We are now used to seeing many young people leave Italy for destinations considered "attractive" from the point of view of work and the opportunities they offer. One of the favourite destinations for Italians in recent years is Great Britain: Brexit has not been enough to make young people desist from trying to build a future there. The discussion about the treatment that European citizens will receive when London leaves the European Union has led to the adoption of a process that is far from simple. However, beyond how European society reacts to the phenomenon, there is an urgent need to question how, from an internal point of view, Great Britain is reacting to a transition that seems increasingly far from reaching a definitive capitulation.

In fact, more than three years have passed since 23 June 2016, when British citizens decided to vote for the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union. After this period of time, the British have not yet left Brussels and the deadline is, from time to time, postponed. The issues at stake are many and it is difficult to compose the different souls of Westminster with the opinion of the government, with that of Brussels and with that of other European countries, Ireland and France in the front line. Many commentators argue that the first mistake was made by former Prime Minister Cameron: convening a referendum, in fact, would have had the effect of politicizing a highly technical issue like that of Brexit. The exit, passed on by many as a way to return to the splendor of the late British Empire, must be carried out by monitoring, step by step, the most friction issues, such as the Irish border and international trade.

Thousands of pages have been written over the years on the most technical issues, focusing public attention. There is, however, one very important aspect that has been overlooked in this period and which few have dealt with. In fact, Brexit has brought to light structural problems within the British political system. As perhaps not many people know, the United Kingdom does not have a real written constitution: what can be defined as the fundamental law takes shape from a set of statutes (which date back even to the Magna Carta of 1215), treaties and legal decisions. There are therefore a number of sources that give life to British laws. All this is in stark contrast to almost all the other experiences of liberal democracies, where there is a constitution written and drafted by a Constituent Assembly representing the will of the people. Another important point is that in the United Kingdom there is no difference between ordinary law and constitutional law, just as there is no supervisory body comparable to our Constitutional Court.

What does Brexit have to do with this? A lot. In these three years, we have seen a series of decisions that have deeply undermined the British political system. The last time was in 1642, when Charles I decided to suspend parliamentary activities and as a result found himself in the midst of a civil war that saw his head end up hanging on a cliff seven years later. It is no coincidence that Thomas Hobbes published his Leviathan in 1651, laying the foundations for the construction of a modern political power capable of handling chaotic situations such as the clash between King and Parliament. In London in 2019, for now, no civil war has broken out and the most likely solution seems to be the vote in December and the exit from the European Union in early 2020. However, all this has led to the emergence of a structural problem: as long as there was agreement on the basic categories with which to pursue the political debate, the flexible "Constitution" was not a problem, but now? Chris Patten, the last British Governor in Hong Kong and European Commissioner for Foreign Affairs, has published a reflection[1] asking whether the UK is becoming a failed state. Asked this way, the question can make you smile, but Patten points out some very interesting points. British parliamentarianism has always been closer to Edmund Burke than to Rousseau, establishing a culture based on precaution, compromise and the rejection of simplistic solutions that wink at the moods of public opinion. The latter underwent a rapid process of radicalization that led to the leadership of Labour Jeremy Corbyn, a leader who led the Party to very strong left-wing positions. The same phenomenon has occurred in the Conservatives: Boris Johnson is anything but a moderate politician, as he has shown several times in recent months. Patten also points out how the concept of the "experts" has changed: it has never occurred that they are seen as members of an establishment that pursues its own interests to the detriment of those of the people. What does this radicalization lead to? Those who speak on behalf of the people go against the experts, even at the cost of presenting anachronistic solutions.

To better understand the whole speech we can compare the British political system to a football game: without a Constitution, there is no referee, but the game can go on the same and take place normally if the players agree on the basic rules. When this agreement is broken, however, the match will be continually interrupted by quarrels about what is lawful and what is not, leading to paralysis of the system. It is no coincidence, therefore, that many intellectuals are activating themselves on this front. Professor Bogdanor of King's College London has argued[2] for a British Constitution if the UK is to emerge seriously from the European Union. His reasoning is very simple: in recent years, the EU Treaties have bound cross-Channel politics, forcing it to respect certain fundamental norms, for example, on the protection of human rights. Bogdanor wonders what will happen to all this when the Treaties no longer bind the United Kingdom. The only solution he sees possible is for London to have a written constitution, as do most of the democracies in the world. Brexit has brought to light some of the problems inscribed in the political concepts that are used in Britain and who knows whether it is really capable of bringing about a radical change in the country that, during the nineteenth century, was the first to work to support parliamentarianism throughout Europe.

