Working closely with the European Union is a common dream of many young people, especially those who undertake a training course based on the study of international relations. Over time, in fact, the organization has formulated its own foreign policy, which is concretized - at the institutional level - in the figure of the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.

In this regard, the mandate of the Italian Federica Mogherini has just been fulfilled and the passage of witness will be in favour of Josep Borrell, a man who has passed from the university classrooms to the most prestigious European environments.

 The Spaniard Josep Borrel Fontelles has just been appointed High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and will take office on 2 November, taking the place of Federica Mogherini. As High Representative, he will also be, according to Article 18 of the Treaty on European Union, one of the vice-presidents of the Commission, of which he will be a full member.

 Born in La Pobla de Segur (Catalonia) in 1947, Borrell studied science, particularly engineering, economics and applied mathematics. Since 1972 he has been teaching mathematics at the Universidad Complutense in Madrid and, in 1982, he entered politics, taking on the role of Secretary General for Budget and Public Expenditure in the government of Gonzalez, leader of the Socialist Party Obrero Español. In 2004, he took up a European post for the first time, first as President of the Parliament (until 2007) and then as President of the Parliamentary Development Committee (from 2007 to 2009). The following year he returned to teaching and only in 2018 did he return to the public scene, becoming Minister of Foreign Affairs, the European Union and Cooperation in the socialist government of Sanchez.

 In foreign policy, Borrell has in the past taken on critical positions towards Russia and the Trump Administration. At the European level, at his individual hearing on 7 October before the European Parliament (which examines each Commissioner individually), Borrell mentioned the management of the climate emergency and migratory flows as one of Europe's priorities. The Member States, according to the former Spanish minister, will have to act together to ensure that the Union does not become "irrelevant" on the international scene, learning to use the "language of power". Borrell then said that one should "imagine a Europe that is capable of defending itself while working for a multilateral world order that respects human rights and sustainable development objectives", clarifying the vision that will inspire his work as High Representative.

 

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Author: Chiara Vona

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The 5th edition of the Evening&Weekend Programme ended together with January 2019: time really doesmove faster when you put yourself out there facing new challenges! But on the IMES board we are addictedto new adventures as we are already looking forward to the 29th edition, starting by the end of April 2019. This month, however, we would like to share a happy-ending story: the one of Vito Emanuele Cambria, participant of the 23rd edition of the IMES Day Programme held in 2016. After the programme Vito became a successful project manager and his proposal got finally awarded. We couldn’t help but to ask him to share his personal and professional victory with us.

 

1) Brief introduction: what is your background, what are the factors that pushed you to attend the IMES programme in Brussels?

 

I am an Italian biologist daily dealings with threatened ecosystems and their disappearing inhabitants: plants, animals and fungi shaping the marvellous natural heritage Europe yet holds. Concrete actions are necessary to keep safeguarding such great biological and landscape diversity. After years spent studing botany, ecology and conservation biology, I felt the need to move from theory to practice. EU funding programmes were the answer to my quest. In the past I had the opportunity to became familiar with EU projects as implementing expert, but only after attending the IMES programme I started understanding for real how the machine works! During the Course you can, first, build up a comphrensive picture of the EU functioning mechanism (this makes you also a better EU citizen by the way, an additional aspect that should be never underestimated). Secondly, you can rely on trainers, with first-hand experience on EU project appraisal and implementation, which step-by-step will lead you to the acquisition of sound competences in the most important EU Programmes (LIFE, H2020, INTERREG, COSME, etc.) and Project Management tools and techniques. They are the ones with the cat’s in the cradle!

 

2) What happened immediately after the end of the IMES programme? What changed and how did you put into practice what you learned in class? ( How was the adjustment overall)

 

Other colleagues and I have struggled for more than three years to find resources to finance a project aimed

to halt the ecological decline of one of the last remaining coastal woodlands of central Italy: the wood of Palo Laziale, 40 km west of Rome. On three occasions our proposal was rejected. After I attended this course and secured the certificate on July 2016, the project proposal passed the selection as first-ranked LIFE project at the first attempt! The right satisfaction after so much work and many weeks spent in the classroom. During the Programme, I have definitely got tools, methods and very useful tips to uplift my scientific background into high-level project designing skills.

