ERASMUS + is an internship program funded by the European Union. The program enables degree students of the University / College to complete a traineeship period with the support of an Erasmus grant. Before applying the grant student must acquire a placement independently. You can bring along from any one of 33 countries in Europe, with whom your University / College has an agreement and most students receive a grant to help cover cost of living.

The program will give you experience in your chosen field, as well as the experience of working in a different country. You will also develop individual skills. This includes new language skills as well as practical training. You will also learn about your host country and experience the culture.


An internship may be done in the following European

countries that joined the ERASMUS + Program:

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark,

Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Latvia,

Lithuania, Italy Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland,

Potugal, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Romania,

Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Hungary, Iceland,

Liechtenstein,Norway, Turkey and the former Yugoslav

Republic of Macedonia.

  • Spain
  • Germany
  • France
  • United Kingdom
  • Italy
Student international internship
Recent graduates international internship

Student International Internship – to foreign company or institution.

Recent Graduate’s International Internship – to a foreign company or institution. The Recent graduate internship must end in a year after graduation ( application) must be submitted during the last year of studies.


To go on an internship abroad you must be registered at an institution of higher education and be studying for a higher qualification. Examples include bachelors, masters or doctoral degrees.

Once selected, you may be asked to complete a language assessment test. Depending on your ability, your current university or college may offer you a free language course or other forms of support to prepare you for your time abroad.

The host organization where you will do your internship can be private or public. They must be active in the labor market, though, or in the fields of education, training or youth.

  1. UE citizens – at least 4 weeks before the planned start date of an internship.
  2. Non-UE citizens – 11 weeks before the planned start date of internship due to VISA procedures.

A Student accepted for an international exchange has full right to apply for a scholarship, for the period of the placement, in accordance with the rates given by the EU. The amount of the grant depends on the destination country. To find out more about the amount of financial support you can expect get in touch with the International Relations Office at your University. Or visit European Funding Guide website.

You can get extra money by working. Any payment provided by the host organization, for example, does not affect the awarding of your Erasmus grant. Part-time work is also allowed so long as you maintain the activities listed in the agreed program.

Your first step to getting an internship – and a grant – is to visit the ERASMUS Office, the Internship Coordinator, or the International Office at your place of study. All educational organizations have different procedures and deadlines so it is important that you understand these well in advance.

  • Scholarships size in Euros/month


For more information about Scholarships, visit the European Funding Guide and My degree Guide website.


There is nothing to hide that today’s tough job market  is very competitive and it is hard to settle. Students, who are looking for internship placement, permanently solve the puzzle – how to find the right company, to provide, the right positions in order to gain professional experience. We started our work in order to help students and make it easier for them to find right internship placement and get professional experience. Because of successful mutual cooperation with companies we have achieved a large number of satisfied students. We operate one of the most successful partnerships – recognizing individual student abilities and offering most suitable internship placement.

Internship abroad is likely to boost your future job prospects. Employers are looking for graduates to have international experience either by studying or working abroad. Anyone who is able to put on their CV that they internship led abroad is a huge plus in terms of impressing future employers. It will demonstrate to your future employer that you have the ability to stand on your own two feet,

Contact us

You can contact us by e-mail: info@interrex.lt

” Granada Spain is one of the main destinations for Erasmus students. Our interns in Granada are more that happy to have the experience of being in the most beautiful city in Spain ! “
“My internship could not be any better. I am working in a really good company, with easy-going people who are willing to help you, answer your questions, teach you. I feel lucky that I am a part of a such an amazing team.Furthermore, Interrex helped me more than enough to find an internship, being there in the whole process. I am also feeling glad that I trust you with my internship..”
Georgia Aloutzanidou – student from Greece
Paid internship at Real Estate Agency in Barcelona
“Interrex team was super helpful to me and gave me all necessary informations I needed, also switched my Internship dates as I asked so I could come and experience Spain.”
Ivan – student from Croatia
Internship in Spain at leading insurance company
“Interrex at the begining provides important information which was really helpful for my preparation before I come in Granada for my internship . Futhermore, from the first minute I arrived in Granada they took care of me. Also they answered all of my questions promptly and accurately. Once again thank you for your help all this time !!!”
Stephanie Michael – student from Cyprus
Internship in Spain at leading insurance company
“Interrex helped me with good information, before coming to Spain I was well informed. I am satisfied with their service and their ability to be always ready to help the interns.”
Laura Russo – student from Italy
Marketing Representative at Event Organizer in Barcelona
“After I searched for a long time for an Internship in a cool place. I was lucky I found Interrex and the truth is they got me out of a lot of trouble. After they show me their service I was really pleased, for me it was the best part of Interrex. They took good care of me while I was living in Granada. Thank you very much!!”
Ana Correia – student from Portugal
Business events management internship in Granada
“I found Interrex online while I was looking for an internship, I didn’t have planned to go to Spain, but Interrex gave me this option and it was the best decision I could make. Spain is a beautiful country and a vibrant atmosphere for Erasmus! I am grateful that Interrex took good care of me and helped me whenever I needed. Good service, thank you.”
Anastasia – student from Poland
Internship related to EU educational projects