250 euros/more as students in a disadvantaged situation. This last supplement is incompatible with the supplement for having been a general scholarship holder of the Ministry of Education or for refugee status.

The student with a disability equal to or greater than 33% and interested persons can request to receive information by sending an email to the address "pagos.erasmus@uv.es". We also recommend that you contact the Disability Support Unit.

The application procedure and forms were probably published by November 2022.

 

Last update:  23-09-2022

 

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2021-2022

The grants finance a minimum of two months and a maximum of 5 months.

After the SEPIE budget allocation, the maximum period of months financed by the scholarship is set at 5 months, regardless of the total duration of the scholarship.

 

There are three different groups of grant, depending on the country of the intership:

Group 1

Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway and Sweden

460 euros/month
Group 2

Germany, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal

410 euros/month
 Group 3

Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Republic of North Macedonia Romania, Serbia and Turkey. 

 360 euros/month

 

United Kingdom is excluded in the 2021-2022 call

 

Students from disadvantaged settings (beneficiaries of a general scholarship from the Ministry of Education in the academic year 2020-2021, or who are refugee or eligible for subsidiary protection or who have applied for international protection in Spain) will receive an additional grant of 250 euros/month.

 

 Method of payment

The payment of the grant will be transfered to the bank account number provided by the student in the grant acceptance form. The payment is not made on a monthly basis. Students will receive an initial payment (70% of the total amount), once the certificate of arrival, duly signed, has been received at the International Relations Office. The final payment (30% of the grant) will be done after the completion of the stay and the submission of all required documents as indicated in the general instructions.

 

Last update: 25/10/2021

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021

The grants finance a minimum of two months and a maximum of 10 months of intership in a european institution.

There are three different groups of grant, depending on the country of the intership:

Group 1

Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, United Kingdom and Sweden

400 euros/month
Group 2

Germany, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal

350 euros/month
 Group 3

Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia, Turkey and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

 300 euros/month

Students from disadvantaged settings (beneficiaries of a general scholarship from the Ministry of Education in the academic year 2019-2020, or who are refugee or eligible for subsidiary protection or who have applied for international protection in Spain) will receive an additional grant of 100 euros/month.

 

 Method of payment

The payment of the grant will be transfered to the bank account number provided by the student in the grant acceptance form. The payment is not made on a monthly basis. Students will receive an initial payment (70% of the total amount), once the certificate of arrival, duly signed, has been received at the International Relations Office. The final payment (30% of the grant) will be done after the completion of the stay and the submission of all required documents as indicated in the general instructions.

 

Last update: 07/09/2020

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020

The grants finance a minimum of two months and a maximum of 4 months of intership in a european institution.

There are three different groups of grant, depending on the country of the intership:

Group 1

Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, United Kingdom and Sweden

400 euros/month
Group 2

Germany, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal

350 euros/month
 Group 3

Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia, Turkey and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

 300 euros/month

Students from disadvantaged settings (beneficiaries of a general scholarship from the Ministry of Education in the academic year 2018-2019, or who are refugee or eligible for subsidiary protection or who have applied for international protection in Spain) will receive an additional grant of 100 euros/month.

 

 Method of payment

The payment of the grant will be transfered to the bank account number provided by the student in the grant acceptance form. The payment is not made on a monthly basis. Students will receive an initial payment (70% of the total amount), once the certificate of arrival, duly signed, has been received at the International Relations Office. The final payment (30% of the grant) will be done after the completion of the stay and the submission of all required documents as indicated in the general instructions.

 

Grant for special needs 

The students who have been recognized a percentage of disability equal or superior to 33% can apply for special grants that replace the general support of the European Union. Additional aid can be requested based on actual expenses.

The student has to submit his/her application to the university Universitat de València, through IRO e-mail  pagos.erasmus@uv.es or paper based through the General Registry (www.uv.es/registre). The relevant documents must be attached: responsible statement (page 6 at the application), certificate of disability and additional expenses budget if needed.

Application Procedure

Assignment criteria and amounts

Application Form for special needs

 

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019

The grants finance a minimum of two months and a maximum of 4 months of intership in a european institution.

There are three different groups of grant, depending on the country of the intership:

Group 1

Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, United Kingdom and Sweden

400 euros/month
Group 2

Germany, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal

350 euros/month
 Group 3

Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Turkey and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

 300 euros/month

Students from disadvantaged settings (beneficiaries of a general scholarship from the Ministry of Education in the academic year 2017-2018, or who are refugee or eligible for subsidiary protection or who have applied for international protection in Spain) will receive an additional grant of 100 euros/month.

 

 Method of payment

The payment of the grant will be transfered to the bank account number provided by the student in the grant acceptance form. The payment is not made on a monthly basis. Students will receive an initial payment (70% of the total amount), once the certificate of arrival, duly signed, has been received at the International Relations Office. The final payment (30% of the grant) will be done after the completion of the stay and the submission of all required documents as indicated in the general instructions.

