The competition procedure provides the entire information needed prior to applying for a place of practice:
The procedure of each competition indicates both the period of practice and the number of hours to be spent at the practice. However, when agreeing upon with the Head of Practice, it is possible to adjust the period of practice when the practice is passed on a voluntary basis or during the period of compulsory internship established by the higher education establishment. If you have previously informed the Head of Practice, you may also spend less hours at the practice than indicated in the competition procedure. It should only be remembered that, in this case, we will calculate the amount of the monthly scholarship in proportion to the time spent at the practice and the performance. Similarly, if you see that you can actually spend more hours at the practice than indicated in the competition procedure, then, in this case too, we will calculate the practice scholarship in proportion to the time spent at the practice.
At the end of each month, we contact the Head of Practice at the company to find out how much time the trainee has spent at the practice during that month. We calculate the amount of the scholarship on the basis of the number of working hours in a given month, the scholarship amount indicated in the competition procedure and the time spent at the practice.
It means that, if a scholarship of EUR 200 is set in the competition procedure for the practice of 30 hours a week, but there are 80 hours spent at the practice, the calculation will be as follows: EUR 200 : 114 hours* * 80 hours = EUR 140.35.
*The number of working hours in May 2020 is 152 hours, but, equating it to the part-time work or 30 hours a week, we get 114 hours.
Yes, having notified the scholarship grantor and us or, in the case of practice, the Head of Practice about it in time (at least five days in advance), allowing the company to search for another trainee in your place. The trainees are offered to sign our application for the cessation of the scholarship.