Call for Applications for Students in the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Program and Scholarship Program for Christian Young People - Academic Year 2022/2023

Call for Applications for Students in the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Program and Scholarship Program for Christian Young People

The Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Education and Regional Development of the University of Pécs calls for applications for participating in the Erasmus+ Student Mobility for Traineeships after graduation in the Academic Year 2022/2023


The aim of the call for applications:

Student mobility for traineeship is a period spent at an enterprise or an organisation in another programme country. The aim of the placement is to help students acquire competences which are relevant in the EU-wide labour market and to understand the economic and social culture of the host country. The host enterprise may be a private or public organisation active in the field of the labour market or education, training or youth, except for National Agencies and EU bodies.


Within the framework of Erasmus+ Programme, successful applicants are given the opportunity to do traineeships at the universities, professional organisations and non-profit organisations of the programme countries.


Eligible activity

  • student mobility for traineeship (2-6 months)

Who can apply?

The following students may apply:

  • Students in the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Program
  • Students in the Scholarship Program for Christian Young People
  • newly graduated students can participate in the year following their graduation
  • students have to submit their application before their graduation with an active student status – which means that the application must be submitted and evaluated and the Erasmus agreement must be concluded before obtaining the degree
  • the students’ language competence is checked in the way requested by the European Commission (on-line survey after selection and after returning home)
  • the successful applicant must take the on-line language test OLS (Online Linguistic Support) if the medium of instruction is not his/her mother tongue


Documents to be submitted by the applicants:

  1. Motivation Letter (approximately 1500 characters)
  2. Professional CV
  3. Professor’s recommendation
  4. Language certificate
  5. Transcript of records
  6. Documents certifying activities in public life and/or research
  7. Official invitation letter from the company/ institution


The amount of the grant depends on the length of the period of traineeship (number of days) and on the host country. The following amounts of grant may presumably be awarded for the academic year 2022/2023 (1 month of mobility means 30 days).


Grant rates:


Mobility for Traineeship

Countries with higher living costs

750 €

Austria (AT), Belgium (BE), Cyprus (CY), Denmark (DK), Finland (FI), France (FR), Germany (DE), Greece (EL), Ireland (IE), Iceland (IS), Italy (IT), Lichtenstein (LI), Luxemburg (LU), Malta (MT), Netherland (NL), Norway (NO), Portugal (PT), Spain (ES), Sweden (SE), United Kingdom (UK)

Countries with medium living costs

690 €

Bulgaria (BG), Czech Republic (CZ), Estonia (EE), Croatia (HR), Lithuania (LT), Latvia (LV), Poland (PL), Romania (RO), Serbia (RS), Slovenia (SI), Slovakia (SK) Macedonia (MK), Turkey (TR)


All applicants are reminded that the grant will not fully cover the costs and expenses of the travel and the stay abroad so additional sources are needed.


IMPORTANT: getting an Erasmus status does not automatically mean the transfer of the scholarship. To be eligible for participating in the mobility, the student has to:

  • manage the residence permit and visa (in the receiving country) on her/his own
  • have a fully signed Learning Agreement for Traineeship, support agreement, liability and accident insurance
  • be aware of the COVID19 regulations of the receiving country


Method and deadline for submitting the application:

In line with Faculty regulations, applications can be submitted online at Submission deadline: 13th May, 2022. If you have questions, please contact the Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Bajner Mária

Applications which are incomplete, do not satisfy the conditions, illegible or submitted after the expiry of the deadline cannot be accepted.

Evaluation of applications submitted:

Applications submitted are evaluated by a professional board, the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Faculty formed by the Faculty. The evaluation criteria are stipulated in the order of business of the committee evaluating the applications.


Applications are evaluated on the basis of the following

  • Foreign Language Competence (B2 or above)
  • Motivation letter
  • Professor’s recommendation


Good luck with your application!