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Traineeships for law graduates in EU institutions and bodies

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.

Court of Justice of the European Union 

Every year, the Court of Justice of the European Union offers a limited number of paid traineeships of a maximum duration of five months. Traineeships are generally undertaken in the Research and Documentation Directorate, the Press and Information Service, the Directorate-General for Translation or the Interpretation Directorate.
 

Applicants must hold a degree in law or in political sciences (majority content, law) or, for traineeships in the Interpretation Directorate, a diploma in conference interpreting, as well as a good knowledge of French, in view of the nature of the working environment.
 

Applicants should send their application form:

  • by 30 September (for March-July traineeships);
  • by 30 April (for October-February traineeships).
     

You can check the traineeships webpage on how to apply for a traineeship.

 

European Ombudsman

The Ombudsman offers traineeships, twice a year, primarily to university law graduates. The traineeships take place either in Strasbourg or in Brussels according to the needs of the Office and they have a duration of minimum 4 months (starting on 1 September and 1 January of each year).
 

Applicants should:

  • be nationals from a Member State of the European Union;
  • have a university degree in law and be at an advanced stage of professional training or research in EU law; 
  • have a very good command of English language; knowledge of French would be an advantage.
     

Applicants should send their application form:

  • by 30 April (for the traineeship beginning on 1 September); 
  • by 31 August of the preceding year (for the traineeship beginning on 1 January).
     

You can check the traineeships webpage on how to apply for a traineeship.