Internships Abroad


Internships abroad can be funded and/or organized by different programs. Please note that most of these programs are either directed at German citizens or at least require level C2 proficiency in German. Also, some are only open to students of certain study programs. Please see the German version of this page for more details.

International degree students with little or no knowledge of German who would like to do an internship within the EU might be able to apply for an Erasmus+ Internship:


Erasmus+ Internships


Self-organized internships outside of the EU may, under certain circumstances, be funded by a PROMOS Scholarship. Please see here for more information on the program.

The EU-ServicePoint, a point of contact created by Universität Koblenz-Landau together with other universities and higher education institutions of Rhineland-Palatinate, offers assistance for organizing an Erasmus+ internship abroad. Please find more information here.
 What exactly does the EU-ServicePoint offer?
  • scholarships for the duration of the internship
  • support with the application.
  • organizational support with the preparation and conduct of your self-organized internship abroad
  • training of intercultural skills and further key competencies
  • online accompaniment during the internship abroad
  • access to the alumni forum with advice and information from former interns
  • certificate of participation: Europass/Diploma Supplement