Erasmus+ for students

Erasmus+ for students and first-year alumni

Please note that Erasmus+ funding must be applied for and granted before you travel, it cannot be applied for afterwards.

Support for internships

Step 1 - Contact/inquiry/application to Beckmans School of Design.
Get in touch with a company or organisation where you want to do an internship. Inform them that you are a student or a first-year alumni of Beckmans School of Design.
If you get a yes from the company - inform them that you will apply for an Erasmus+ grant for your stay and that this will involve the signing of an agreement between the company, yourself and Beckmans School of Design.
Apply to Beckmans School of Design for support here

Step 2 - if your application is granted for both work experience and studies
If your stay is longer than two weeks, you will need to take a language test before the agreement is written and signed.
Language test: if your stay is longer than two weeks, you will need to take a language test, known as an OLS (Online Linguistic Support) test, at the EU Academy before the agreement is signed.
Link to the language test

The test takes about 1 hour. If the host organisation or company has language requirements, your results will help them.
If there are no language requirements, the test aims to give you an idea of your level before you travel.
When you return home, you can take another voluntary test to see for yourself whether you have improved your language skills. This test is not compulsory.

Step 3 - Agreement and signing
Agreement between the company, yourself and Beckmans School of Design is signed by all parties.

Please note that you need to have insurance to cover your stay both at work and during your free time. Check with your insurance company.

Support for studies

Step 1 - Contact and apply to Beckmans School of Design
Get in touch with an Erasmus+ accredited higher education institution. Apply to Beckmans School of Design for funding here

Step 2 - If your application is accepted
If your stay is longer than two weeks, you will need to take a language test, known as an OLS (Online Linguistic Support) test, at the EU Academy before the agreement is signed.
Link to the language test

The test takes about 1 hour. If the host organisation or company has language requirements, your results will help them.
If there are no language requirements, the test aims to give you an idea of your level before you travel.
When you return home, you can take another voluntary test to see for yourself whether you have improved your language skills. This test is not compulsory.
Please note that you will need to have insurance to cover your stay both at work and during your free time. Check with your insurance company.

Step 3 - Agreement and signing
Agreement between the university, yourself and Beckmans School of Design is signed by all parties.

For advice on your application, please contact Lisa Daram, External Relations: erasmus@beckmans.se


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