Internship process is the most important process and experience of education for many university students. This is because the chance to experience how the theoretical knowledge learned in the lessons is applied in the field while still being a student. After an efficient internship, students can take important steps to shape their careers as they have not yet completed university studies or have just completed their studies.
Internship in Malta
After a few years in business life, it may not be possible to make radical changes in the career plan, as the comfort area or the ability to produce added value provided by the acquired work experience can be a deterrent factor in moving to a different lane. As it is because, a different lane means a career that will start from scratch, and with the worst scenario, it is likely to lead to the destruction of labour and accumulation up to that date.
For this reason, the internship process is the most important process for the students. In order to maximize the efficiency of the internship process, internship programs in a different country are also preferred alternatives.
Erasmus Internship Program in Malta
Malta is a full member of the European Union. In this context, within the framework of the Erasmus+ program implemented in the countries which are full members and candidates for full membership of the European Union, students can receive grants during their internship in Malta. Internships in Malta are accepted within the Erasmus+ program if they meet the criteria and interns can receive a grant of € 600 per month from the university they study. For example, a grant of 1200 € for a 2-month internship, 1800 € for a 3-month internship, and 3600 € for a 6-month internship can be granted under this program. The duration of the internship and the grant may be extended up to 1 year.
Erasmus Internship program is offered only to university students and each university’s criteria, process flow or some other details may be different from each other. Students who want to learn more about this subject can contact the international relations office or related department of the university where they are studying.