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The EU is Looking for Young Graduates

Are you a recent graduate with an excellent skill set? Do you prosper in an international work environment? Are you motivated to help shape the future of Europe?

The EU institutions offer the opportunity to work on some of the most pressing challenges we face as a society. We are currently looking for talented graduates and young professionals to meet these challenges and to take on a broad range of tasks in formulating and delivering EU policies, and managing resources. We require resourcefulness and resilience but we also provide opportunities to make a significantly positive impact on Europe.

Working for the EU means being part of one of the most impressive integration projects of our time. You will be part of diverse teams dealing with topical issues such as fighting climate change, managing migration, countering terrorism or boosting economic growth and creating jobs. Protecting personal data, ensuring food safety, securing passenger rights when traveling, enabling sustainable technology and preserving nature are just a few of the wide range of topics we are working on. To find out more about what the EU does for its citizens, please visit the website EUandme.

New members of staff start their career in Brussels or Luxembourg. There are some opportunities to seek to work in locations across Europe and around the world.

To apply, you need a university degree of at least 3 years in any field, knowledge of 2 EU languages and EU citizenship. Students in their final year of studies can also apply if they receive their diploma by 31 July 2019.

You may submit your applications between 23 May and 25 June, 12:00 (noon) – Brussels local time.

Detailed information is available on graduates.eu-careers.eu.

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