Always wanted to know how the European Commission really works? If you apply for a traineeship you can find out from the inside.
If you find yourself with time to spare, why not do something for others?
Are you interested in getting a first-hand experience working for the EU Delegations worldwide? If you hold a Master's degree in a relevant domain, apply by 30 June to get the chance to join in the selection round!
Interested in maritime safety matters and working against sea pollution? Then this traineeship is an opportunity to acquire hands-on experience for a period of 3-5 months. Keep an eye on the EMSA website for the nearest deadline!
Fancy getting an in-depth understanding of how the main decision-making body of the European Union works? You can apply between 1 June and 31 August to join in the annual selection round.
Are you a translation graduate or student interested in institutional translation and EU affairs? Check out what the European Parliament has to offer to young linguists and get to know how EU legislation gets translated into your language!
Dreaming of becoming a Member of the European Parliament for your country? Start now by applying for a paid traineeship for university graduates or a training placement and getting an insight into how the Parliament works.
The Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Ombudsman both offer paid internships to law graduates with knowledge of an EU language; check out the requirements and deadlines and get an insight of how the EU works.
Each year, the Committee of the Regions provides a limited number of unpaid short-term study visits for young graduates within and outside Europe, offering the opportunity to acquire work experience within its units.
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) offers short-term unpaid traineeships to university graduates or university students who are required to complete their degree by undertaking a period of in-service training.
Each year, the Committee of the Regions (CoR) provides a limited number of internships and short-term study visits for young graduates within and outside Europe, offering the opportunity to acquire work experience in a European institution.
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) offers paid traineeships to university graduates and students within and outside Europe.
Gain work experience while improving your knowledge of a foreign language. For more than 25 years, the Eurodyssée programme has been providing young people with paid vocational training courses in a foreign European region.
Traineeships are probably the best way of familiarising yourself with the working world while gaining practical experience and skills for your future career.