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Avrupa Konseyi Staj Programı

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Each year the General Secretariat of the Council offers three types of traineeships: paid, unpaid and traineeships reserved for national officials.
Trainees will be attached to a department and work as part of the team to which they are assigned. The tasks of the trainees include attending meetings, drafting minutes and carrying out preparatory work or research on a particular subject.

 

1. PAID TRAINEESHIPS
Each year the General Secretariat of the Council offers some 100 paid traineeships lasting 5 months.

Selection Criteria
– nationals of one of the Member States of the European Union;
– citizens from candidate countries that have concluded EU accession negotiations;
– applicants have a thorough knowledge of one of the official languages of the EU and satisfactory knowledge of another of these languages. In practice, knowledge of at least French or English is necessary;
– candidates have completed by the deadline for the lodging of the applications at least the first cycle of a course of university studies validated by a certificate. The majority of applications currently come from candidates with qualifications in law, political science, international relations, EU studies and economics.
The General Secretariat of the Council is also looking for trainees with qualifications in other fields, such as: translation, human resources, communication, education studies, computer sciences, graphic design, multimedia, agricultural technology, biochemical engineering, health and food safety, energy management, environment, aerospace engineering.

UK nationals remain eligible and can be selected for the traineeship period beginning 1 September 2019 and ending 31 January 2020 if, at the time of selection (April 2019), the UK is a member state of the EU.

 

Who can’t apply
– applicants who have not already who have already benefited from any kind of training (paid or unpaid) or employment for more than 6 weeks within an EU institution, body, agency or office.

The grant awarded is decided every year.

There are two five-month traineeship periods, as follows:
– 1 February to 30 June
– 1 September to 31 January

 

Deadlines
– 16 October 2019 (for the first traineeship period (1 February – 30 June 2019);
– 1 April 2019 (for the second traineeship period (1 September 2019 – 31 January  2020).

Read more here about paid traineeships.

 

2. COMPULSARY UNPAID TRAINEESHIPS

Unpaid traineeships are offered to third, fourth or fifth year students who are required to complete a compulsory training period as part of their studies.

Selection Criteria
any national of the EU Member States or a State that is a candidate for accession
who is a third, fourth or fifth-year student (or equivalent) of a higher-education establishment or university which requires such a period of training to be undertaken as part of the course of study or for access to a profession, or who is required to do research for a thesis or doctorate.
applicants have a thorough knowledge of one of the official languages of the EU and satisfactory knowledge of another of these languages. In practice, knowledge of at least French or English is necessary
applicants who have not already undergone an in-service training in another European institution

Deadlines for receipt of applications (at least three months in advance):

1 October (for the period 1 February to  30 June);
1 April (for the period 1 September to  31 January).

The application form should be sent by post; no online application will be accepted.

Read here more about unpaid compulsary traineeships.

 

3. TRAINEESHIPS WITH OFFICIALS
This programme is intended for officials for ministries, government or regional agencies and the diplomatic corps of the EU Member States or a State that is a candidate for accession. The traineeships run for a period from 3 to 6 months.
“National officials” trainees are staff employed by national administrations and paid by them.

Selection Criteria:
any national official of the EU Member States or a State that is a candidate for accession
have a university degree or at least three years’ professional experience in duties corresponding to a university education
applicants have a thorough knowledge of one of the official languages of the EU and satisfactory knowledge of another of these languages. In practice, knowledge of at least French or English is necessary

There is no online application form, please send an email to stages@consilium.europa.eu in order to receive more information.

 

 

Read here more about Tranineeships reserved for national officials.

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