 

[1] https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/britain-brexit-failed-state-by-chris-patten-2019-08  

 

[2] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUeK6_3ejXc 




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Author: Leonardo Cherici

 

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Il Master è organizzato dall’Università Ca’ Foscari in collaborazione con l’Organizzazione Internazionale del Lavoro di Ginevra. GESAM (Master di I livello: Global economics and social affairs) si rivolge a coloro che ambiscono ad intraprendere percorsi professionali orientati all'internazionalizzazione ed intende formare operatori capaci, sia nel contesto istituzionale che imprenditoriale, di coniugare le esigenze di competitività e crescita che animano il mercato con il bisogno di promuovere uno sviluppo sostenibile non solo in termini economici, ma anche sociali ed ambientali.

 

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Ente: Università Ca’ Foscari, università statale italiana fondata nel 1868. Ha sede presso Ca' Foscari, palazzo gotico affacciato sul Canal Grande.

 

Dove: Venezia -  Università Ca’ Foscari, Ca’ Foscari Challenge School

Vega Park

 

Quando: Anno Accademico 2019-2020

 

Destinatari: laureati triennale

 

Scadenza: non specificato

 

Descrizione dell’offerta: Il Master GESAM è un Master internazionale annuale, interamente in lingua inglese. Oltre alle sei settimane intensive di lezioni frontali, case study e workshop, prevede 300 ore minime di tirocinio presso aziende pubbliche o private in Italia o all’estero e una settimana di approfondimento presso l’Organizzazione Internazionale del Lavoro di Ginevra. Inserito nel contesto dinamico dell’Università Ca’ Foscari, il GESAM consente ai propri iscritti di partecipare a convegni e seminari internazionali nei quali confrontarsi con studenti e docenti provenienti da prestigiosi atenei stranieri.

 

Requisiti: Requisiti per l’accesso: laurea triennale (prevalentemente nelle discipline economiche, giuridiche e delle scienze sociali)e conoscenza della lingua inglese (livello B2 autocertificazione)

 

Retribuzione: La quota di iscrizione è di 4.000 euro, suddivisa in due rate.

Gli studenti del Corso possono finanziare il proprio percorso formativo attraverso formule agevolate concesse da Istituti di credito convenzionati con L’Ateneo.

 

Guida all’application: Per le procedure di iscrizione inviare una mail alla Ca' Foscari Challenge School This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

Informazioni utili: L’Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia offre un servizio di Housing Office agli studenti italiani e internazionali per aiutarli nel trovare un alloggio a Venezia.

 

Link utili: Master Gesam; Master Gesam English version; Ca’ Foscari Challenge School

 

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The European Youth Forum is recruiting an Operations Officer who will be responsible for the operational aspects of the organisation. The person will be under the direct supervision of the Operations and Finance Director.

 

For more opportunities go to: Europe

 

Organization: The European Youth Forum is the platform of youth organisations in Europe. It represents over 100 youth organisations, which bring together tens of millions of young people from all over Europe.

The Youth Forum works to empower young people to participate actively in society to improve their own lives by representing and advocating their needs and interests and those of their organisations. In the current uncertain political and social context that affects young people, they can be powerful catalysts for positive change and contributors of innovative solutions to Europe’s challenges.

The Youth Forum continues its advocacy work to become an agenda-setter on youth affairs, empower member organisations to maximise the impact of their expertise and enforce a rights based approach in all that Forum does.

 

Duty Station: Brussels, Belgium

 

Open To: Candidates who have at least 1 year of professional experience in a similar position, Good working knowledge of English and French

 

Timeframe:  Not specified

 

Deadline: 3 December 2019 (23h59 CET)

 

Job description: The European Youth Forum is recruiting an Operations Officer who will be responsible for the operational aspects of the organisation. The person will be under the direct supervision of the Operations and Finance Director. His/her main responsibilities will be:

  • Responsible for office management (such as: order office supplies, office mail, ensure good functioning of printers, ensure a good working environment);
  • Ensure compliance of service agreement with Belgian Legislation and auditors requirements;
  • Be responsible of the Prevention and protection at work;
  • Encode and ensure the filing of the reimbursement forms;
  • Support the ICT aspects of the organisation (such as maintaining an IT inventory and IT supplies);
  • Support in the payroll and HR administrative tasks;
  • Ensure adherence to the Youth Forum’s Internal Guidelines and procedures.

