There are limited Erasmus+ grants available for traineeships starting in June, July or August 2021. Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Please submit your application as soon as possible!
BOKU students can complete a BOKU study related internship somewhere in Europe.
All EU member states + Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, North Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey
Internship in the United Kingdom can be done within the Erasmus+ programme at least until May 2022.
Internships in Switzerland cannot be funded by Erasmus+ (see SEMP).
Which institutions are eligible?
The traineeship can be done at any company, training or research center, university (e.g. laboratory, research unit,…), NGOs, national parks, ... as long as it is study related.
Combine your traineeship with your Bachelor/Master/PhD Thesis and do a traineeship in the context of your research work for your thesis.
Please note: according to the Erasmus+ Guidelines institutions from the European Union, organisations that administrate EU programmes, private persons and member of European parliament
The Erasmus+ Programme seeks to promote equal opportunities and access, inclusion and fairness across all its actions. We explicitly encourage students with special needs or from underrepresented groups to apply. Please find more information on facilities for students with special needs and visit the website of the Coordination office for Equal Opportunities, Diversity and Disability.
How to find a traineeship
There is no database for traineeship offers at BOKU-International Relations at BOKU, but offers are published here.
The following links can help you to find your placement:
- BOKU Alumni
- Erasmus Intern
- EURES Job Mobility Portal
- European FooD-STA Training Alliance
- OeAD GmbH
- OeAD student reports [only in German]
- WHITE in Ireland
- ESPA United Kingdom
...or ask professors, at BOKU Institutes, take a look at information boards, partner universities, etc....