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ABOUT the Traineeship
Trainees work all over the European Commission, its services and agencies, mostly in Brussels, but also in Luxembourg and elsewhere across the European Union.
The nature of your work will depend on the service you are assigned to.
You may, for example, work in the field of competition law, human resources, environmental policy, etc.
What does the traineeship offer?
- Insight into the processes and policies of the European institutions;
- The opportunity to contribute to the day-to-day work of the Commission;
- The opportunity to put academic theory into practice.
What does a trainee’s daily work consist of?
- Attending and organising meetings, working groups, and public hearings;
- Researching, drafting end editing documentation – including reports and consultations;
- Answering citizens’ inquiries;
- Supporting the management of projects.
What do we expect from you?
- An open-minded approach to European issues;
- An interest in learning about the Commission’s working methods;
- Willingness to work in a multicultural environment;
- To contribute to the Commission’s daily work from a fresh perspective;
- A proactive attitude.
Scientific traineeships are also available at the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC).
The application procedure consists of three steps: register on EU Login, complete the application form, and submit.
Estimate your chances to successfully pass pre-selection and enter the Blue Book – the list of potential candidates for the upcoming traineeship session.
STEP 1: Register
Register on European Commission Authentication Service (EU Login) to begin your application.
If you are a new user:
- Click here to create an account
- Fill in the sign up form
- Click ‘Submit’
- Check your email account (including your spam folder) for confirmation
- In the email, click ‘create your password’
- Click ‘proceed’ to the application form.
For all questions regarding your registration with EU Login (European Commission’s authentication service) see the EU Login FAQ page
STEP 2: Complete your application
You do not have to fill in everything in a single session.
You can save and log back in any time to complete your application.
STEP 3: Submit your application
Please do not wait until the very last few days before submitting your application.
Allow up to three working days for a response if you require (technical) assistance.
Log in and complete each section of the application form following carefully the instructions provided.
You do not have to fill in the entire form in a single session. You can save your entries and log in later to make changes and submit your application using your username and password. You can also preview your application form in a printer-friendly pdf format at any time during the application period.
Before submitting your application, the system will show you an overview, as well as any remaining sections that need to be completed before submission. Once your form is fully and correctly completed, you will be able to submit your applicaion.
After submission, you cannot make any changes to your application.
A confirmation receipt will appear on-screen, along with your candidate number. This confirms that your applicaion has been correctly submitted. Please view the frequently asked questions and contact us if you experience any issues.
You do not need to submit any documents with your application. Only once you have passed the first stage of the application will you have to provide evidence of your stated skills and experience. You will need to provide the following:
A COPY OF YOUR:
- Valid ID card or passport;
- University qualifications completed before the deadline for applications;
- Ongoing studies, university exchange programmes abroad, participation in EU or international programmes, seminars or workshops;
- All declared language skills (other than the mother tongue/s);
- All declared work experience;
- All declared publications (publications which are part of education will not be considered).
Please ensure that you submit all proof necessary to support only your declared experience. Your application will be rejected if you do not provide adequate evidence of your declared experience. Please ensure you can evidence any experience before declaring it and prepare your supporting evidence in advance to avoid missing the deadline.
More information can be found here.
REGISTRATION OPEN FOR THE MARCH 2021 SESSION
FROM 6 August 2020 UNTIL 31 August 2020, 12:00 (midday, Brussels time)
*Disclaimer: EURACTIV Slovensko nie je zodpovedný za obsah zverejnenej pracovnej ponuky.
To apply for this job please visit ec.europa.eu.