 

Qualifications: 

  • At least 1 year of professional experience in a similar position;
  • A polyvalent, adaptable person and eager to learn;
  • Outstanding attention to details;
  • Accurate, efficient and organised with the ability to prioritise tasks as needed;
  • Diplomatic when liaising with staff & Board members as well as suppliers;
  • Fluent in French and working knowledge of English is essential;
  • Dynamic, persistent and service oriented;
  • Computer literacy: good working knowledge of G-suite and Mac operating system or willing to learn;
  • Knowledge in Winbooks or another accounting software, or willing to learn.

 

Wage/Fees: The gross monthly salary according to the Collective Bargaining Agreement currently applied at the European Youth Forum is €2,289.

 

Application process: To submit your application for this vacancy, please use the European Youth Forum online recruitment system: http://recruitment.youthforum.org

In order to apply with the online application system, you should follow these steps:

  1. Create a user account: click on "Registration" and fill in your personal details;
  2. Go to the "private area” and login with your username and password;
  3. Click on the vacancy and apply;
  4. Respond to our application questions and upload your CV.

Interviews for this vacancy will be in December and the successful candidate will be expected to start as soon as possible.

 

Useful links: Job offer webpage

Help & FAQ 

 

Contact Information: For further informations on the offer or the application process, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 



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The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) offers a traineeship programme targeted towards recent university graduates who are at the beginning of a new professional career. The purpose of the programme is to provide trainees with an understanding of the Centre and its role within the activities of the European Union while also providing an opportunity to acquire practical knowledge and professional experience.

 

For more opportunities go to: Europe

 

Organization: The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) is an agency of the European Union. ECDC's mission is to identify, assess and communicate to UE and its member States current and emerging threats to human health posed by infectious diseases. ECDC also provides training activities that are focused in three areas: training programmes in intervention epidemiology, country support, and virtual tools for public health training.

 

Duty Station: Stockholm, Sweden

 

Open To: European citizens (plus Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland) who have completed at least a full university degree

 

Timeframe:  Start between March and June 2020, the duration of traineeships 2020 is between a minimum of five months and a maximum of nine months.

 

Deadline: 8 December 2019, 23.59 CET.

 

Job description: In 2020 ECDC is offering traineeship opportunities in the professional areas listed below. Applicants may submit one application only. 

  • Public Procurement 
  • Public Health Training  
  • Infectious Disease Surveillance
  • Public Health Emergency and Response
  • Information and Communication Technologies
  • Vulnerable, Populations and Infectious Disease Epidemiology - Prevention and Control
  • Antimicrobial Resistance and Healthcare Associated Infections
  • Public Administration, Organisational Management
  • European Cooperation and International Relations
  • Eurosurveillance - Editorial Office
  • Scientific Quality Standards, Statistical Analysis and Mathematical Modelling

 

Qualifications: The ECDC traineeship programme is open to nationals of the Member States of the European Union, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein.

In order to be eligible candidates must have:

  • Nationality/citizenship of an EU member state, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein.
  • Completed their studies and been awarded a full university degree by the closing date for applications.
  • A very good command of English (the language of day-to-day operations at ECDC). Knowledge of additional EU languages is an asset.
  • Not benefited from any previous traineeship or employment (formal or informal, paid or unpaid) within any EU institution, agency, body or delegation.

Kindly note that you must have completed and have been awarded a university degree; proof of this award must be provided with your application.

 

Wage/Fees: ECDC pays a monthly grant (yearly reviewed) and a travel allowance to compensate the expenses incurred at the beginning and at the end of the traineeship from the place of residence. The amount of the traineeship grant is decided by ECDC on a yearly basis. The revised amount will apply from the 1 January of the concerned year. Please note that this review can result in an increase or decrease of the traineeship grant amount. The exact traineeship grant amount for 2020 is not yet know but will be communicated to selected candidates ahead of the interviews. For reference, the monthly 2019 traineeship grant was 1,460.15 EUR

 

Application process: To apply, please email a completed application form, in Word or PDF format, together with a copy of your degree award to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Please state the professional area for which you are applying and your last name in the subject line, e.g. ‘Public Health training – Surname’

The application will be rejected if the form has not been completed in full or if you fail to attach proof of your awarded degree. Any false statement or omission, even if unintended, may lead to a cancellation of the application or termination of the traineeship.

