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Campus Mundi internship



CAMPUS MUNDI scholarship for internship abroad (primarily for students with ERASMUS+ zero grant status)

Within the framework of the Campus Mundi (mobility and internationalisation in higher education) programme (project: EFOP-3.4.2-VEKOP/15), the Tempus Public Foundation calls for applications for student mobility for internship abroad, to be carried out in the period between 1 June 2017 and 30 September 2018.



The objective of the programme is that applicants acquire competences, experience and skills, which are closely connected to their studies at the home university, and which can be an advantage for them in the labour market. In the case of master and PhD students, research work can also be supported, if it is closely connected to their study requirements.

The mobility for internship can be performed in countries participating in the Erasmus+ programme as well as in other countries. Within the framework of the current call, students cannot apply to the countries participating in the Stipendium Hungaricum programme, a separate call will be issued for those countries.

The minimum duration of the internship is 2 months (60 days) excluding the days of travel, the maximum duration is 5 months. The internship must be finished no later than 30 September 2018.

Students currently studying in Hungary with the Stipendium Hungaricum programme or any other Hungarian state scholarship are NOT eligible to apply.

In case an applicant applies to a country which is part of the Erasmus+ programme[1], at the same time they must also submit and Erasmus+ zero grant application to the University of Debrecen International Relations Office (Erasmus+ call for application here:

Applications cannot be submitted to countries not suggested for travel by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs:


Selection of the host organization

Applicants are responsible for finding themselves a host organization and obtaining a letter of acceptance from them (letter of acceptance sample form below).

The internship or research can be performed at any institution (company, recognised higher education institution, research institute, museum, archives etc.). The host institution cannot be:

  • institutions and agencies of the EU
  • organizations dealing with EU programmes
  • diplomatic and public institutions of the home country of the student in the receiving country (embassies, consulates, cultural institutions, schools)

The internship must be carried out as an activity of min. 30 working hours/week.



Eligible participants:

Any registered student of any Hungarian higher education institution who fulfils the following requirements:

- has completed at least one semester of studies

- will be in active student status during the mobility period

- possesses at least a B2-level (intermediate) knowledge of the language of education (if the host institution requires a higher level of language knowledge, then that requirement should be fulfilled)

- has submitted his/her Erasmus+ application for internship to the home university, if the internship is to be carried out in an Erasmus+ programme country

- undertakes to participate in the alumni system of the programme for five years after finishing the mobility and provides his/her contact data for that purpose.

Students currently studying in Hungary with the Stipendium Hungaricum programme or any other Hungarian state scholarship are NOT eligible to apply.


Scholarship rates:

Depending on the living costs of the host country, scholarship holders can receive 200 000-350 000 HUF scholarship per month. The sum of the support is determined based on the length of the mobility (on the principle of rounding to half-months). When calculating the mobility period, 1+1 days are included for travel in European countries and 2+2 travel days are included in the mobility period for non-European countries.

The scholarship will be paid in two instalments, 90% will be transferred after signing the mobility contract, while the remaining 10% will be transferred after return and closing the mobility.

Scholarship rates by country groups

Bulgaria, Estonia, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malta, Romania, Slovakia

max. 200 000 HUF/month
Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Greece, the Netherlands, Croatia, Iceland, Luxemburg, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Slovenia, Turkeymax. 210 000 HUF/month

Austria, Denmark, United Kingdom, Finland, France, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Italy, Sweden

max. 220 000 HUF/month
Other countriesmax. 350 000 HUF/month


Supplementary subsidies can be requested (social subsidy and subsidy for students with special needs or chronic disease. Students of the University of Debrecen should contact the International Office of the University of Debrecen for more information.)


Submission of the application


The application can be submitted by filling in the online application form available at the website and by uploading the requested attachments.

Please note that is entirely in Hungarian.


Attachments to upload:


-          Motivation letter and work plan (sample form must be used, see below)

-          Teacher’s recommendation and institutional approval form signed by the Campus Mundi coordinator of your faculty AND by the head of the university’s International Office  (sample form must be used, see below)

-          Letter of acceptance filled-in and signed by the receiving organization (see the sample below).

