Atılım University Erasmus+ Student Internship Mobility Program for the Summer of 2023
Project No: 2021-1-TR01-KA131-HED-000003180
Summer 2023 Erasmus+ Student Internship Mobility Program - General Information
Applications for the Erasmus+ Student Internship Mobility Program for the Summer of 2023 open on Monday, February 27, 2023, and close on Monday, March 20, 2023. You may apply via the Erasmus Application Portal. You will be required to provide your E-State (“E-Devlet”) credentials once you click the menu titled “Bireysel” (“Individual”) on the Erasmus Application Portal. Then, please select the relevant Atılım University announcement to complete your application. The Eligibility Conditions and Selection Criteria for the Erasmus+ Student Internship Mobility Program for the Summer of 2023 are as follows. Once the application window closes, all applicants will be required to take the English Proficiency Test to be held by Atılım University. The relevant notification will be sent to all applicants. Please note: Students who hold a valid Toefl IBT or IELTS examination result may choose to present their documentation to the Directorate of International Relations in lieu of taking the English Proficiency Exam. The deadline for the presentation of your language-related documentation is March 13, 2023. No language-related documentation presented past the deadline will be accepted, rendering the applicant obligated to take the English Proficiency Exam.
How to Apply
To apply to the Erasmus+ Student Internship Mobility Program for the Summer of 2023, please visit the Erasmus Application Portal at https://erasmusbasvuru.ua.gov.tr/. While there, please click the “Bireysel” (“Individual”) tab, and find the announcement by Atılım University titled “Erasmus+ Student Internship Mobility Program for the Summer of 2023” to start your application process. You will be required to provide your details in full, and upload your current transcript.
Students who provide their application information in full through the Erasmus Application Portal are required to have their "Application Printout" printed to constitute their proof of application.
IMPORTANT NOTE: All documentation and information relating to applicants are to be uploaded in full to the Erasmus Application Portal as required. Applications with missing information and documentation shall be deemed invalid. Please apply within the application period. No applications shall be received past the deadline.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Students applying for both the Erasmus+ Student Mobility Program and the Erasmus+ Summer Internship Mobility Program within the same semester shall have only one of their application prioritized. Therefore, you are advised to apply for a single mobility program, rather than both.
IMPORTANT NOTE: +10 points shall be awarded to students presenting their Acceptance Letters for the Summer 2023 Erasmus+ Student Internship Program by the deadline of March 13, 2023; should their Acceptance Letters meet the conditions for acceptability. To have your Acceptance Letter tested for acceptability, please submit your letter via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or deliver it to the Office of the Directorate of International Relations.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The regular deadline to submit your Acceptance Letters for the Summer 2023 Erasmus+ Student Internship Mobility Program is May 31, 2023. Acceptance Letters will be denied past the deadline.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The regular deadline for the Summer 2023 Erasmus+ Student Internship Mobility Program is September 30, 2023. Therefore, your Acceptance Letters should cover the 2-month period between June - September 30, 2023, at minimum. Erasmus Internship Mobility programs ending after September 30, 2023 will not be applicable.
Eligibility Conditions - Minimum Conditions
Students should meet the minimum conditions below to participate in the program:
1- Applicants must be full time students who are registered in a higher education program in one of the formal education levels (Levels One, Two, or Three) (Level One: Undergraduate degree programs; Level Two: Graduate degree programs; Level Three: Doctorate degree programs)
2- The CGPA of the students in the first level must be minimum 2.20/4.00.
3- Applicants from Level Two and Level Three programs should exhibit an academic CGPA of at least 2.50/4.00.
4- The durations for mobility programs vary between 2 to 4 months, for different educational levels. Students in all grades, including senior-year students, may participate in the internship program throughout their period of study. In addition, senior-year students may participate in the program after their graduation, until the internship deadline. The sum of mobility periods for internship after graduation and mobility before graduation at the same level may not exceed 12 months.
5- Students having previously taken part in the mobility programs within the Erasmus+ periods of 2014-2020 and/ or 2021-2027 may apply if their total participation period does not exceed 12 months, including the activity for which they are applying.