 

3) Would you describe the project that was awarded? What is your role in the consortium?

 

The project LIFE PRIMED “restoration, management and valorisation of PRIority habitats of MEDiterranean coastal areas” (LIFE17 NAT /GR/ 000511) aims to improve the conservation status of habitats and species living in the protected areas of Palo Laziale wood and Nestos Delta, Natura 2000’s sites located in Italy and Greece, respectively. The project is working to develop and scale up innovative environmental engineering solutions and promote community engagement and nature-based tourism. I am the Project Manager of this project, a role of great responsibility, that also makes me proud. Certainly, those weeks in Brussels served me to acquire management skills which I could hardly gain anywhere else.

 

4) Overall, how do you think the IMES programme helped you to make this qualitative leap in your career ? Which are the determinant skills that it conferred to you in order to write a successful project?

 

I learned how to proceed with order in structuring an idea in a coherent framework. I had never heard before

of problems and objectives trees, or logical framework, “mates” that are now core part of my job routine. In addition, I became familiar with the proper language and terminology: long-term strategy, sustainability and replicability. Such expressions became almost my “life-mottos”.

 

5) To someone that’s considering applying to this course, would you recommend it and why?

 

I can certainly recommend the IMES programme. The people arranging this course are among the best professionals I have ever met in my life. The schedule is well-prepared, the work-load is quite affordable and in line with the lessons flow. The classrooms are usually multicultural and age-mixed. If you are willing to

understand how the EU machine works, you must first connect yourself with the Brussels Bubble. Breathe EU policies and programmes, walk with your own feet in the EU institutions’ buildings. You have two choices: do it by yourself or, just like I did, entrust one of the best Europe mother house’s Cicerone. I am pretty sure, you already made your choice.

VITO EMANUELE CAMBRIA

 

IMES Day Programme, 2016 - 23rd ed., Graduate

Project Manager LIFE PRIMED

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http://www.linkedin.com/in/vitoemanuelecambria

 

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Are you graduated in law or political science? Apply now for this opportunity and enter in the Court of Justice as a new intern. You will learn a lot and you could live in the great Luxemburg.

 

For more opportunities go to: Europe

 

Organization: The Court  constitutes the judicial authority of the European Union and, in cooperation with the courts and tribunals of the Member States, it ensures the uniform application and interpretation of EU law.
The Court of Justice of the European Union, which has its seat in Luxembourg, consists of two courts: the Court of Justice and the General Court (created in 1988). The Civil Service Tribunal, established in 2004, ceased to operate on 1 September 2016 after its jurisdiction was transferred to the General Court in the context of the reform of the European Union’s judicial structure

 

Duty Station: Luxembourg

 

Open To: graduated in law or political science

 

Timeframe: there are two traineeship periods:
- from 1 March to 31 July;
- from 16 September to 15 February for the traineeships in the Members' chambers and 1 October to 28 February for the traineeships in the administrative departments.



Deadline:

- for the period march-july the applications to be made between 1 July and 15 September of each year;

- for the periods sempt.-feb. and oct.-feb. the applications to be made between 1 February and 15 April of each year.

 

Job description: every year, the Court of Justice of the European Union offers a limited number of paid traineeships. Traineeships in the Court's administrative departments are generally undertaken in the Directorate for Legal Translation, the Research and Documentation Directorate, the Communication Directorate, the Protocol and Visits Directorate, the office of the Legal Adviser for administrative cases, the Registry of the General Court or the Interpretation Directorate

 

Qualifications: applicants must hold a degree in law or in political sciences (majority content, law) or, for traineeships in the Interpretation Directorate, a diploma in conference interpreting

 

Wage: the grant paid is €1177 net per month

 

Application process: apply using the EU CV Online application

 

Useful links:

Link to the Offer

Court of Justice

 

Contact Information:

tel: (+352) 4303.1

 

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The European Union Agency for Immigration offers paid internships for students and graduates at its Tallin offices. If you are interested in European and migratory policies, this is the opportunity for you!

