A traineeship at the European Parliament offers a unique opportunity to get hands-on experience in an international and multicultural environment. If you want to become a part of Parliament's day-to-day business, apply for a traineeship before the deadline of 15 May. Read on for more information.
As a trainee, you will contribute to the Parliament's everyday work and get an insight into the work of an institution that represents everyone in the EU. The Parliament offers several kinds of traineeships in different cities: not only in Brussels and Strasbourg, but also in other cities all over the EU.
Traineeships range from a general option to specialised ones involving journalism, communication, research and translation. The duration of the traineeship varies according to the option you are applying for. The paid Robert Schuman traineeships are open to all university graduates and last for five months.
How to apply
On this page you can find all the information about the different traineeships and application periods.
The applications for university graduates traineeships starting on 1 October are now open. If interested, fill in the online application form and submit it no later than midnight on 15 May.
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