As part of the Swiss-European Mobility Programme, students of the University of Lucerne can apply for a scholarship when undertaking an internship abroad, within Europe.
For internships within Europe, partial scholarships can be applied for within the framework of the Swiss-European Mobility Programme (SEMP).
The following conditions apply:
- You have secured an internship placement and a supervisor within a company or at a university in an Erasmus+ Programme Country;
- Your internship lasts a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 12 months;
- You are enrolled at the University of Lucerne at the time of your application (BA, MA or doctorate) or by the end of the internship, your graduation from a degree programme (BA or MA) at the University of Lucerne is not more than 12 months ago.
- You look for an internship in an Erasmus+ Programme Country on your own.
- You get into contact with the mobility advisor within your home faculty regarding possible accreitation (for internships completed during your studies).
- You submit the application form to the International Relations Office: international@ unilu.ch
- The application must be submitted in full at least 30 days before the start of the internship.
- After the application has been reviewed and if funds are available, you will receive confirmation of your scholarship from the International Relations Office. You will also be informed about the next steps in the process and receive various forms to fill out: Learning Agreement for Traineeships, Insurance Declaration, Declaration of Honour (Scholarship Agreement), Certificate of Attendance, Final Report.
- Please return the completed and signed forms to international. @ unilu.ch
The scholarship amount is CHF 440 per month. The number of scholarships that can be awarded is limited and will be awarded on a first come, first served basis. To apply for a scholarship, please complete the application form below.
Furthermore students receiving a 'SEMP internship' grant can also apply for a 'Green travel' grant. More information can be found on the 'Greener Mobility Programme' webpage.