Looking for a challenging career in a dynamic environment?
We are always looking for people who are ready to face challenges and make a difference for Europe.
The European Union Institutions offer an international career to ambitious and capable people. When you join us, you take the first step in a long-term career that could take you anywhere you want to go. Based in the heart of Europe, you will enjoy a fast-moving international environment and real responsibility from your first day. We’re here to serve 500 million people in 27 member states, so you can expect exceptional scope and scale – and the chance to make a real and lasting difference.
If you are a final year student or Graduate, you can apply for entry-level positions in various fields, which are the starting point to an exciting and truly European career. We also regularly recruit Graduates with work experience, administrative personnel and experienced professionals in a wide range of fields as well as translators and interpreters.
Working for the EU Institutions, you will apply your strong analytical, organisational and communication skills in a variety of environments. You get things done, are driven to deliver the best possible results and are confident working effectively as part of a multi-cultural team. You are eager to learn and develop knowledge, skills and languages. For our graduate positions, you also exhibit leadership skills and can motivate people to achieve results.
Come visit us on 4 May at our stand in the Berlaymont Building.
You can try and sit a simulation of our admission tests.
You find information on on-going and upcoming selection procedures
We'll be answering your questions on EU Career opportunities.
Visit our website www.eu-careers.eu
Interested in the European Commission's trainee programme?
Come and visit our stand!
We offer two five-month periods of in-service training (usually known by the French term 'stages') every year for people who have graduated from university and who wish to acquire an understanding of our work and gain work experience in one of the Commission's departments. The programme has been running for more than 50 years and more than 40 000 people have benefited from this five-month taste of life at the Commission. Many of today's European civil servants, and even some European Commissioners, are ex-stagiaires!
The traineeships run for 5 months and usually start on 1st March and 1st October. For conditions and deadlines for submitting applications please consult the Traineeship web site.
Visit our web site http://ec.europa.eu/stages/