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INFORMATION FOR ERASMUS+ INTERNSHIP APPLICANTS

I. PURPOSE OF THE ERASMUS+ INTERNSHIP

The purpose of the programme is to assist in acquiring skills necessary in the labour market and in the understanding of the economic and social culture of the host country by spending a certain period at the foreign organisation.

 

II. APPLICATION CRITERIA:

1) The student is a Hungarian citizen or studies for a degree at the Corvinus University of Budapest.

2) Language proficiency of min. B2 level in the working language of the applied internship.

3) Min. 1 closed active semester.

4) A place confirmed to host the applicant. (The only exception is graduate students who may not have found a host organisation due to the urgency of submitting the application before receiving the absolutorium. Finding a host organisation is the responsibility of the student (see below for details).

5) The student has a minimum of 2 unused Erasmus+ months.

6) The applicant student has not received the absolutorium yet (it is applicable when the student wishes to participate in the internship after receiving the absolutorium, too).

7) According to the Erasmus+ regulations every Erasmus+ internship completed before the absolutorium has to be included in the student’s diploma supplement. This rule also applies to those students who do a voluntary internship in the framework of the Erasmus+ programme that is not mandatory to their studies at CUB. Regarding this matter please always contact the cognisant Student Registration officer and/or internship coordinator at the faculty.

 

 

III. IMPORTANT ASPECTS AND CRITERIA:

1) Possible duration of the mobility: 2 to 12 months.

2) A min. of 30 working hours/week shall be completed.

3) The host country shall be one of the following Erasmus+ countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, the Netherlands, Croatia, Ireland, Iceland, Poland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Great Britain, Germany, Norway, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey.

       - Students wishing to participate in internship in a country other than the above, may apply for a Campus Mundi grant. Its condition is to first submit the Corvinus application online in Mobility Manager and in printed form in Room No E.25. For further information about application, see point IV. below.

4) Scholarship:

a) In an Erasmus+ country:
    - Erasmus+ grantATTENTION! Grants are subject to the current status of the institutional Erasmus+ budget and to the contracting order.
    - Campus Mundi grant: We kindly draw your attention to the fact that from March 2019 Campus Mundi scholarship is not available any more regarding internships done in an Erasmus+ country. Naturally, students who do an internship in an Erasmus+ country can still apply for Erasmus+ scholarship.

b) In a non-Erasmus+ country: Students need to apply for Campus Mundi scholarship. Its condition is to first submit the Corvinus application online in Mobility Manager and in printed form in Room No E.25. For further information about application, see point IV. below. For more information please visit the CUB Campus Mundi website.

5) For the 12 months following the receipt of the absolutorium, students may participate in the programme, nevertheless, the applications shall be submitted before receiving the absolutorium.

6) It can be an internship necessary for the studies or a job/internship completed by personal ambition.

     - If the student wishes to complete the internship obligatory for his studies abroad, he can get information about its acceptability and recognition in the office for internships and/or Registrars Department of the competent faculty. The Directorate for International Issues and Innovation may help only in Erasmus+-related questions. Studies issues are dealt with by the faculties.

7) Application for grant is possible in the case of volunteer and salaried positions, too. The level of salary provided by the host organisation does not affect the amount of the grant. The grant is a fixed amount determined by the European Commission in advance by semester and country.

8) Each student has 12 Erasmus+ months by training cycle (bachelor, master, PhD).

          - This 12 month includes previously completed partial training and internship mobility periods formerly within the present training cycle of the student.

          - The 12 months shall include former zero grant status Erasmus+ days (e.g., participation in Campus Mundi), too.

          - Previously completed LLP mobility shall also be included, even if zero grant was provided.

9) Activity of Assistant Professor mobility shall be considered an internship, too.

10) Students shall be entitled to receive the study grant or other loan provided by their home institution during the period spent abroad, too.

11) The student shall have an active student status throughout his mobility period. The student shall register for his active status for a given semester even if the internship overlaps with that semester for a single day only. The only exception is summer internship (Erasmus+ mobility may not overlap with the official end of the spring semester and the official beginning of the autumn semester, either) and internship after receiving the absolutorium. Otherwise, the whole Erasmus+ grant shall be repaid.

 

Please finalise your application in  Mobility Manager, and then submit your printed application documentation to the Directorate for International Issues and Innovation (see below for the contact), whether you travel to an Erasmus+ country or not.

 

 IV. APPLICATION:

1) Applications shall be submitted both online and in printed form. The online part of the application may be finalised in Mobility Manager while application documents may be submitted in Room 25 (E.25) on the ground floor of the main building in its office hours.

 

2) While submitting the online application please pay much attention to the following things :

a) We kindly draw your attention to the fact that the Mobility Manager online system has different platforms for internship and partial study applications. Please make sure not to mix them up.
    - Internship: http://corvinus.mobilitymanager.hu/szakmaigyakorlat 
    - Partial study: http://corvinus.mobilitymanager.hu/hallgato 

b) In case you have a preceding Mobility Manager registration (even for internship or for partial study) you'll need to make a new registration. You can use your previously given e-mail address but a new password will be needed otherwise the system won't consider your log in as a new registration. Please make sure to use an e-mail address that you regularly check.

 

3) Printed application documentation

a) Mobility Manager data sheet in printed form and signed (after printing, data on former Erasmus+ participation are deleted due to a system error so please fill them in ink)

b) Europass CV in Hungarian + in the working language of the internship.

c) Europass Language Passport in Hungarian + in the working language of the internship.

d) Letter of motivation in Hungarian + in the working language of the internship.

e) Copy of the language exam certificate / document(s) confirming the language proficiency. - Proficiency of a minimum of B2 level in the working language of the internship is expected.

f) Letter of Acceptance: it is enough to hand in an electronic version printed out as a part of the application material, proving that you already have a host company/organisation, but later it will be necessary to hand in an original sample because it is one of the requirements for transferring the Erasmus+ scholarship.

 

4) Deadline: Applications shall be submitted 30 days before the starting date of the internship at the latest.  

 

5) We can accept applications from students having a host organisation only. It shall be confirmed by attaching the Letter of Acceptance which is printed on the company-headed paper, signed and sealed to the application documentation. (The only exception to having a host organisation upon application is is graduate students who may not have found a host organisation due to the urgency of submitting the application before receiving the absolutorium and wish to use their Erasmus+ option not immediately after graduation but at some later time within 12 months following it.)

 

ATTENTION! Grants are subject to the current status of the institutional Erasmus+ budget and to the contracting order.

 

 

Utolsó frissítés: 2019.05.16.