 

Useful links: Official offer page

Call for applications

 

Contact Information: For further informations on the offer or on applications, please visit this contact page 

 

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ESPA provides six-month minimum work placements abroad for international undergraduates into Corporate companies and SME’s throughout the UK and Ireland.

 

For more opportunities go to: Other Opportunities

 

Organization: ESPA or European Student Placement Agency is a recruitment agency whose goal is to find high quality internships for European students and recent graduates in the UK. ESPA works closely with its host companies to ensure the positions provide the candidates with a great experience, both professional and personal. The company is based in a wonderful UNESCO World Heritage Site, the City of Bath. With two universities and over 3.8 million day visitors each year it is a vibrant city full of culture, museums, theatre and sport. 

 

Duty Station: Belfast, Ireland

 

Open To: Registered students or eligible to participate in the Erasmus+ programme

 

Timeframe: Start 6 January 2020, 6 months

 

Deadline: Unspecified

 

Job description: This is an exciting opportunity for a marketing intern, interested in positive social change, with this expanding consultancy business. Mentored throughout, you will be working in the community, voluntary and social enterprise sector (VCSE) and assist in the development and launch of a digital subscription platform that supports VCSE organisations to access and manage funding. Working closely with the company directors you will be involved in all aspects of marketing including; market research, competitor analysis and the development of a marketing strategy for the new platform. For the selected candidate, this will be a good all-round marketing experience.

 

Qualifications: ESPA vacancies are open to all EU passport holders able to travel to the UK for an educational work placement, without the need for visa documents. You have to still be a student or have graduated in the last 12 months. Any student who is unsure of their visa situation should check with their university before applying. 

 

Wage/Fees: All ESPA’s services are free for students and alumni. The benefits are:

  • Paid Accommodation.
  • Paid Utility Bills (electricity, gas, water and council tax) + Internet Access
  • Commuter travel to work (accommodation will be found within an acceptable commuting distance from the workplace, if that requires more than a sensible walk then a bus/train ticket will be provided).

This will be sourced and managed on your behalf by ESPA. These benefits have an approximate value of 700€-1000€ per month (depending on location). There is no salary over and above the benefits offered, unless specifically stated.

 

Application process: Candidates should apply through the offer webpage after completing the registration and following the online application.

 

Useful links: Official internship offer

 

Contact Information: Unit 12, Brassmill Enterprise Centre; Brassmill Lane, Bath BA1 3JN

 Call On +44 1225 430641

 WhatsApp +44 7342 886980

 

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The European Investment Fund (EIF) is seeking to recruit a (Junior) Accounting Officer for its Financial Control Division – Financial Accounting Unit at its headquarters in Luxembourg.



For more opportunities go to: Europe

 

Organization: The European Investment Fund (EIF) is a specialist provider of risk finance to benefit small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) across Europe. It is part of the EIB Group. Its shareholders are the European Investment Bank (EIB), the European Union, represented by the European Commission, and a wide range of public and private banks and financial institutions. The EIF carries out its activities using either its own resources or  those provided by the European Investment Bank, the European Commission, by EU Member States or other third parties. By developing and offering targeted financial products to its intermediaries, such as banks, guarantee and leasing companies, micro-credit providers and private equity funds, the EIF enhance SMEs access to finance. The EIF pursues two main statutory objectives: fostering EU objectives, notably in the field of entrepreneurship, growth, innovation, research and development, employment and regional development; generating an appropriate return for our shareholders, through a commercial pricing policy and a balance of fee and risk based income.

 

Duty Station: Luxembourg

 

Open To: Graduates in a relevant field such as Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or similar

 

Timeframe: Start unspecified, contract of 3 years

 

Deadline: 3 December 2019

 

Job description: The (Junior) Accounting Officer works under the guidance and supervision of the Head of Unit – Financial Accounting and reports to the Head of Division - Financial Control. S/he cooperates closely with other relevant services inside the EIB Group as well as external auditors.

