What is Erasmus +?
Erasmus+ is the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport that offers the students to work abroad in a European enterprise.
Taking part in the programme means growing personal and professionally. Students will gain valuable international experience, broaden their horizons, experience new cultures and discover new ways of working. Erasmus+ is of particular benefit to young people who can learn new skills to improve their employability, acquire life skills, and develop their confidence.
Students can carry out an internship period in a wide variety of organisations, such as companies, training and research centres and other institutions.
What does Erasmus + offer?
Erasmus + offers exciting opportunities for all participants to study, work, volunteer, teach and train abroad in Europe. Students in Higher Education and Vocational Training can travel abroad to carry out an internship placement in another country of European Union.
Erasmus + provides two types of mobility:
Mobility with financial support: the National Agency in Spain (SEPIE) provides financial support for students in Higher and Vocational Education Training.
Mobility without financial support: a zero-grant. Participants can benefit from all organisational activities and advantages of a being Erasmus + student, but they do not receive any financial support for travel or subsistence.