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ESCP Berlin is a member of a large international network of higher education institutions participating in different areas of the ERASMUS+ programme.
- ERASMUS Code: D BERLIN43
Mobility support for your Internship
ERASMUS+ Scholarship for internship funding rates for 2019-2020
Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom
Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Spain, Cyprus
Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Croatia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia,Slovenia, FYR Macedonia, Serbia, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary
General Eligibility Criteria
- you are a full-time student enrolled at ESCP Berlin (both EU and non-EU-citizens). Traineeships of doctoral students and graduates can also be supported;
Students enrolled in a Specialised Master Programme based on Berlin Campus as well as Bachelor in Management students who are currently studying and enrolled at Berlin Campus should direct their applications and questions to Berlin Campus. Master in Management students applications are administered through Paris Campus – for more information please see tab “Paris Campus”.
- your internship takes place in one of the listed ERASMUS+ Programme countries;
- you have language proficiency in the planned working language;
- your internship is full-time (min. 35 hours/week) and it provides you with valuable hands-on job experience and digital skills;
- your internship must last between min. two and max. twelve months;
- your internship takes place at an eligible host institution such as public/private, small, medium or large enterprises; public bodies at local, regional or national level; chambers of commerce, craft/professional associations and trade unions; research institutes, foundations; schools/institutes/educational centers or HEIs, non-profit organizations, associations, NGOs; bodies providing career guidance, professional counselling bodies and information services
Not eligible are:
- internships in Germany or countries of permanent residence (no cross-border mobility character);
- internships at EU institutions and other EU bodies and institutions that manage EU programs (e. g. national agencies);
- internships with the duration of less than two months;
- internships that have already started cannot be funded retrospectively;
- Erasmus+ funds may support you for 12 month within one study cycle (Bachelor, Master, and PhD). Your internship cannot be funded if the quota of 12 months within the same study cycle has been used up;
- internships for which you already receive grants or funding through another EU-programs
Terms of Grants Allocation at ESCP
The selection is made centrally by the Erasmus university coordinator. The selection criteria are divided into qualitative and formal criteria. The formal criteria are: completeness of the documents, accuracy of the information, plausibility of the information, compliance with the formal requirements and deadlines or, if applicable, the agreements made. The qualitative criteria are: professional motivation for the internship and the embedding of the internship in the course of the study.
Please note: There is no legal entitlement to provide funding under the Erasmus internship program. The mobility grants are awarded on the basis of the availability of funds.
ESCP has an Erasmus+ budget set annually by the European Commission. Grants are awarded on the basis of the amount available. Mobility grants for internships in Europe are allocated at ESCP for a 3,5 months mobility per person. Longer mobility periods can be taken in consideration. However they depend on the budget availability.
An eligible student must comply with the obligation linked to the Erasmus status.
Students with special needs
Supplementary support is available from the National Agency to assist with additional costs incurred by those with physical, mental or health-related conditions. Your Erasmus+ coordinator will give you advice on the application procedure.
Application Process & Deadlines
Applications for ERASMUS+ mobility funding are accepted on the rolling basis, but should be submitted no later than 6 weeks before the start of your internship. E. g. students of Specialised Master-Programs starting their internship on the 1st of May should apply no later than the 20th of March.
Phase 1: Application
Please apply six weeks before the start of your internship with the following documents (in English or German, to be sent to email@example.com):
- Application Form
- Motivation letter (1 or 2 DIN A4 pages)
- Confirmation of internship (contract or E-mail, if available)
Phase 2: Agreements
ERASMUS+ coordinator checks your application and nominates you for ERASMUS+ mobility grant four weeks before the start of your internship. The following steps need to be undertaken to formalize the process before you start your internship:
- sign the Grant Agreement
- Sign the Learning Agreement for Traineeship
- Provide proof of medical, liability and accident insurance
- Conduct an online language test (working language of your internship)
Phase 3: Before and during the intership
- Transfer of the 1st mobility grant rate (80%)
- Submission of the Internship interim report and if applicable request to shorten/extend the duration of internship
- Submission of the final report (+ online language test) 1 month after the internship ends
- Transfer of the 2nd scholarship rate (20%)
ESCP Madrid is a member of a large international network of higher education institutions participating in different areas of the ERASMUS+ programme.
- ERASMUS Code: E MADRID225
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Erasmus Strategy Statement 2021-2027
ESCP Business School aims to attract the best international students (EU and non-EU) to its Masters and PhD programmes, to enhance student mobility within and outside Europe and to develop joint academic research.
- To achieve this, we develop partnerships with the best academic institutions. We favour partners with academic excellence and international recognition and accreditation (AMBA, AACSB, EQUIS).
- We wish to strengthen our presence in Eastern Europe, South East Asia, Latin America and Africa.
- Our goal is to recruit the best international students, especially from these regions, and also to offer more destinations for international mobility - exchange and double degree programmes - of our Master in Management (MiM) students. Staff mobility in Europe is also promoted to encourage the exchange of best practices.
Finally, we promote double degrees so that our students have academic recognition in the host country if they wish to establish themselves there.
ESCP Business School, as a global European business school with 5 campuses (Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid, Turin), promotes European education and values.
It aims to:
- contribute to the development of European academic excellence and promote European diversity through the increasing recruitment of European students and student mobility;
- train our students in the European specificity and values that European companies need; we hope to contribute to the training of European citizens that our students are and will become
- to develop cooperation with the best European academic institutions for joint research projects, for example on the theme of financial regulation, innovation, or public-private partnerships (PPP) in Europe;
- to strengthen European funding through alternative sources of funding.
For example, we intend to implement these projects with the help of the new Erasmus programmes, the so-called new generation. Without a strong involvement in these Erasmus programmes with close European partners and without the accompanying European financial support, these programmes would be considered incomplete.
