The University and the Valencian government allocate 20,000 euros for entrepreneurship internships

  • Office of the Vice-principal for Employment and Training Service
  • May 18th, 2021
 
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The University and the Valencian government allocate 20,000 euros for international and national entrepreneurship internships as part of the Campus agreement of innovative entrepreneurship. Applications can be submitted until the 14th of July.

The students of the University of Valencia can now apply to participate in the 7th edition of the International and National Entrepreneurship Internships. This project has been set up by the Office of the Vice-principal for Employment and Training Services, with funding from the Valencian government.

The Department of Sustainable Economy, Productive Sectors, Trade and Labour, which subsidises these grants, has launched the brand Llamp in order to boost entrepreneurship based on social and technological innovation and sustainable development objectives.

The students with an entrepreneurship project or idea are eligible for 10 financial grants to carry out extracurricular internships related to the business idea they present, which last for 2 months.

International internships: 5 grants of 2,500 € each for 2 months.

National internships: 5 grants of 1,500 € each for 2 months.

The companies or institutions in which the internships are carried out may be located in the European entrepreneurial regions (national or international) and in the eligible countries for the Erasmus+ programme.

The grants will be paid in advance and will be available for two placement periods: students enrolled in the 2020-2021 academic year will be able to do them until September 30th and those enrolled in the 2021-2022 academic year, from October 1st to December 31st.

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