Going abroad for an internship enables you to broaden your horizon. The Erasmus+ programme supports internships in Europe. This makes it easier for students and graduate students to start working life. The programme also promotes international collaboration between universities and companies. Erasmus+ promotes funded internships in companies in all EU member states, Turkey, and EFTA states and has a separate national programme in Switzerland.
Within the framework of Erasmus+ internships abroad, Technische Universität Darmstadt cooperates with the regional contact point for EU internships. The following services are offered:
- general counselling concerning internships in Europe
Regionale Kontaktstelle für EU-Praktika|
c/o Institut inter.research e.V.
|At TU Darmstadt, there are two contact persons:|
Heinrich-von-Bibra Platz 1b|
Mrs Tanja Torres Alberich:|
Mrs Dipl.-Ing Juliane Huge
EU member states, Turkey, countries of the European Economic Area, Liechtenstein and Norway.
Promotion of AIESEC Internships
The regional contact point for EU internship also supports internships financially, if they are to be completed in Europe and are organised by AIESEC.
- you are a registered student at TU Darmstadt
- the internships lasts at least two months and at most twelve months
- the internship is completed in one of the eligible countries
- the internship is full-time and is closely connected to your study programme (mandatory or voluntary internship)
The grant for stays abroad is approximately 300 EUR per month. Initially, only five months of the internship can be funded. If further funds are available, funding for additional months can be granted.
Here you can find further information to Funding.
Funding for Internships Outside of Europe
For internships outside of Europe you can apply to DAAD for transportation allowances.
More Possibilities for Internships Abroad
There are other ways to get an internship abroad. The following overview provides you with links to different programmes which support you in searching for and completing an internship abroad. The most important thing is personal initiative, since TU Darmstadt is not involved in these programmes.