Financial support for your mobility in Europe
The Erasmus+ scheme enables students to receive financial grant for study period and/or internship in European countries (list below).
You can benefit from this grant regardless of income conditions for study periods. See the section ‟eligibility conditions” for traineeship mobility.
Please note that no grant is processed until the student receives official approval from the Erasmus Team.
Grants are indexed against the cost of living in the country in which you are staying. You’ll find here after the grant amount per month.
Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden
Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands
Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Republic of North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey
In order to benefit from Erasmus funding, the two following conditions must be met:
- Go abroad (see the European Commission website)
This means mobility to another country - academic exchanges or internships cannot take place in France nor in a student's home country.
- Be physically present in the host country
Physically travel to the host country of the exchange programme or internship (remote format not valid).
Mobility between ESCP Campuses is not considered as Erasmus Mobility.
- ESCP students - full-time or apprentice, both EU and non-EU citizens -, either on an academic exchange with a European university that has signed an Erasmus+ agreement with our school, or on an internship in a country participating to the Erasmus+ programme (European Union member states + Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey). Minimum 2-month mobility maximum 12 month for study Mobility/6 month for internship.
- Bachelor in Management
- Master in Management
- MSc or Specialised Masters (Marketing & Communication, Marketing & Creativity, Marketing and Digital Media, Auditing & Consulting, Finance, International Business Law & Management, Direction financière et opérationnelle, International Wealth Management, International Project Management, Digital Project Management & Consulting, Strategy & Organisation Consulting, Big Data and Business Analytics, Digital Transformation Management & Leadership, Hospitality & Tourism Management, International Food & Beverage Management, Media Management, Biopharmaceutical Management, Energy Management, Real Estate)
Terms of allocation
Grants for internships in Europe are allocated under restrictive conditions:
- Students receiving internship allowances (salary, expenses refund, housing and/or transportation allowances...) equal or above €600.60/month (French average monthly minimum wage for Student Interns) are not eligible for the grant
- Grants are allocated for a maximum of 6 month even if the internship period is longer
the internship must be accepted on JobTeaser plateform prior to apply for a scholarship.
The eligible student must comply with the obligation linked to the Erasmus status.
Students with special needs
Supplementary support is available from the National Agency to assist with the additional costs incurred by those with physical, mental or health-related conditions. Your Erasmus coordinator will give you advice on the application procedure.
Inclusion and diversity
Inclusion and diversity is a strong priority of the European Commission. Therefore, the aim of the Erasmus Program is to promote equal opportunities for students who have fewer opportunities because of their social, economic or cultural background, their disability, their origin or their place of residence.
The Commission has defined 5 criteria which allow the students concerned to receive a top-up grant of €250 to the monthly Erasmus scholarship.
You will find hereafter the list of the criteria and the supporting documents to be provided.
*MDPH: Maisons départementales des personnes handicapées (Departmental centres for disabled and handicapped persons)
ESCP Turin is a member of a large international network of higher education institutions participating in different areas of the ERASMUS+ programme.
- ERASMUS Code: I TORINO15
ERASMUS Policy Statement 2021/27
ESCP is a transnational business school with a solid experience in management education. ESCP Torino recognises the value of gathering students with different backgrounds in order to create a lively and fertile learning environment. We aim at attracting excellent international profiles from all over the world and to do so we offer an extended array of opportunities, including the ones offered by Erasmus.
ESCP Torino aims at delivering quality education, which requires to be up to date with the latest developments in the business world. We value hands-on knowledge and experience, this is why we create multiple occasions for our students and staff to relate with different companies and professionals. In order to do so, ESCP fosters a network of partnerships with companies all over the country and beyond. With our participation in the Erasmus programme we aim at improving our international profile and develop partnerships with leading academic and research institutions, as well as companies and industries.
The employability of graduates is one of ESCP Torino main objectives. To increase employability, the school promotes double degree programmes that ensure degree recognition in partner countries and encourages international internships and company placements. This allows students to gather valuable international hands-on experience in their field of study.
ESCP Torino already has an established network beginning from the five European capitals where the other ESCP Campuses are located (Paris, London, Madrid, Berlin and Warsaw) and encourages partnerships and cooperation activities with the geographical focus on Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, North America, South America and Africa. While maintaining its existing geographical priorities, ESCP remains open to new opportunities to collaborate and is actively exploring different areas.
With its participation in the Erasmus programme ESCP Torino aims at increasing international mobilities and extending the range and nature of the opportunities offered to its students enrolled in Bachelor and Master programmes. We wish to promote exchanges with partner institutions or double degrees and internships abroad.
ESCP Torino is also dedicated to encouraging mobility of academic and administrative staff for exchange of experience and good practices.
Erasmus policy statement
As a transnational business school dedicated to European management education for more than 40 years, ESCP Torino seeks to attract outstanding international students (EU and non-EU) for its Bachelor, Master and Executive Programmes, to improve mobility of students, faculty and staff and to establish long-term academic and research cooperation with international partners.
ESCP seeks to constantly increase the number of students enrolled in its graduate programs as well as the number of successful graduates. Participation in activities covered by the ERASMUS+ Programme helps us to offer high-quality degree programs with up-to-date course content matching the current needs and demands of the labour market both in Italy and internationally.
ESCP actively cooperates with a large network of academic and business partners to develop programs and deliver employment-related skills in order to improve the employability of its graduates. ESCP is committed to further developing and diversifying its transnational education across all the offered programs and making use of innovative teaching/learning methods through new information and communications technologies, in order to enrich the learning experience of its students. Participation in activities under the Erasmus+ Programme will help ESCP to improve the quality and relevance of its programmes through international mobility and cross-border cooperation.