European students can make an internship in Switzerland, even if Switzerland does not participate in Erasmus+ any more. Interns receive a scholarship financed by the Swiss government through the Swiss-European Mobilty Programme (SEMP).
Students wishing to come to UNIL for an internship must be affiliated to an institution that has obtained the Erasmus+ charter.
Students wishing to come to UNIL for an internship must be affiliated to a partner institution of UNIL, i.e. with which UNIL has signed a student mobility agreement.
Incoming trainees must complete their internship before obtaining the degree for which they are doing the internship at their home university.
Incoming trainees must be in their first (Bachelor) or second (Master) cycle of study only at their home university. Postgraduate trainees (PhD) are not eligible for a SEMP scholarship.