The (Junior) Accounting Officer will mainly:

  • Ensure accuracy, completeness and reliability of financial data;
  • Be responsible for bookkeeping in relation to products across EIF and the mandates managed by EIF on behalf of a mandator;
  • Maintain financial accounts, journals, ledgers and other records within automated or manual systems as well as supporting documentation files;
  • Contribute to the regular update of the accounting ledgers;
  • Handle requests for information and ensuring effective delivery;
  • Liaise, when necessary, with EIF's services and external auditors;
  • Maintain high level of accounting standards in the field of EIF's activities;
  • Contribute to the definition, maintenance and further improvement of the Financial Accounting Unit’s procedures;
  • Identify problematic transactions and irregularities in related accounts and resolve problems in a timely and effective manner;
  • Provide assistance to external auditors, organise and follow up of audits;
  • Actively contribute to knowledge sharing within the team.

 

Qualifications: 

  • University qualification in a relevant field such as Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or similar;
  • At least three (3) years’ relevant experience in accounting, preferably gained in a multinational organisation,  an international and reputable accounting/audit institution or in the banking sector;
  • Good knowledge of different accounting frameworks such as IFRS, Accounting rules adopted by the European Union as well as of any national accounting framework such as Luxembourg Accounting Principles would be considered an important advantage;
  • Knowledge of the financial instruments and products offered by EIF would be considered a plus;
  • Knowledge of People Soft and Business Object would be considered as an asset;
  • Good understanding of EIF's mission, procedures, organisation and activities would be an advantage;
  • Excellent command of written and spoken English. Knowledge of French and/or other EU languages would be an advantage.

Furthermore, required competencies are:

  • Strong team player;
  • Good analytical and written skills;
  • Attention to detail and precision;
  • Excellent inter-personal skills;
  • Excellent organisational skills with ability to prioritise;
  • Ability to work under pressure and respect deadlines, whilst maintaining high quality work;
  • Proven ability to work in multicultural environment



Wage/Fees: Unspecified

 

Application process: In order to apply, interested candidates should first register themselves on the website and then complete the online form through the offer page, clicking on the “Apply now” button. For detailed information on how to apply please visit this link.

Due to high volume of applications, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

 

Useful links: Official job offer page

How to apply

 

Contact Information: For further informations on the offer, please refer to  this link 



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If you are a European citizen and recent graduate in Economics, Finance or related fields, and if you are curious and eager to learn, and want to further develop your ability to analyse complex information, collaborate with others, pursue team goals and learn from other people’s diverse perspectives, this is the right opportunity for you.

 

For more opportunities go to: Europe

 

Organization: The European Central Bank (ECB) is the central bank of the 19 European Union countries which have adopted the euro. Its main task is to maintain price stability in the euro area and so preserve the purchasing power of the single currency, being the heart of the Eurosystem as well as the Single Supervisory Mechanism for banking supervision. The ECB mission is to serve the people of Europe by defining and implementing monetary policy for the euro area and carry out a number of other tasks, including banking supervision.

 

Duty Station: Frankfurt, Germany

 

Open To: EU nationals who have a bachelor’s degree or higher in economics, finance, statistics, data science or a related field

 

Timeframe:  Unspecified

 

Deadline: Monday, 2 December 2019

 

Job description: You will be part of the Directorate General International and European Relations, which has 120 staff members and prepares policy positions of the ECB/Eurosystem/European System of Central Banks on international as well as European issues, excluding positions on the macroeconomic policies of the euro area or EU countries.

You will be assigned to a team in one of the following divisions of the Directorate General. The External Developments Division conducts economic analysis and forecasting of key economies outside the EU, such as the United States, Japan and China, and coordinates the international part of the ECB/Eurosystem staff projections exercise. The International Policy Analysis Division conducts economic analysis of issues of systemic relevance related to the global economy, the global monetary and financial system, and the international financial architecture, including matters related to global spillovers, international capital markets, commodities and exchange rates.


More specifically, as a trainee you will perform one or more of the following tasks:

  • support the work of one of the divisions, which may include assisting with data collection and analysis, generating tables and charts and preparing presentations;
  • maintain and further develop databases used to monitor global and country-specific monetary, financial and real sector developments, with a particular focus on enhancing use of data visualisation tools;
  • maintain and further develop quantitative tools and modelling infrastructure;
  • contribute to selected analytical projects through research assistance.

