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The paid Robert Schuman traineeships are open to university graduates only. The aim is to enable you to complement knowledge acquired during your studies and familiarise yourself with the European Parliament.
How to apply
For the general option you must prove that you have produced a substantial written paper, as part of the requirements for a university degree or for a scientific journal.
For the journalism option, you must also show evidence of professional experience or qualification in journalism.
If you meet these conditions, you can complete the online application form. You can only submit one application for one traineeship option.
Paid traineeships last 5 months and start on 1 March and 1 October each year.
You can apply:
If you are selected
There are several documents you must provide once you are selected: