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Internship/Traineeship

Incoming Erasmus Internship Students

 

Applications for incoming Erasmus internship students (i.e., for those students who will not be attending modules) should first of all be submitted to the CIT Erasmus Office, and not to the host department.  Such applications should be submitted at least 3 months prior to the start of the proposed internship period.  Please note that incoming internship students are required to submit the same support documents as those requested for incoming study exchange students (please see below).  All internship applications must also be approved by the responsible person at the home institution.

 

How to Apply

 1. 

The Erasmus Internship application form. This form can be downloaded as a Word document here.  (Please type your information into the form.)

 2. 

The Erasmus learning agreement for traineeships. This document can be downloaded as a Word document here. The learning agreement must be signed by you and the by Erasmus academic coordinator at your home university. Please click on the link above to download the CIT learning agreement for traineeships. You may also use your home institution’s version.  Details of all CIT full-time courses are available at this link: http://www.cit.ie/courses.

 3. 

A current curriculum vitae/resume.

 4. 

Your latest available transcripts of results.

 5. 

A scanned copy of your European Health Insurance Card.

 6. 

A scanned copy of your passport photo page.

 

 

Please Note:  Students who will require a visa to study in Ireland should read the information at the following link on the CIT website:
http://www.cit.ie/international/admissions/student-visas/

The application form and documents listed above should be scanned and emailed from your international office to: Erasmus@cit.ie at least 3 months before the proposed start date of the internship period.

 

Confirmation of Acceptance

Applications will be reviewed by the CIT Erasmus academic coordinator in the relevant department.  When your application has been approved by the receiving department, you will receive a confirmation of acceptance email from the CIT Erasmus office.  You can then start to prepare all other practical matters related to your stay in Cork.  Any further information, such as orientation arrangements, will be emailed to you, in due course.

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