50% academic success (over 100)
50% language skills (over 100)
+15 points for the children of martyrs and veterans
+10 points for students with disabilities (on the condition that they prove their disability)
+10 points for students subject to protection, care, or accommodation within the scope of Social Services Law no. 2828, and Child Protection Law no. 5395
+10 points for students presenting an Acceptance Letter from their place of internship during application
+5 points in favor of Digital Opportunity Trust internships (DOTs).
-10 points for previous participation (with or without grants)
-10 points for participation in mobility programs in their country of citizenship
-10 points for failure to participate without the presentation of a waiver notice
-10 points for simultaneous applications for multiple mobility programs (To be deducted on the program of the applicant’s choice)
For students selected for participation:
-5 points for failure to attend to meetings/ training sessions on mobility organized by the higher education institution without an excuse (to be deducted from their next Erasmus application)
-5 points for failure to take the language proficiency exam, contradicting their previous declaration to take it (to be deducted from their next Erasmus application)
Prioritization conditions to minimize the effects of the catastrophic Earthquake of February 6, 2023, affecting 10 Turkish cities (Adana, Adıyaman, Diyarbakır, Gaziantep, Hatay, Kahramanmaraş, Kilis, Malatya, Osmaniye, and Şanlıurfa) on the Erasmus+ Mobility Programs:
Students registered in ECHE-holding higher education institutions who are residing in the 10 cities in question, or who have first-degree or second-degree relatives in the 10 cities, shall be prioritized with +10 points with regards to their applications to Erasmus+ Student Mobility programs.
First and Second-Degree Relatives: Their parents, children, spouses, parents in-law, grandparents, grandparents in-law, grandchildren, and siblings
Please note: Deductions are to be made from the total score.
Please note: Students of double major programs may only apply from a single major within one application period.
Please note: The waiver notice period for the students eligible to participate in the Erasmus+ Student Internship Mobility Program, and made the list of “PRIMARY and SUBSTITUTE PARTICIPANTS” list wish to stop participating in the Erasmus mobility program will be announced in a separate e-mail after the selection process, and if a waiver is not submitted within this period, "-10 points" shall be deducted from any subsequent Erasmus mobility application of the student eligible for mobility.
Monthly/ Daily Grants as per Countries/ Activities
Country Groups Country Monthly Grants (Euro)
Program Countries in Groups 1 and 2: 750 €
Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France,
Cyprus, the Netherlands, Ireland, Spain, Sweden, Italy, Iceland,
Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Portugal, Greece
Program Countries in Group 3: 600 €
Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, North Macedonia,
Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey
The student quota is 23 for the Summer 2023 Erasmus+ Student Internship Mobility Program.
· The English Proficiency Exam takes place after the applications close. The date and venue information regarding the relevant exam shall be sent to the e-mail addresses of all applying students.
· Applications of undergraduate degree students unable to meet the minimum CGPA of 2.20 shall be annulled.
· Applications of Graduate and Doctorate degree students unable to meet the minimum CGPA of 2.50 shall be annulled.
· Applications of students unable to meet the minimum score of 60 in the English Proficiency Exam shall be annulled.
· Selected students should visit the Office of the Directorate of International Relations to learn about the procedures to follow once the list of students to participate in the Erasmus Student Mobility Program is announced.
· The first Orientation Meeting on the Erasmus Mobility Program is to be held after the student selection process, and the date and venue of the relevant meeting shall be announced to the students via e-mail.
· 80% of the total grants are paid to the students selected to participate in the Erasmus Mobility program before their mobility begins, and the remaining 20% is paid when they submit the necessary documents upon their return and once the participant report is completed.
· The grants for Erasmus+ Student Internship Mobility Programs are provided for a period of 2 months.
· The period for internships should be minimum 2 months to be applicable as an Erasmus+ Student Internship Program. Acceptance Letters for programs under 2 months are not applicable. In addition, the Erasmus Student Internship Mobility shall be annulled for internship practices ending earlier than 2 months.
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