The main list and the waiting list for Erasmus+ KA131 Short-Term Doctoral Traineeship application results can be found in this link( The Results are also shared in the link below:

Application Results (PDF) 


Selection Criteria:

-A separate quota will be allocated for Research Assistants who are continuing their doctoral studies or carrying out post-doc studies. If this quota is not met, other candidates may be placed in the available quotas at the end of the evaluation.

- According to the rules of the National Agency, the placement scores of the candidates in this program will be based on 50% CGPA and 50% English Language score.

- Candidates who are relatives of Martyrs / Veterans will be given +15 points if they submit an official document during their application.

- Candidates who are under protection under the Law No. 2828 will be given +10 points if they submit an official document during their application.

- Disabled candidates will be awarded +10 points if they submit their disability report during their application.


 **To get these additional points, applicants have to submit their official proofs by 18.12.2022 to online application from e-Devlet. It is the applicants’s own responsibility to provide valid and reliable proofs.

Required Procedures for Awarded Applicants:

The list of document that you need to prepare before your mobility will be send to your email by your ICO advisor. (Checklist)

Participants who would like to withdraw from the program should inform ICO until 31.01.2023.  For those participants who inform ICO after the deadline, there will be 10 point deduction for their future application’s overall score.

10 points will be decreased from the granted participants for their next Erasmus applications (with European countries). Even though the participants do not conduct their mobility yet; 10 points will be decreased because of being selected and granted in this call.


4. Duration of the Activities

Duration of the Activity

METU Rules:

In order to provide mobility opportunities for a higher number of students and because of the budget limitations at METU, candidates to be selected for this type of mobility within the scope of the existing Erasmus+ KA131 budget opportunities will be granted for a minimum of 5 days and a maximum of 14 days.

Program Rules:

Within the scope of the program, internship mobility can be carried out between a minimum of 5 days and a maximum of 30 days

The last day for the activity: 31.07.2024


Eligable Countries 

Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Cyprus (Güney Kıbrıs) Germany, Greece, Iceland, Luxemburg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Malta, Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Macedonia, Czech Republic, Crotia, Slovenia, Serbia, United Kingdom

Students can participate in the Erasmus program more than once. The same student may receive grants for mobility periods totaling up to 12 months per each cycle of study (UG, MS, Ph.D.), independently from the number and type of mobility activities. This means the duration of Erasmus grants for Erasmus traineeship mobility and Erasmus student mobility and in a specific cycle of study for a student can be maximum of 12 months.


5. Erasmus+ Grants


Daily Grant (Euro)

Up to and including 14 days of physical mobility

70€ per day

From 15 to 30 days of physical mobility

50€ per day


An individual support grant can be awarded for one travel day before the activity and one travel day following the activity.


Within the scope of Short-Term Doctoral Mobility, the following amounts of Additional Grant Support can be provided to participants with fewer opportunities.


Top-up Amount

Duration of Activity

Top-up amount for students with fewer opportunities

Up to and including 14 days of physical mobility*

100 € (per day)

From 15 to 30 days of physical mobility*

150 € (per day)


 * In this case, no additional support is given for the traineeship.


6. Erasmus Mobility without Grant (Zero-Grant)

It is possible to participate in Erasmus mobility programme without grant. Those participants who would like to participate in the programme without grant need to make application and their applications need to be evaluated as the others. Those participants with zero grant have to fulfill rights and obligations of the program.

7. Additional grants for disabled participants

For disabled participants, it is possible to receive additional grants to meet their specific needs. In order for the disabled staff to be given additional grants, the beneficiary higher education institution is required to request additional grants from the Turkish National Agency. The applications for additional grants should be made during the term of the contract, but in any case up to 60 days before the contract end date. The Turkish National Agency will evaluate each application specifically and determine whether the additional grant can be granted.

For questions please consult:

Nur Seda Temur (+90 312 210 7177,