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Applications for study/travel abroad are accepted again

22 June 2020

Faculties have restarted their programs for internship abroad. The GUF joins this decision and students can once again submit applications for internship grants, limited to countries with code green or yellow (check the website of Ministry of Foreign affairs)
Code green indicates the country/region does not have corona measures that could have an impact on your trip. Code yellow indicates the country/region has taken corona measures with a limited impact on daily life.
Applicants must be able to prove they are definitely leaving (for example by sending in a copy of your plane ticket with your application) and that they can actually start their study (by sending in a letter from the receiving university/institute).
If your trip is canceled due to changes in corona measures and a grant was paid out, you will have to reimburse it.

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