Here you have the list of documents, which University usually request in order to apply for an Erasmus+ internship. But, some Universities may have different policies, so here you have a standard list of (usually requested) documents:
Documents before the mobility:
- Acceptance Letter/ Letter of traineeship – a letter signed by the receiving organization to confirm they will receive the trainee. The document is not obligatory (yet, some universities may require it);
- Learning agreement for traineeship – this is a document, which defines the learning outcomes for a perfect Erasmus+ internship (example);
- Grant Agreement – the financial agreement document that will be prepared by the sending institution and signed by the trainee and the host organisation.
Guidelines on how to use the Learning Agreement for Traineeships
Documents during the mobility:
- Arrival letter – a letter signed by the trainee and the receiving organization that confirms the start of your internship (not always requested);
- Monthly reports – reports explaining the monthly program of the traineeship, and what the trainee has been doing in the past month, signed by the trainee and the mentor in the receiving organization (not always requested);
Documents after the mobility:
- The Traineeship certificate – a document signed by the receiving organization that confirms the results of the Erasmus+ internship;
- The Transcript of Records – an additional document signed by the receiving organization that describes the results of the Erasmus+ internship;
Finally, your successful completion of the internship will see ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System) added to your academic achievements. Alternatively, they may be included in your Diploma Supplement.