If you wish to obtain experience in scientific work and to use what you have learnt in your studies or in your career, then apply for an internship in The Joint Research Centre (JRC)! The JRC is a Directorate-General of the European Commission which provides independent science and technology advice to European policy makers.
The JRC offers two types of trainings, one related to preparation of thesis and the second for university graduates.
Currently, traineeship positions are available in the following fields:
- Energy, Transport and Climate (Deadline 23.03.2017)
- Space, Security and Migration (3 traineeships, deadline 21.03.2017 (2) and 23.02.2018 (1))
- Sustainable Resources (Deadline 20.03.2017)
- Competences (Deadline 22.03.2017)
- Nuclear Security and Safeguards Department (Deadline 23.03.2017)
Candidates should be nationals of the Member States of the European Union, of candidate countries benefiting from a pre-accession strategy and of other countries contributing financially to the Framework Programme. However, a limited number of nationals of non- Member States may also be accepted. Trainees must have an excellent knowledge of at least two official languages of the EU, of which one must be English, French or German. Non-EU nationals must have a very good knowledge of at least one of the working languages.
The traineeship is from 3 to 5 months.
For more information on the trainings available and the application forms, click on JRC.
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