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In general, I am very consent with my internship. I honestly believe it was extremely useful to get practical experience of working in an international community, and a 6-month traineeship in Brussels would be an asset for my CV. I am thankful for Erasmus for such an opportunity.
Erasmus Work Placement grantee, Belgium, summer 2015

Overall, my experience in the Erasmus placement was great. I really enjoyed the work I did, and I found the whole process – from the grant application through to this report – to be well explained and easy to follow. And in the end, I learned a lot, got inspiration for my further studies, and returned to Finland with new insights into a very different part of Europe. I will use this internship as part of my studies, and the experience has even changed my masters thesis topic. I would (and already have) encourage anyone I know to participate in an experience like this, and I am so grateful for the opportunity that the Erasmus placement program gave me this summer. Erasmus Work Placement grantee, Malta, summer 2014

Overall, the internship genuinely exceeded my expectations. It allowed me to get a first-hand experience of working in a demanding work environment in the field of conflict prevention and crisis management with a highly motivated team, and also provided me with the possibility to participate in a specialised crisis management training course and extend my professional network, which is very valuable while working on my thesis and in the future when looking for work. Nonetheless, the main benefit of this experience has been that it has substantially clarified my career aspirations.
Erasmus Work Placement grantee, Germany, summer 2014

Erasmus Work Placement

  • Contact person: Erasmus Institutional Coordinator Noora Maja (erasmus at uta.fi)
  • Application periods
  • Application instructions (available during the application periods)

Arranging a work placement

You can arrange your Erasmus Work Placement in one of two ways:  
1. You find an Erasmus Work Placement position and apply for the Erasmus Work Placement grant the following application period.
2. You apply for the Erasmus Work Placement grant and start searching for a work placement position afterwards.

Documents needed in applying for an Erasmus Work Placement grant

  • An informal application submitted via NettiOpsu (further information available during the application periods)
  • A Europass CV

Agreements in the Erasmus Work Placement Programme

As UTA has granted you with an Erasmus work placement grant, you will receive further information via email, but in brief:
1. The Training Agreement: signed by the student, a representative of the student’s School at UTA and a representative of the employer
2. The electronic Grant Agreement: signed by the student and the Erasmus Coordinator

After returning from abroad, you need to bring the following documents to the Erasmus Office (Room A 110, main building)
1. Your Traineeship Certificate, or other applicable document of your internship, containing detailed information on the duration of your work placement period (exact dates required).
2. A placement report, to be submitted in NettiOpsu, through the section “International Exchanges”. Separate instructions on writing a placement report available here. (PDF)
3. You also have to fill in the electronic Erasmus participant report which will be sent to you automatically from the European Commission’s system when your work placement is close to its end.
4. Remember to take the second part of your language test in the OLS system. You will receive an email from OLS at the end of your work placement period.

Also remember to have your work placement accredited! Contact the person in charge of accreditation at your School and if necessary, bring them the reports and certificates they need for the accreditation process.

Further information on the documentation you need to return to the Erasmus office in the Instructions for Erasmus Work Placements guide!

Erasmus Student Charter mentions the rights and obligations of all Erasmus students for those on a placement as well as those completing a study period abroad.

 
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