There are two types of Erasmus+ Internships:

  1. Credit internship (internship as part of an internship course)
  2. Non-credit internship

Credit internships are possible only if there is an internship course offered allowing for internships outside of Sweden. Non-credit internships can be completed either during or within a year after (“Recent Graduate Internship”) the completion of your studies. Non-credit internships are recorded in your Diploma Supplement upon successful completion of your internship. Please note that “Recent Graduate Internships” have limited availability - e-mail to ask if funding is still available. 

Which Conditions Apply?

  • If you have been on exchanges within the Erasmus+ framework, you cannot exceed 12 months of studies or internship time on each level (graduate, undergraduate).
  • You cannot receive other grants from EU or UHR (Swedish Council for Higher Education) Students with an SU-tuition fee waiver (SU scholarship program) can apply.
  • You must be a degree-seeking registered student at SU at the time of application.

Internships must be carried out according to a Learning Agreement and be:

  • Full-time
  • limited to one organisation
  • uninterrupted for 2-12 months
  • in an approved country and organisation

You must complete:

  • mandatory language test before and after internship
  • mandatory questionnaire about your internship

How Large is the Grant?

For current information, please see this page.

Where Can I Go?

To most organisations in the 28 EU-member countries + Macedonia, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Turkey. You cannot intern at EU institutions or organisations administrating EU programs.

How do I Apply?

  1. E-mail and to ask if there is grant money left for the type of internship you plan on undertaking and if SU provides insurance (AY 2015/16 = yes) Please state in your query:
  • when you plan to intern (during or after the completion of your studies)
  • the type of internship you are planning (credit internship or non-credit internship)
  1. Find your internship through www.erasmusintern.orggraduateland or contacting relevant organisations by yourself. Mentioning that you have insurance (ONLY if confirmed by us) and that your internship is linked to your studies (noted in Diploma Supplement) is usually a plus.
  2. When you and your internship organisation have agreed on the duration (min 2 months) and time of your internship, contact your coordinator at Media Studies to complete a Learning Agreement for Traineeship to be signed by you, your internship site and your coordinator. The Agreement is available here.
  3. Send your Learning Agreement for Traineeship to: no later than 6 weeks prior to the planned start of your internship.

What Does the Insurance Cover?

The insurance covers personal injury, medical and dental, home transport, personal property, liability, and legal expenses. View full terms and conditions here.