As a trainee you will work closely with highly qualified experts on different tasks and projects in the field of international macroeconomics and international finance, giving you valuable experience for your transition to a successful professional career. You will also be assigned a mentor, and will be able to develop your potential and quickly have a real impact on the work we do. 

 

Qualifications: The ECB is looking for a trainee who values the chance to become part of a multicultural team that strives for continuous innovation to make a positive impact on the lives of European citizens.

Essential:

  • a bachelor’s degree or higher in economics, finance, statistics, data science or a related field;
  • a sound comprehension of international macroeconomics, monetary economics and international finance;
  • advanced knowledge of MS Office, in particular Excel, and intermediate knowledge of programming languages and econometric software (e.g. MATLAB, Stata, EViews, Python, R, SQL);
  • an advanced (C1) command of English and an intermediate (B1) command of at least one other official language of the EU, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, read more.

Desired:

  • a master’s degree in economics, finance, statistics, data science or a related field (or being close to completing a master’s degree);
  • a keen interest in policy-relevant and applied research and proven ability to conduct quantitative analyses;
  • experience with macroeconomic and financial market data service providers (e.g. Datastream, Bloomberg, Haver Analytics) and data visualisation software (e.g. Tableau);
  • sound knowledge of statistical and econometric techniques for data analysis;
  • hands-on experience handling multidimensional datasets.



Wage/Fees: The trainee grant is €1,070 per month plus an accommodation allowance.

 

Application process: In order to be considered for a position at the European Central Bank and be able to apply for the vacancies, you will need to create a candidate profile by registering via online recruitment portal. 

Furthermore, the recruitment process for this position may include a telephone or an online interview via WebEx.

 

Useful links: Official offer page

“How to apply” page

 

Contact Information: For further informations on the application process, please visit this link, or write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 



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If you’re looking for an opportunity of development, travelling and learning, support the work of the Events & Fundraising Unit within the ALDE Party (Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe) and become Brussels-based Community Intern.

 

For more opportunities go to: Europe

 

Organization: The Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Party (ALDE Party) is the European political family, bringing together parties with common liberal, democrat and reform ideas from more than 30 European countries. Its role is to strengthen the liberal democrat movement throughout Europe, define a common political vision and communicate it effectively to European citizens. The Brussels-based Secretariat of the ALDE Party supports the activities of the party, organises its meetings, manages its external communication, and facilitates European policy development and networking amongst liberal parties.

 

Duty Station: Brussels, Belgium

 

Open To: Candidates who hold University degree in a relevant field to  ALDE

 

Timeframe:  Preferred start date January 2020

 

Deadline: 1 December 2019 at 12:00 CET

 

Job description: Under the supervision of the Community Manager and the Head of the Events and Engagement Unit, the community intern will assist with individual donor and member communications and support our team in all areas of community building and fundraising. The internship provides a detailed understanding of donor relations, prospect research and outreach, and fundraising strategy.

Under the supervision of the Community Manager and the Head of Events and Engagement you will:

  • Coordinate and communicate with all ALDE Party individual members via social media, phone calls and email correspondence
  • Assist with communication to Chair and Steering Committee of individual members
  • Assist with donor database and donor correspondence
  • Grow and strengthen the supporter database from its current status
  • Track supporter metrics using NationBuilder
  • Assist in drafting campaign materials and creating web pages on NationBuilder
  • Liaise with the Communications team to create: posters, fliers, signs, visuals, etc. for the purposes of signing up more supporters
  • Collaborate with other members of the Events and Engagement Unit as well as members of the Political and Communications teams as needed

 

Qualifications: 

  • Knowledge of NationBuilder software tool or other CRM software essential
  • University degree in a relevant field an advantage
  • Fluency in spoken and written English essential, other EU languages considered an advantage
  • Understanding of the European political landscape
  • Invigorated by technology, not afraid of it
  • Pro-active and responsive with ability to quickly understand tasks and situations
  • Efficiency, strong work ethic, attention to detail, and a highly organised, practical approach
  • Strong research skills. You know how to use the internet to find information quickly and efficiently.
  • Well organised
  • Excited by the prospect of an internship that allows you to do autonomous work on projects that matter
  • Outgoing and enjoy talking with people in person and over the phone
  • Collaborative and self-directed; you work well as part of a team, and on your own
  • Willingness to learn the details of fundraising and creative thinking. Experience with annual fund, alumni, or donor programs an advantage

 

Wage/Fees: Not specified

 

Application process: To apply, please send a CV and letter of motivation to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 1 December 2019 at 12:00 CET, mentioning the vacancy reference “Community Intern” in the subject line. Interviews will be hold 12 December 2019.

