What our students say
Without a doubt we would recommend to anyone to do an internship abroad as it gives you the chance to gain professional experience, learn about different culture, become independent and responsible and figure out what you enjoy doing in life.
Ivana and Alexandra, Erasmus Placement at AIM, Madrid
How to apply
To apply for any of the routes on the Erasmus programme visit our page on the CU student portal.
Support, funding and further information
Erasmus is free to get involved and funding is given to students who go on the experience as an incentive.
Funding for study placements currently ranges from 250-300 euros, depending on the location and for working placements, it is 350-400 euros. The exact funding allocations for each country can be found on the official British Council Website.
Alongside this, you may also be able to recive financial support through our 'No Hidden Extras' grant.
For further information on Erasmus you can download the following documents: