Student Placement


This action enables students at higher education institutions to spend a placement period between 3 months and 12 months in an enterprise or organization in another participating
The objectives of student mobility for placements are:
• To help students to adapt to the requirements of the EU-wide labor market;
• To enable students to develop specific skill including language skills and to improve understanding of the economic and social culture of the country concerned in the context of
acquiring work experience;
• To promote cooperation between HEI and enterprises;
• To contribute to the development of a pool of well-qualified, open-minded and
internationally experienced young people as future professionals. Student ‘placement’ is an alternative term to the widely used term ‘trainee ship’ or ‘internship’.
Host organizations for student placements may be enterprises, training centers, research centers and other organizations.Erasmus students are selected by their home HEI in a fair and transparent way. Prior to their departure, students sign a placement agreement which includes the following
• A “Training Agreement” regarding its specific program for the placement period; this
agreement must be endorsed by the home higher education institution and the host
• A “Quality Commitment” setting out the right and obligations of all the parties specifically
for placements abroad.
• The “Erasmus Student Charter” setting out the student’s rights and obligations with respect to his/her mobility period abroad.At the end of the period abroad, full recognition must be given by the home higher education institution for the period spent abroad as agreed in the Training Agreement. Students may be awarded an Erasmus grant to help cover the travel and subsistence costs (including insurance and visa costs) incurred in connection with their placement period abroad.
The payment of any national grant or loan to outgoing students should be maintained during the Erasmus placement period abroad. An Erasmus student may follow, if offered, an Erasmus Intensive Language Course in the host language before the placement period, for which a grant may also be awarded. For more information, see the specific information on Erasmus Intensive Language Courses. Students with special needs may apply for a specific grant after they had been selected for a mobility period.

Eligibility Criteria
General eligibility rules:

Applications must be submitted by bodies which are legal entities.
- Full recognition must be given by the home institution for the period spent abroad, preferably using ECTS credits. Recognition shall be based on the training agreement approved by all
parties before the period of mobility starts. In the particular case of a period of placement that is not part of the curriculum of the student, the sending institution shall provide recognition at least by recording this period in the Diploma Supplement or if not possible in the student’s transcript of records. In addition, the use of the Europass Mobility document is encouraged.
- The student must be registered in a higher education institution which holds an Extended
Erasmus University Charter and be enrolled in higher education studies leading to a
recognized degree or other recognized tertiary level qualification up to and including the level
of doctorate.
- The student must be either:
* a national of a country participating in the Lifelong Learning Program;
* a national of other countries enrolled in regular courses in institutions of higher education in a participating country, under the conditions fixed by each of the participating countries,
taking into account the nature of the program (please refer to relevant National Agency website).
- The student may only receive two Erasmus grants: one grant for a study period and one for a placement period.
- At least the sending or the receiving country must be an EU Member State.The following types of organizations are not eligible as host organizations:
* EU institutions and other EU bodies including specialized agencies (their exhaustive list is available on the website;
* organizations managing EU program (in order to avoid a possible conflict of interests and/or double funding);
* national diplomatic representations (embassy and consulate) of the home country of the student.



The below mentioned rules will be applied for the Erasmus student selection of the academic year 2014-2015;

- For the application students should have;

First Cycle C.G.P.A 2.20/4.0;

Second Cycle and Third Cycle C.G.P.A 2.5/4.0

The students of the departments in Turkish Language of education of our University should take our University’s proficiency language test DÜİYES before they apply to the Erasmus Student Mobility for placements program.

For the selection rules;

Every student will have a final grade over 100. This grade is calculated by taking %50 of C.G.P.A and % 50 of DÜİYES ( equivalent language certificates approved by The Council Of Higher Education) results of the applicant student. All the applications should be done online between the dates declared by the International Relations Office.

The result of the selection will also be announced by the International Relations Office.


Students who wants to spend their training, placement period at Dogus University should contact to International Relations Office for a suitable training position .

As soon as they are accepted the Office will send them official acceptance letters and approve the training agreements.  So please contact before the application deadline date 13 February 2015 for the Academic Year of 2014-2015!


Please follow the links below;


- We advice you to get a student visa before you start your Erasmus placament here at Dogus University. After you enter the country you have to get a residence permit with in a month through getting an e- appointment from

- As Dogus University has no special dormitory here are the some suggested dormitories that incoming students can apply;