Erasmus – Internship


 Internship in the University


Internship abroad can be taken from a period of 2 to 12 months per study cycle and within a maximum of one year after the student’s graduation. The Application for Erasmus mobility grant must be done in the Home University.

You can also do your Internship in the University related to Research Program, (see Civil Engineering Research Areas). To apply for the Erasmus Mobility Grant (in your university) you will need in advance an Acceptance Letter from the Host University.

If you want to enroll in our Internship Program you have to e-mail us (the Professor of the Research Area you are interested in with copy to the Coordinator of International Relations) sending your “Motivation Letter” and the “Transcript of Records (with university stamp)”.  (Please, use your Home University e-mail address and do not use gmail, Hotmail, etc.). 

  Erasmus Mobility Grant Countries


You can do your traineeship if you are a student in one of the following countries:

§       EU countries (including outermost regions, overseas countries and territories): Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, the United Kingdom

§       EEA countries: Liechtenstein, Iceland, Norway

§       Macedonia, Turkey


  Civil Engineering Research Areas


Research areas in which you can develop your internship program with us:

§  Applied Mathematics

§  Applied Physics to Civil Engineering

§  City and Regional Planning

§  Environmental Engineering

§  Geoenvironmentl Engineering

§  Graphic-Cartographic Engineering

§  Hydro-Ecology

§  Solid Mechanics

§  Structures

§  Transport and Traffic

§  Water Engineering



José Antonio Lozano Galant

Coordinator  of  International Relations