The 28 EU countries have different systems for informing people about vacant posts and different types of education. For that reason we can unfortunately not give specific information about maritime careers in all Member States. If you are interested in working or studying in another Member State, the EURES portal gives access to a great number of vacant posts, and information about learning opportunities.
For detailed information about landings in specific EU countries you should contact the authorities of the respective countries.
You can also visit the website of EUROSTAT (the EU Statistical Office). The procedures to obtain further information are explained on the website.
For more global fisheries statistics you can visit the website of the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations), which also provides different fisheries statistics.
DG Maritime Affairs and Fisheries keeps a list of national fisheries ministries in EU Member States. For issues in relation to the European fisheries fund, please refer to our list of competent authorities.
For a complete list of all EU legislation in force, including modifications, please refer to the EUR-Lex database, available free of charge.
The Official Journal can be ordered from your nearest sales agent of the Office for Official publications of the European Communities. It is also available on the EUR-Lex site.
Yes, of course! Linking to Commission websites for non-commercial and lawful purposes is authorized and free of charge. More information on how to make links is available on the Europa web site.