All students who meet the following criteria may participate in traineeships within Erasmus+ Programme:
- At the time of departure for the traineeship, the student is enrolled in an accredited Bachelor, Master or doctoral study programme at MENDELU in regular, combined or distance study.
- The student is a citizen of one of the participating programme countries or a citizen of another state and studies in an accredited study programme in one of the programme countries.
- The student was selected in the due selection procedure.
- At the time of departure abroad, the student must be enrolled in the study at the faculty that mediates the mobility.
- The length of the study period ranges from 3 to 12 months.
- The student must work full time in the recipient organization, as customary in the country concerned.
- The student may not participate in a traineeship in the country of residence.
- Traineeships are not organized pursuant to interinstitutional agreements; it must be nevertheless agreed and confirmed in advance on the basis of the Traineeship Agreement (TA), signed by the three parties.
- The traineeship must be a part of the study programme of the student and approved by the home faculty and subsequently recognized and recorded in the Diploma Supplement.
- The successful completion of the traineeship is contingent on the fulfilment of activities planned in the TA.
- The programme is not intended for students who came to the Czech Republic under Erasmus Mundus programme.
Repeated student mobility under Erasmus+ Programme:
The European Commission set the following rules for repeated student mobility within Erasmus+:
- Each student may participate in a study period and/or traineeship repeatedly in each study cycle up to the total length of 12 months.
- Previous mobilities (study periods and work placements together) are added up in the study cycle concerned including mobilities realized within LLP Erasmus 2007-2013 and Erasmus Mundus.
Although repeated study periods of students within Erasmus+ are possible, applications to such stays may be assessed on the basis of preferences announced in the selection procedure, due to the limited financial means assigned to this activity.