Funding Opportunities

For internships abroad there are various funding opportunities, which can be applied for at the International Office.

Application Deadlines:

  • for the winter semester:    June 15
  • for the summer semester: January 15

Funding Opportunities - Application via International Office

Erasmus+ Internship (Europe)

PROMOS (outside Europe)

Students whose study or internship abroad cannot be covered by the ERASMUS programme have the possibility to submit a PROMOS application. This programme can be used to support study and practical training periods as well as short stays such as language courses and summer schools of students worldwide by means of partial scholarships, flat-rate travel expenses and course fees.

Please submit your application to the International Office.

You can download the form for an internship stay here: PROMOS-Application


If you have received or have applied for PROMOS and there are changes regarding foreign mobility due to the spread of COVID-19, the DAAD has special regulations to avoid any additional financial burden for you.

Please contact us immediately:

Andrea Kilb, 0871-506-144, andrea.kilb(at)

Bavarian State Ministry

In order to promote the internationalization of Bavarian universities and the mobility of students, the Bavarian State Ministry for Education, Culture, Science and Arts has made available funding for internships and study abroad, which can be granted upon application by outgoing students (as an alternative to PROMOS or ERASMUS) or foreign students (incoming students).

The respective funding depends on the total amount of funding provided annually to Landshut University of Applied Sciences and can therefore vary considerably.

Please submit your applications to the International Office. You can download the form here: Application for Internship Abroad

Selection Process

The selection for the scholarships, which are directly administered by the university (ERASMUS/PROMOS/StaMi), will be made according to the following principles:

  • transparent application procedure
  • qualitative selection procedure (selection board: university management and International Office)
  • Information and advice on applications and possible funding levels
  • non-discriminatory selection (within the meaning of the AGG). ERASMUS+ promotes equal opportunities and inclusion. For this reason, access to the ERASMUS+ programme is made easier for learners from disadvantaged backgrounds and with special needs.
  • Selection on the basis of the following objective, performance-related criteria:
    • Study performance and progress
    • Relevance of the stay abraod
    • Language skills
    • Only for ERAMUS: compulsory ONLINE language test
    • Only for StaMi - applications: Annual income (incl. parental support) on average max. 15,000 euros before the stay
  • You will be informed about the decision as early as possible (usually in the summer semester in February and in the winter semester at the beginning of August).

Immediately after completion of the measure, all grant beneficiaries are required to submit a report of at least 1 page to the International Office. 

ERASMUS+ participants will also receive an ONLINE link from the DAAD at the end of their stay abroad. Please note that the reports must be prepared in order to receive the total funding!

For further questions please contact the International Office.

Important information for participants with disabilities and for students with children

Special funding for participants with disabilities and for students with children is available in ERASMUS upon prior notification to the International Office (N0 03, Mrs. Kilb).

For special support for disabled students, you can also obtain useful information from the European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education:

Special funding for students with children as a lump sum: Students who take their child/children with them to an ERASMUS+ study visit in a programme country and are single parents there during the ERASMUS+ mobility period can receive special funding as a lump sum. The maximum monthly funding amount is determined by the country groups.

Financial Support from other sponsors

Bavarian University Centres

The Bavarian University Centres also grant scholarships for certain stays abroad.

Bavarian-French University Centre

Bavarian Academic Center for Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (BAYHOST)

Bavarian Academic Center for Latin America (BAYLAT)

Bavarian-Indian University Centre

Bavarian Academic Center for China (BayChina)

DAAD Funding Options

The DAAD is the organization in Germany that awards the most scholarships.

Requirements are a stay abroad during the main study period and above-average grades. Please note the application deadlines on the website of the German Academic Exchange Service or under the scholarship database with more than 200 programmes: