The IECLO traineeship project aims to provide participants with the basic, theoretical and practical, tools in order to interpret and apply the European and international criminal law in the fields of legal professions, diplomacy, organizations and courts both international and of the European union.
To this end Trainees will be included in the IECLO Secretariat (with a personal page on the IECLO website), and will participate in the Observatory teaching projects, research initiatives, and community engagement, developing or improving research and writing skills and producing a final research paper in the fields of investigation published on the Observatory website.
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Erasmus+ supports traineeships (work, placements internships) abroad at any workplace for students currently enrolled in higher education institutions in Programme Countries at short-cycle Bachelor and Master level as well as for doctoral candidates. These opportunities are also open to recent graduates.
By doing a traineeship abroad, you can greatly improve your knowledge, skills and competences that employers are looking for.
Benefits for students and recent graduates
- develop entrepreneurial and creative skills highly valued by future employers
- improve foreign language skills, interpersonal and inter-cultural teamwork skills
- gain a deeper understanding of another country and culture
Benefits for receiving institution/organisation
- a trainee can provide a new international perspective, innovative ideas and active support
- a trainee brings fresh enthusiasm and increased competitiveness and innovation
- getting trainees’ insights into their home culture can open doors to new markets and expand the business
- enhance competences at the receiving institution/organisation: the trainee learns from staff, but staff can also learn from an international trainee through interaction with different languages and up-to-date IT skills
Traineeships can receive Erasmus+ support from 2 to 12 months.
Students and recent graduates can also do a blended mobility, which means combining a short physical stay abroad (between 5 and 30 days) with a virtual period.
Trainees can also combine an Erasmus+ traineeship with a study period abroad.
The traineeship must be relevant for the degree-related learning and personal development needs and, wherever possible, be integrated in the study programme.
A traineeship can take place at any organisation located anywhere in the world (with the exception of EU institutions, bodies and agencies).
Erasmus+ grant levels are published in the Erasmus+ Programme Guide.
How to apply
You can apply through the international or Erasmus+ office of your higher education institution.
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Make sure you know your rights and obligations when you study or do a traineeship abroad.
Students with further questions about taking part in Erasmus+ should check the frequently asked questions before contacting their institution or their National Agencies for Erasmus+ Programme countries.
You can also download a guide on blended mobility, detailing how higher education institutions can organise blended mobility opportunities for students and staff.
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