See MENDELU IRO website for full information.

Participation conditions

  1. The length of the study period ranges from 2 (60 days) to 12 months (360 days).
  2. Internship in the country of residence is not possible.
  3. Internship in the country of the student’s origin has the lowest priority and and is given the status of a zero grant student, i.e. is not entitled to receive financial aid.
  4. Student has to be enrolled in an accredited Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctoral study programme.
  5. Student has to be chosen in an officially announced selection procedure.
  1. The content of the internship must be appropriate to the field of study and must be always arranged as full-time employment.
  2. Repeated students mobility: each student may participate in a study period and/or internship repeatedly in each study cycle up to the total length of 12 months.
  3. Work placements are set up by students THEMSELVES (check the offers below and in the News).
  4. EU institutions and other EU organs or organisations administering EU programmes are not authorised.

Graduate internship

  • The work placement can take place within 12 months after graduation.
  • Student becomes graduate on the day of successfully passing the state examination – the work placement must start and end within exactly one year starting from this day.
  • Financial support is given only for 2 months.
  • Participant must successfully pass the selection procedure BEFORE his/her graduation, i.e. before the date of state examination.
  • Student cannot continue with further studies afterwards.

PhD students

  • A responsible person Sending institution is vice-dean prof. Ing. Petr David, Ph.D. – must be changed it in the Traineeship Agreement form.
  • PhD student may obtain 10 ECTS credits for the subject EDC-MA International Activities, if they have it in their study plan. Nonetheless, student must enrol this subject as the regular administrative procedure according to the Study referent.

The selection procedure is announced via e-mail to all university students. Students must submit in UIS:

  • Application in UIS (e-Agenda/ Contact centre/ Searching for solution/ 104_Z: Application to Traineeship) – as a Query subject write full name of the company.
  • Letter of Acceptance (official confirmation from the company/institution about your internship), attachement to the UIS application.

Students are required to pass written language exam and interview. Students will receive e-mail with details from MENDELU IRO. If a student wishes to recognize a previously passed language examination, he/she must communicate this information to the faculty coordinator when submitting the application.

  • choice of the relevant traineeship (30 %),
  • language knowledge – written and oral exam (30 %),
  • study results – average (30 %),
  • Buddy system (5 %),
  • language certificate – level B2 or higher (5 %).

After submitting the application, students are informed about the date of the language exam, which is an essential part of the selection procedure at FBE. If a student has passed a language exam under the Erasmus + / Bilateral Agreements, the results can be recognized upon the request of the student (the exam cannot be older than 3 years). Students are informed of the results of the selection procedure afterwards. The selected student will receive a scholarship from MENDELU.

RECOGNITION – for every month (30 days) student receives 4 ECTS (credits are not valid for PhD students).

  • After successful completion of the internship, the work placement can be recognised as a compulsory course within your study plan Practical Training (PRX – 6 ECTS, PRX2 – 8 ECTS / 10 ECTS). The rest of the ECTS will be recognised as an elective course (PRX3).
  • In case a student has already passed compulsory course Practical Training, the work placement will be recognised as an elective course (PRX3) with the full amount of ECTS.
  • FBE students can enrol to course International Experience (EXA-INEX) for 4 ECTS. A student has to enrol the course by himself and ask the supervisor for the topic of the written seminar.
  • Info meeting – obligatory for outgoing students – organised by Rectorate (IRO).
  • Euro account – add EUR bank account number to UIS (Student Portal / Study financing and scholarships/ Bank accounts).
  • Traineeship Agreement – fill in and submit an internship agreement to the faculty IRO (with an original student’s signature!). Recommended steps: filled TA send to the faculty coordinator for revision, let is sign by the receiving company and bring the signed document to the faculty IRO (students original signature is required). After the faculty coordinator arranges the vice dean’s signature. Based on this document (three-part signature) the exchange mobility will be put into the UIS. PhD students – a responsible person Sending institution is vice-dean doc. Ing. Veronika Solilova, Ph.D. (change it in TA form!).
  • Travel proposal – apply through UIS. Specify the mobility as 99|Erasmus – Praktická stáž. Based on this proposal will be arranged the travel insurance for the entire duration of the stay valid for one year (the student is obliged to have university insurance). After approval, pay online in section Study Financing – MENDELU IRO website.
  • OLS online language support – complete the language exam before departure.
  • Checklist – upload all required documents – Traineeship Agreement, Letter of Acceptance, proof of insurance payment and OLS result into UIS application (Student Portal / My College abroad).
  • Grant Agreement – upon completion of all previous steps make an appointment at Rectorate (IRO) ( and arrange signature of Grant agreement at the latest 2 weeks prior to the planned departure..
  • Enrol yourself for the semester. In case you do not have other subject enrolled, you have to contact your study officer. ATTENTION! Make sure you fulfil the condition of 40 ECTS in two following semesters or 12 ECTS in 1st semester.

  • Changes to TA – in case there are changes to the originally approved Traineeship Agreement (in the content or the person of the coordinator), they must be approved and signed by the sending institution and by the receiving organization.
  • Extension of the internship – possible only upon agreement with the sending institution and receiving organization. The Application for Extension confirmed by representatives of the sending institution and receiving organization must be delivered to the Rectorate (IRO) no later than 1 month before the original end of the internship – as stated in the Grant Agreement.
  • Reduction of the traineeship period – it is possible upon agreement of the trainee with the sending institution and if longer than 5 days in comparison with the originally approved duration, an Amendment to the Grant Agreement is concluded and as the case may be, the grant is proportionately reduced. The minimum duration of 60 days must be maintained.
  • Traineeship Certificate – deliver to faculty IRO (ORIGINAL confirmed by the traineeship provider no earlier than a week before the termination) within 14 days of the end of the traineeship.
  • EU Survey – submit by e-mail.
  • Reports about the abroad placements – submit in UIS within 30 days.
  • OLS online language support – optional.
  • Checklist – upload all required documents to UIS (Changes to Traineeship Agreement, OLS results, EU-Survey and Traineeship Certificate).

NOT fulfilling any of the conditions of Erasmus+ Internship, the proportional part or all of the Grant must be refunded by the student.

Internship offers

  1. TRANSLIT internship position for students enrolled in Bachelor’s and Master’s degree courses – more information here.
  2. WrocławTech is seeking a highly motivated intern for the International Relations Office – more information here.
  3. Czech sales internship in Malaga – more information here.
  4. Internship possibilities at International Relations Office of Alanya HEP – more information here.
  1. e.g. Alfa Agency (paid service, arranges traineeship).
  2. THM Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen offers internships for our students in their partner companies. Contact Cornelia Fritzsch – More information about the school here.
  3. Spain Intern More information here.
  4. Erasmus Intern more information here


Internships, Staff Mobilities, International Week
Office: Q1.92
Administration of students’ mobilities Erasmus+
Office: X1.03a