The program offers interns the opportunity to follow the daily work of the EU Office and at the same time offers the possibility of discovering directly the working environment of an international organization such as the EU.
Internships are offered in 2 basic cycles each year: from April to September and October to March.
- fluent in English; knowledge of other EU languages would be an advantage;
- have completed a minimum of three years of university-level courses, preferably in political science, law, economics, development studies, environment studies, human rights/humanitarian law or communications;
- be computer literate;
- have not already benefited from previous in-service training or employment (paid or unpaid) with any of the EU institutions or bodies, including a “Blue Book” traineeship.