 

 

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-2018

The grants finance a minimum of two months and a maximum of 4 months of intership in a european institution.

There are three different groups of grant, depending on the country of the intership:

Group 1

Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, United Kingdom, Sweden

400 euros/month
Group 2

Germany, Belgium, Cyprus, Croatia,Slovenia, Spain, Greece, Island, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Czech Republic, Turkey

350 euros/month
 Group 3

 Bulgaria, Slovakia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia,Lithuania, Malta, Polland, Romania, Macedonia

 300 euros/month

Students from disadvantaged settings (beneficiaries of a general scholarship from the Ministry of Education in the academic year 2016-2017, or who are refugee or eligible for subsidiary protection or who have applied for international protection in Spain) will receive an additional grant of 75 euros/month.

 

 Method of payment

The payment of the grant will be transfered to the bank account number provided by the student in the grant acceptance form. The payment is not made on a monthly basis. Students will receive an initial payment (70% of the total amount), once the certificate of arrival, duly signed, has been received at the International Relations Office. The final payment (30% of the grant) will be done after the completion of the stay and the submission of all required documents as indicated in the general instructions.

Grant for special needs 

The students who have been recognized a percentage of disability equal or superior to 33% can apply for special grants that replace the general support of the European Union. If the percentage of disability is equal or greater than 65% may also request additional aid.

The student has to submit his/her application to the university Universitat de València, through IRO e-mail  pagos.erasmus@uv.es paper based through the Registre General (www.uv.es/registre). The relevant documents must be attached: responsible statement (page 6 at the application), certificate of disability and additional expenses budget if needed.

Deadline for submissions: February 28th, 2018

Application Procedure

Assignment criteria and amounts

Application Form for special needs

ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017

The grants finance a minimum of two months and a maximum of 5 months of intership in a european institution.

There are three different groups of grant, depending on the country of the intership:

Group 1

Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, United Kingdom, Sweden

400 euros/month
Group 2

Germany, Belgium, Cyprus, Croatia,Slovenia, Spain, Greece, Island, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Czech Republic, Turkey

350 euros/month
 Group 3

 Bulgaria, Slovakia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia,Lithuania, Malta, Polland, Romania, Macedonia

 300 euros/month

Special Needs Grant: disabled students with disability degree by 33% or upper are allowd a higher grant. Click here for more information .

 

 Method of payment

The payment of the grant will be transfered to the bank account number provided by the student in the grant acceptance form. The payment is not made on a monthly basis. Students will receive an initial payment (70% of the total amount), once the certificate of arrival, duly signed, has been received at the International Relations Office. The final payment (30% of the grant) will be done after the completion of the stay and the submission of all required documents as indicated in the general instructions.

ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016

The grants finance a minimum of two months and a maximum of 3 months of intership in a european institution.

There are three different groups of grant, depending on the country of the intership:

Group 1

Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, United Kingdom, Sweden

400 euros/month
Group 2

Germany, Belgium, Cyprus, Croatia,Slovenia, Spain, Greece, Island, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Czech Republic, Turkey

350 euros/month
 Group 3

 Bulgaria, Slovakia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia,Lithuania, Malta, Polland, Romania, Macedonia

 300 euros/month

 Method of payment

The payment of the grant will be transfered to the bank account number provided by the student in the grant acceptance form. The payment is not made on a monthly basis. Students will receive an initial payment (70% of the EU funding), once the certificate of arrival, duly signed, has been received at the International Relations Office. The final payment will be done after the completion of the stay and the submission of all required documents as indicated in the general instructions.

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2015

The grants finance a minimum of two months and a maximum of 3 months of intership in a european institution.

There are three different groups of grant, depending on the country of the intership:

Group 1

Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, United Kingdom, Sweden

400 euros/month
Group 2

Germany, Belgium, Cyprus, Croatia,Slovenia, Spain, Greece, Island, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Czech Republic, Turkey

350 euros/month
 Group 3

 Bulgaria, Slovakia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia,Lithuania, Malta, Polland, Romania, Macedonia

 300 euros/month

 Method of payment

The payment of the grant will be transfered to the bank account number provided by the student in the grant acceptance form. The payment is not made on a monthly basis. Students will receive an initial payment (80% of the EU funding), once the certificate of arrival, duly signed, has been received at the International Relations Office. The final payment will be done after the completion of the stay and the submission of all required documents as indicated in the general instructions.

Grants for especials needs

Student with an officially recongized handicapped percentage more than 33% can ask for special grant.  Should the percentage exceed the 65% they can also ask for an additional grant igual. Applications must be submitted to Servei de Relacions Internacionals de la Universitat de València.

For further information about special needs grant

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