You can register for an internship on an ongoing basis. Students need to submit the necessary documents (personally or by e-mail) and will be qualified on a first come-first served basis.

How to find Internships

1. Please specify your preferences as to the country, host institution profile and planned internship duration (2 months at minimum).

2. Draft your application documents (CV and cover letter). 
It is recommended to use the pan-European Europass CV template or consult with the Internship and Job Placement Division. When ready, the CV can be submitted for a review at:   kariera@lazarski.edu.pl kariera@lazarski.edu.pl with a request for suggestions.

3. Draft a template e-mail, paying particular attention to using correct and appropriate language. 
Next, send your e-mails with CV and cover letter attached to respective companies.

4. Find a place for your internship .
The search for an internship is usually conducted online. Surveys have shown that finding a host institution usually takes approx. 1 month. Offers posted by employers from all over Europe and useful offer search links are posted on an ongoing basis in the " Internship offers" tab.

How to apply for Internships

Student status Student status

In order to attend an internship within the scope of the Erasmus+ programme, you must be a Lazarski University student. The internship should be connected with your major. In some cases, the internship constitutes an integral part of the study programme (mandatory internship), while in others it is an opportunity to acquire additional skills and abilities (non-mandatory internship).  
For an Erasmus+ internship to be approved as mandatory, it must be consistent with the internship programme posted at the Lazarski University Internship and Job Placement Division website.

Finding an internship    

You are obligated to find an internship yourself.
You are recommended to read the information posted in the tab entitled "How to seek internship effectively?"

Internship host countries

  • 28 European Union member states;
  • European Economic Area states:
    • Iceland
    • Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
    • Norway
  • candidate:
    • Turkey.

Internship institutions

Within the scope of Erasmus+, it is possible to take part in a student internship with a foreign enterprise, a scientific and research facility, a non-profit organisation, and other institutions (state administration units, museums, libraries, hospitals, etc.).
Erasmus+ internship does not apply to EU institutions, institutions in charge of managing EU programmes, or Polish diplomatic missions abroad.
Group of EU institutions   where internship IS NOT possible
Internship institutions must be located in a country participating in the Erasmus+ programme.

Internship duration

The minimum duration of an internship is two months, e.g. 1 July - 31 August.
While internships are primarily attended in the summer, a different date can be established upon the Dean's approval.

Erasmus+ grant Erasmus+ grant

The Erasmus+ grant is awarded in order to cover the difference between living costs in Poland and abroad.  

Group 1 Group 2 Group 3
Countries in the group Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Sweden Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Romania, Slovakia.
Studies EUR 600/month EUR 500/month EUR 400/month

Funding

Erasmus+ grant Erasmus+ grant

The Erasmus+ grant is awarded in order to cover the difference between living costs in Poland and abroad.  

Group 1Group 2Group 3
Countries in the groupAustria, Denmark, Finland, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, SwedenBelgium, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, TurkeyBulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Romania, Slovakia.
StudiesEUR 600/monthEUR 500/monthEUR 400/month

Before your mobility

Before your departure for the internship, you need to deliver a complete set of required documents to room 38a or to erasmus.outgoing@lazarski.edu.pl (erasmus.outgoing@lazarski.edu.pl):

  1. Learning Agreement for traineeship - Before the mobility Learning Agreement for traineeship - Before the mobility.
  2. A copy of the insurance policy (the insurance must cover three components: accident insurance, third-party liability insurance, and health costs insurance throughout the internship period in the host country).
  3. Statement on no tuition fee arrears.
  4. Declaration on opening a bank account (domestic or international).

Issues you have to arrange on your own:

  1. Accommodation
  2. Insurance: European Health Insurance Card (with the exception of Turkey)
  3. Legalization of your stay abroad

During your stay

In case of any modifications introduced to the internship programme, you will be obligated to fill out Learning Agreement for traineeship - During the mobility Learning Agreement for traineeship - During the mobility.

In case of any issues arising during the internship within the scope of the Erasmus Programme, please contact your coordinator.

After your mobility

You will need to submit the following documents to the International Programmes Department (room 38a):

*if not filed before your departure

You will need to fill in the following documents:

  • survey of the Erasmus Programme National Agency (online)