Sucharskiego Street 2, 35-225 Rzeszów; Poland +48 (0-17) 866 13 06 University Coordinator for Erasmus+ 

 praktyki-zagraniczne PLwezszyMulticultural and multilingual labor market in international forums are looking for future employees who will be characterized by mobility, flexibility, creativity, self-confidence and independence. International practices are increasingly popular form of gaining experience for young people and continuously highly appreciate element of CV!

A report prepared by a team of European Impact Study, shows that: "92% of employers are looking for personality traits boosted by the programme such as tolerance, confidence, problem-solving skills, curiosity, knowing one's strengths/weaknesses, and decisiveness when making a recruitment decision. Tests before and after exchange periods abroad reveal that Erasmus students show higher values for these personality traits, even before their exchange starts; by the time they come back, the difference in these values increases by 42% on average, compared with other students".Zatrudnienie i rozwój kariery-badanie-EIS-2014 EN

Source: based on "The Erasmus impact Study", Luxemburg, Publication Office of the European Union, 2014.

Take a chance!

Thanks to the Erasmus+ Programme you have an opportunity to:

  • increase your employment opportunities
  • gain internationals contact
  • improve foreign language skills
  • expand the social networks
  • take the benefits back in the academic dimension: recognition of the traineeship as to be equivalent to the curriculum, receive a recognition of the undergone practice in the Diploma Supplement, obtaining ECTS credits

The host institution must be located in a country eligible to participate in Erasmus + Programme. You can do an internship in one of the following countries:

  • 28 European Union Member States;
  • 3 countries belonging to European Economic Area: Norway, Lichtenstein, Island;
  • 2 candidates coutries: FYROM (Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia) and Turkey.

The host institution may be¹:

  • Higher education institutions holding an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE), or
  • Any public or private organisation active in the labour market or in the fields of education, training and youth (e.g. public/private company from SMEs sector, research institute, foundation, educational centres, consulting centres, information services)
¹ NOTE: 
The following types of organisations are not eligible as receiving organisations for student traineeships: EU institutions and other EU bodies including specialised agencies; organisations managing EU programmes such as national agencies! (a detailed list is available here)

About us

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under Erasmus+ Programme 2014/15 (OS). This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Polish National Agency and European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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