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Apprenticeship mobility

​To qualify for an internship through Erasmus + you must:

 

Do the internship in Europe excluding France
Be registered in the Grande Ecole programme of SKEMA Business School 
Do an internship that lasts a minimum of two months
 
NB: Students can benefit from a maximum of 12 months of Erasmus + mobility per study cycle (bachelor, master, doctorate) 
 

Organisations eligible for internships and training mobility:

 
Any organisation that exercises an economic activity whether in the private or public sector is eligible, except:
 
• European institutions or other community organisations amongst which specialised national agencies > see the complete list 
• Organisations that manage European programmes (in order to avoid potential conflicts of interest and/or double funding)
• Diplomatic representations or national public institutions (embassies, consulates, cultural institutes, schools etc.) from the country sending the student abroad -  in order to respect the intercultural aspect of mobility.
 

Recognition of mobility

 
The internship period is an integral part of the study programme and is systematically mentioned in the diploma supplement.
Students may benefit from a financial allowance during their mobility according to certain criteria

Rates applicable 2016-2017 for internship mobility: 
 

GROUP ​COUNTRY ​MONTHLY RATE

1

Austria, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Lichtenstein, Norway, Sweden and United Kingdom ​360 euros
​2Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain and Turkey  ​310 euros
3​Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania,  Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Republic of Macedonia  310 euros


 

Erasmus + mobility for persons with special needs

 
Erasmus + institutions take all possible measures to ensure mobility for the severely handicapped or persons with special needs. In the Erasmus + programme, a person with special needs is defined as “a potential participant whose state of mental and/or physical health requires particular financial support”. A request for complementary funding for such individuals must be made at the latest one month before the start of the mobility period.

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