 

Useful links: Internship offer

 

Contact Information: ALDE Party, Rue d'Idalie 11 - box 2, 1050 Brussels, Belgium

T: +32 2 237 01 40, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.




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In 2020 LSE will be offering over 100 major studentships to new PhD students in the form of LSE PhD Studentships.

For more opportunities go to: Education

Organization: London School of Economics, LSE.

The London School of Economics (officially the London School of Economics and Political Science, often referred to as LSE) is a pubblic research university located in London, England, and a member institution of the federal University of London. Founded in 1895 by Fabian Society members Sidney Webb, and George Bernard for the betterment of society, LSE joined the University of London in 1900 and established its first degree courses under the auspices of the University in 1901. LSE started awarding its own degrees in its own name in 2008, prior to which it awarded degrees of the University of London. 

LSE offers a range of different programmes, from undergraduate and graduate study, to executive education, distance learning, language study, summer school and study abroad options.

Duty Station: London, UK

Open To: PhD Students

Timeframe:  The date differs by academic department, please find your Graduate Programme.

Deadline: Open

Description: LSE PhD Studentships are tenable for four years and cover full fees and an annual stipend of £17,000 - 18,000. They are available for UK, EU and international students undertaking research in any LSE discipline, with annual renewal subject to satisfactory academic performance.

The studentships include a requirement that scholars contribute to their department as part of their research training, in the form of teaching or other work, usually from year two onwards.

Qualifications: These awards will be made solely on the basis of outstanding academic merit and research potential. This relates both to the past academic record and to an assessment of applicants likely aptitude to complete a PhD in the chosen topic in the time allocated. Academic departments nominate students for consideration by a School panel for all PhD funding opportunities they may be eligible for.

Wage/Fees: Fully Funded

Application process: Applicants must submit their complete application for admission to LSE by a specific date. This date differs by academic department. Applicants need to refer to the individual programme page for the relevant deadline information. Before proceeding applicants need to check the Graduate Programme. In addition, There is no separate application for any of these studentships.

Useful links: LSE PhD Studentships

                      How To Apply

Contact Information: Phone +44 (0)20 7405 7686

                                    LSE Contacts

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In order to strengthen the Communication team, Ferrari offers selected students or recent graduates with an excellent academic track an opportunity to discover their business model and to contribute and learn during a 6-month internship with their team in Maranello.

 

For more opportunities go to: Other Opportunities

 

Organization: The same definition of excellence and sportiness, the Ferrari car manufacturer needs no introduction. Its main business card is the numerous Formula 1 titles it has won: a total of 16 constructor championships and 15 driver championships. And of course, there is the impressive range of legendary GT models. Unique cars for design, technology and luxurious style that represent the best of Italy in the world.

 

Duty Station: Maranello, Italy

 

Open To: Recent graduate in languages, communication, economics (or related fields)

 

Timeframe:  Unspecified, duration 6 months

 

Deadline: Unspecified

 

Job description: As a Communication Intern, your main responsibilities will include writing press releases, drafting Media Programs, supporting liaisons with media, journalists, photographers and motorsport press, management of social media and event organization. And you will also be accountable for operative support related to shipping of materials for events and administrative duties.

 

Qualifications: 

  • You will be recent graduate in languages, communication, economics (or related fields). 
  • Ideally you will not only have a passion for automotive and motorsport but also have gained at least 6 months of professional experience in similar roles.
  • Native English and a good level of Italian are a must have.

Furthermore, Ferrari expects you to be capable of analytical thinking with excellent relationships and communicative skills. You will be able to multi-task in a dynamic, ever changing environment, bringing a strong work ethic and integrity. 



Wage/Fees: Unspecified

 

Application process: If interested, candidates should apply online through the career opportunities page. After selecting the internship offer, candidates should click on the button “Apply now” and then follow the procedure.

 

Useful links: Internship offer page

 

Contact Information: For further information on the internship offer and application, please visit the official offer page 

Ferrari SpA, headquarters and factory: Via Abetone Inferiore n. 4, I-41053 Maranello (MO)

Phone: +39 0536 949111

CONTATTI MEDIA: +39 0536 949111; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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