Following an internship abroad

Stage à l'étranger

1. Destinations and exchange programs

Students doing an internship in a company in Europe in a country eligible for the programme Erasmus++ can apply for an Erasmus+ internship grant - Eligible countries (the 28 European Union countries, the EFTA countries - Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway - as well as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey). Attention: As the number of internships is limited, applications will be processed "on a case-by-case basis". We encourage you to submit your application very quickly

2. Application process

As with all internships, you will need to complete an internship agreement available on the SUIO website. You will also find specific information on internships abroad. To apply for an internship at the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE), you will need a code, and you must send the internship form in PDF format to :

3. Financing your stay

You are entitled to mobility grants to complete your internship abroad: consult our "Mobility Grants" page. The mobility grants of the city of Aix concern internships only (in a partner city of Aix-en-Provence, or in the digital field, whatever the destination). The deadline for submitting applications is set annually by the city. All the information:

4. Further information and contacts

Check with your training and the alumni network to find out where students have gone in previous years, this can help you identify organizations that host student interns:

  • Some tips on the SUIO website (link to come).

Use the University's housing platform on which you can find your accommodation abroad:

  • Find a rental in France and abroad
  • Find your roommate in France and abroad
  • Find a temporary room in France and abroad

Thousands of homes for private owners, residences and real estate agencies are available near the campuses of Aix Marseille University. Go to:http://housing.univ-amu.fr/fr/

 

 

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