-          Confirmation by the Registrar’s Office about the grade point averages (GPA) of the student including the cumulative, corrected GPA (“összesített korrigált kreditindex” in Hungarian, see sample form below)

-          Document certifying at least B2 (intermediate) level of language skills of the language in which the internship is carried out. If the host organization requires a higher level of knowledge, then that level should be confirmed. Documents accepted here: (1) state certified language exam, or (2) certificate about the applicant’s language skills issued by a university foreign language department, or (3) certificate about the applicant’s language skills issued by the home university’s foreign language centre, or (4) international high school diploma, if the language of instruction in high school was English.

-          Printed, signed and scanned application form (this form is generated by the online application platform after you have uploaded all the required documents mentioned above; you should print it, scan it and upload it).

Optional documents:

-          Optional: confirmation in the case of 1st-3rd placements in the Students’ Scientific Association Contest or in the National Students’ Scientific Association Contest or confirmation of equivalent research work (publication, scientific article, certificate from international contest).

-          Optional: confirmation of scientific, arts or sport achievements

-          Optional: other community involvement (participation in tutoring of foreign students, membership in Students’ Union, ESN etc.)

-          Optional: in case of eligibility for a social subsidy, the official confirmation (see below the form to be used)

-          For students with special needs (those with disabilities or chronic disease), a summary of the disease or status (not older than three months)

-          Other documents considered important by the applicant for supporting the application

Mode of submitting the application:

- if the student is applying for a mobility for internship in an Erasmus+ programme country, he/she must also submit an application for an Erasmus+ student mobility for traineeship to the home university, according to the call published by the home university. The Erasmus+ application is completely separate from the Campus Mundi application, the call for application and all the details for University of Debrecen students are to be found here:

- if the student is applying to other countries (not the Erasmus+ programme countries), then only the Campus Mundi application should be submitted, but it is still advisable to consult the International Office of the home university.


Deadlines for submission of the applications:

The submission of application is possible continuously. It is recommended that the application is submitted no later than 3 months before the starting date of the internship.

Evaluation and decision:

The home university checks if the application fulfils the formal requirements, then the accepted applications will be evaluated by the experts of Tempus Public Foundation.

Students will be notified by email about the result of the application.

For those students whose Campus Mundi application is supported and who will carry out their mobility in an Erasmus+ programme country, the home university will prepare a zero grant Erasmus+ contract.

After the zero grant Erasmus+ contract is signed, students will sign a grant agreement with Tempus Public Foundation. Tempus Public Foundation will afterwards transfer the stipend to the student’s Hungarian bank account.


Other information

There is no provision for an appeal against the decision of the Tempus Public Foundation.

The Campus Mundi scholarship cannot be complemented with another mobility scholarship administered by the Tempus Public Foundation or the EU.

Students currently studying in Hungary with the Stipendium Hungaricum programme or any other Hungarian state scholarship are NOT eligible to apply.

Only those students can receive a Campus Mundi scholarship whose Erasmus+ application has been approved by the home university.

Non-Hungarian citizens or those having double citizenship cannot apply for a scholarship to the country where they hold citizenship.



The online application form is available at the website The online application form is in Hungarian.

Please make sure you use the sample forms provided below. Other forms will not be accepted.

Sample forms to be uploaded with your application:

  1. Letter of motivation, study plan
  2. Confirmation about the GPA (to be signed by the Registrar's Office)
  3. Teacher’s recommendation and institutional approval (to be signed by the Campus Mundi coordinator of your faculty AND the head of the International Office at the University of Debrecen)
  4. Letter of acceptance (internship)
  5. Confirmation about community service or voluntary work (optional form)
  6. Confirmation of eligibility for social subsidy (optional form)


Students of the University of Debrecen can ask for assistance in filling in the forms and the application form from the colleagues of the International Office (Debrecen, Egyetem tér 1. Villa No. 1.)

Office hours:

Mon, Wed, Fri: 9.00-11.30

Tue, Thu: 13.00-15.00

[1] Erasmus+ programme countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, United Kingdom, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Netherland, Croatia, Ireland, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Hungary, Malta, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Iceland, Liechtenstein, FYRO Macedonia, Turkey, Norway.




Esemény dátuma: 
2017/09/15 to 2018/09/30