Traineeships in Europe ¬†
Are you a recent graduate interested in gaining experience in a European Institution?
If so, you can find information about the various traineeships available to graduates and how to apply here.
The European Parliament offers traineeships and study visits to graduates within its Secretariat. Traineeships are either paid or unpaid and usually last for five months. European Parliament traineeships are in the following areas: a general traineeship, a journalism traineeship and traineeships for translators and interpreters.
For more information on traineeships within the European Parliament, follow this link:
Other European Union institutions which offer traineeships include the European Commission, the Council of the European Union, the European Central Bank, the European Economic and Social Committee, the Committee of the Regions and the European Court of Human Rights.
For further information on these traineeships, you can follow the links below:
Careers in Europe¬†
The European Personnel Selection Office regularly holds competitions to recruit people for EU jobs. If you are interested in pursuing a career in the EU, you can find more information by following the link below;