ERASMUS+ Traineeship Offers

How to apply

  • Please consult the list of offers bellow
  • In case you are interested in joining a project, follow the application instructions that can be found in the offer form
  • When submitting the application by email to always indicate the reference number(s) of the offer(s)
  • If you are accepted, an Erasmus+ learning agreement for traineeships is also required. Please contact your home University International office/Coordinators for more details on internal application process before arriving at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon.


Research Units at the Faculty of Sciences


List of Traineeship offers

Traineeship offers
Ref. Center/Department   Project On  
15/2021 BioISI/Chemistry and Biochemistry Changes in synaptic plasticity and lipid raft composition induced in vitro by hypoxia and oxygen-glucose deprivation 17/09/2021 Closed
14/2020 BioISI/Chemistry and Biochemistry Isolation, purification and characterization of Staphyloccocus aureus extracellular vesicles 15/12/2020 Closed
13/2020 cE3c/Biology Research project as part of Biology Studies (BSc Thesis) 10/12/2020 Closed
12/2020 MARE/Biology Structural and functional patterns of ivertebrate communities within a no-take area (Arrábida MPA) 04/12/2020 Closed
11/2020 CFCUL/History and Philosophy of Sciences Advanced learning in Philosophy of Science with focus on Applied Evolutionary Epistemology 03/12/2020 Closed
10/2020 BioISI/Chemistry and Biochemistry Impact of Staphyloccocus aureus extracellular Vesicles (SEVs) on Airway Epithelial Differentiation and Repair 03/12/2020 Closed
9/2020 MARE/Biology Evaluate the protection effect of a no-take zone with experimental fishing in the Alentejo Coast 25/11/2020 Closed
8/2020 CFCUL/History and Philosophy of Sciences Advanced learning in Philosophy of Science with focus on Applied Evolutionary Epistemology 19/11/2020 Closed
7/2020 BioISI/Chemistry and Biochemistry Functional Characterization of CFTR by Different Methodological Approaches 12/11/2020 Closed
6/2020 CFCUL/History and Philosophy of Sciences Development and Evolution in the Light of Molecular Biology 10/11/2020 Closed
5/2020 LASIGE/Informatics Semantic Labelling of Biomedical Data 09/11/2020 Closed
4/2020 CENTRA/Physics Simulating JWST observations of star forming regions 06/11/2020 Closed
3/2020 BioISI/Chemistry and Biochemistry Metabolites in living cells under the effect of natural bioactive molecules 04/11/2020 Closed
2/2020 CMAFcIO/Statistics and Operational Research Goodness-of-fit in the context of Mixture Models 30/10/2020 Closed
1/2020 CFTC/Physics The shape of water 30/01/2020 Closed
9/2019 cE3c/Biology Odisseia Pelo Clima (climate odissey) 06/12/2019 Closed
8/2019 BioISI/Chemistry and Biochemistry Protein Misfolding in Metabolic Disorders 28/10/2019 Closed
7/2019 IDL_CQE/Geographic Engineering, Geophysics and Energy Material laser processing and characterization for energy production and storage 23/10/2019  
6/2019 IBEB/Physics Genetic underpinnings of human brain function and structure 14/10/2019 Closed
5/2019 IBEB/Physics Multimodal biomarkers to predict the onset and prognosis of neuropsychiatric illnesses 14/10/2019 Closed
4/2019 IBEB/Physics The Neurobiology of Social Cognition 14/10/2019 Closed
3/2019 BioISI/Chemistry and Biochemistry Antimicrobial functional agents for water bio-decontamination 07/10/2019  
2/2019 BioISI/Chemistry and Biochemistry Influence of mismatch novelty training in synaptic plasticty and monoaminergic inputs to the hippocampus 01/10/2019 Closed
1/2019 CFTC/Physics Fluid-structure interaction in heterogeneous porous media 25/09/2019  



Erasmus Placements allows students to investigate in our centres, keeping the student status, with all its benefits - including the right to apply for our Student Residences. The Erasmus Placement should last a minimum of 2 months and a maximum of 12 months.

How to apply for an ERASMUS Placement? 

If you are interested in doing an Erasmus placement by joining a Research Group at Faculdade de Ciências, you should do the following:

  1. Find a Research Group or Centre in which you are interested in;
  2. Contact directly the Centre or the responsible person in charge. You should attach/send the following documents:
    - a cover letter/email presenting yourself, indicating the field of study you would like to work in, if you have any experience and the reason why you have chosen that particular Research Centre/Group. Do not forget to mention you are applying as an Erasmus Trainee;
    - Curriculum Vitae;
    - a Transcript of Records (containing the list of subjects, and corresponding grades, you have completed at your home institution by the time you are applying).
  3. If you have been accepted by the Research Centre/Group, congratulations! However, your application does not end here:
    - ask the responsible person for accepting you at the Research Group/Centre to issue and sign an acceptance letter;
    - contact our Office (by email is enough) in order to inform us of your acceptance and send us a copy of the acceptance letter.
  4. Send the signed Learning Agreement for Traineeships (this document should be provided by your home University) by email to