Grant information

The Erasmus+ Traineeship grant is available for TU Delft students who will do one of the following as part of their study programme in one of the participating countries listed below in the table:

  • traineeship,
  • internship abroad
  • research project at a company, education centre, university, research centre, or other organisation

Check if you are eligible for this funding and for the application procedure on the adjoining pages. If you have any questions, you can check out the Frequently asked questions webpage too. You can also consult the checklist for an overview of the whole procedure.

The countries that participate in the Erasmus+ programme are divided into three groups: 





Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden 

€510 per month


Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, France, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Spain

€450 per month


Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, North Macedonia, Turkey

€390 per month

Please note that a calculation will be made on the basis of one month is the equivalent of 30 days. Furthermore, you are receiving a remuneration of no more than €1000,- net monthly.

You cannot apply for an Erasmus+ grant for traineeships in Switzerland.

Additional financial support for students

The additional funding can be granted for underprivileged students, students who experience one or more obstacles and students who decide to travel sustainably to and from their chosen destination.

The additional funding top up grant is a maximum of €250 per month, if you are in financial need and have a disability you can only receive up to €250 per month.  

Should you require extra financing due to a disability please read the document E+ additional funding in the ‘Useful links’ section above and send it with an email to

More information can be found under the headings below:



Online Language Support

Students who go abroad within the Erasmus+ framework have the opportunity to access OLS language courses in both their mobility language and the official local language(s) of their destination. Students have the opportunity to complete an Online Linguistic Assessment before they depart for their mobility. Based on these results, they will be automatically allocated a language course or can choose to receive an online language training.