European Commission 2022 Blue Book traineeship programme

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European Commission 2022 Blue Book traineeship programme

 

The European Commission proposes 2 types of traineeship: an Administrative Traineeship or a Translation Traineeship with the Directorate-General for Translation (DGT).

The traineeship programme is open to all eligible candidates whatever their citizenship, regardless of their sex, race, colour, ethnic or social origin, religion or belief, membership of a national minority, disability, age or sexual orientation. You can find more about equal opportunities on this page. Trainees work all over the European Commission, its services and agencies, mostly in Brussels, but also in Luxembourg and elsewhere across the European Union.

Subsequent career opportunities may vary between these different entities. The nature of your work will depend on the service you are assigned to. You may, for example, work in the field of competition law, human resources, environmental policy, translation, etc.

Requirements for European Commission Blue Book traineeship programme. Qualification

The traineeship programme is open to university graduates who:

  1. Have completed a standard 3-year higher education degree (minimum EQF 6 level), corresponding to a complete Bachelor’s cycle, or equivalent. Only if you have a certificate or official confirmation from your university that you have such a degree will you be eligible to apply. You will have to provide the following documents:
  2. Have no prior work experience of any kind, in excess of 6 weeks in any EU institution, body or agency, delegation, with Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), or Advocates General at the Court of Justice of the European Union (EUCJ)
  3. Have a very good knowledge of languages:
  • For the administrative traineeship – you must have a very good knowledge of two EU official languages, one of which must be a working language: English, French or German at C1 or C2 level as per the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and a second one at B2 level at least as per the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. For non-EU nationals, only one procedural language is required at C1 or C2 level.
  • For the translation traineeship in the Directorate-General for Translation (DGT) – you must be able to translate into your main/target language (normally your mother tongue), from two other official EU languages (‘source languages’*).:
    • your main/target language must be one of the official EU languages
    • your first source language for translation must be a working language of the EU: English, French or German
    • your second source language can be any of the official EU languages with at least B2-level proficiency

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Documents Required for Application

You must attach the following supporting documents to your application form:

  1. A copy of your:
    • valid ID card or passport
    • university qualifications of studies completed before the deadline for applications
  2. Proof of
    • ongoing) studies (incl. proof of EQF level), university exchange programmes abroad, participation in EU or international programmes, seminars or workshops
    • all declared language skills (other than mother tongue/s)
    • all declared work experience

Please ensure that you upload all the justification documents to support every item declared on your application form, before submitting it. The pre-selection committee will reject your application if you do not provide adequate evidence of your declared studies, language knowledge, experience and other information stated on the form. Document only the items you have declared.

It is highly recommended to prepare your supporting documents well in advance to avoid missing the deadline. No additional documents or justifications will be admitted after the reception of the application.

Allow up to?3 working days?for a response if you require (technical) assistance.

 

Application Deadline

August 31, 2022

How to Apply

The application procedure consists of three steps:??

  • Create a EU Login account or login with an existing one
  • Complete and submit the application form along with your supporting documents?
  • If successful,?you will be invited to check the openings published on VBB portal and apply for a chosen traineeship post.

If you are a new user

  • click here to create an account
  • fill in the sign-up form
  • click ‘submit’
  • check your email account (including your spam folder) for confirmation
  • in the email, follow the link to ‘create your password’
  • choose your password and submit it
  • click ‘proceed’ to the application form
  • use either the email or your ECAS username to login afterwards.Candidates for EC traineeships cannot login using electronic IDs.

Issues? Check ‘Help for external users‘.

For all questions regarding your registration with EU Login (European Commission’s authentication service) see the EU Login FAQ page or contact eu-login-external-support@ec.europa.eu.

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