 

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Organization: EU-Lisa is the European Agency for the operational management of large IT systems in the area of freedom, security and justice (eu-LISA), a newly established EU agency aimed at providing a long-term solution for the operational management of large-scale IT systems, essential tools for implementing EU asylum, management and migration policies

 

Duty Station:  Tallin, Estonia

 

Open To: students or graduates who have completed at least three years of university

 

Timeframe: from 3 to 12 months

 

Deadline: open

 

Job description: the selected resource for the internship position with eu-LISA will actively contribute to the activities of the agency aimed at studying EU migration policies and possible solutions proposals, in a young, multi-cultural environment and of safe use for growth professional and personal

 

Qualifications: the requested requirements to send the application for the internship position with eu-LISA are:

- citizenship of one of the European Union countries

- good knowledge of the English language

 

Wage: expected but not specified

 

Application process: the duly completed application form must be sent by e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Useful links:

Link all'offerta

Europass - European language levels -Self Assessment Grid

Examples of diplomas

Internship standard application form

Intership Policy

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Contact information: the contact form can be found here

 

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The European External Action Service (EEAS) offers young people the opportunity to apply as trainees for the various delegations abroad. Check the specifications and offers and do not miss this fantastic opportunity to work for the European Union and to represent it abroad

 

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Organization: the European External Action Service (EEAS) is a service of the European Union responsible for EU foreign affairs. Created by the Lisbon Treaty, it has been operational since 1 December 2010. It is based in Brussels, Belgium. The External Action Service supports the work of the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and responds to him. In fact, the Service constitutes the foreign ministry of the European Union and manages its foreign policy and diplomatic activity. The Service has a bureaucratic and diplomatic nature and has no political autonomy: decisions on foreign and security policy are taken by the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Union, presided over by the High Representative. The peculiarity of the office of the High Representative is reflected in the peculiarity of the Service compared to the other institutions and structures of the European Union. Because of its intermediate position between the Commission and the Council and its hybrid origin, the Service is indeed a single body, endowed with particular autonomy and importance for the activities of the Commission and the Council. The Service is the first multinational diplomatic service



Duty Station:  extra EU cities

 

Open To: traineeships in EU delegations offered by SEAE are open to:
- EU citizens
- citizens of the candidate countries that have concluded the accession negotiations with the EU
- nationals of the host country.

For paid traineeships, applicants must have graduated from a university or equivalent higher-education establishment with at least a Bachelor's level. For unpaid compulsory traineeships, applicants shall be 3rd ,4th or 5th year students of  a University or another higher-education establishment


Timeframe: traineeships have a duration of 9-18 months

 

Deadline: open

For the deadlines of the single traineeship offers with EEAS in the various hosting delegations, check the link to the open internship opportunities

 

Job description: the various internship offers with EEAS in the various hosting delegations provide for different tasks and activities, in accordance with the individual requirements required by the specific position. Verify the various tasks at the link to the open internship opportunities

 

Qualifications: the specific requirements for traineeships offered by EEAS can be consulted by following the link to the open internship opportunities. Knowledge of the working language of the EU delegation is a general requirement. Knowledge of the official language of the host country is an advantage

 

Wage:  remuneration is provided for young graduates with less than one year of professional experience. The compulsory placements are not paid for students who already reside and study in the host country

 

Application process: the submission of applications is different for each delegation. Check the contacts for submission for each offer following the link to the open internship opportunities. Applications will not be accepted by applicants who have already benefited from any type of training (paid or unpaid) or work for more than 6 weeks in an institution, body, agency or office of the EU. For all the information about the eligibility specifications regarding the traineeship possibilities, consult the following link. The selected candidates will have to provide the following documents:

- diploma

- language certificates

- extract from the "judicial record"

- passport / ID card

- insurance certificate

- medical certificate

- proof of financing (depending on the traineeship)

 

Useful links:

About EEAS

EEAS Website

link to the open internship opportunities

link to the Traineeship offer

Detailed information about the eligibility criteria and the selection process

 

Contact information: all EEAS contacts can be consulted on the website

EEAS Building, 9A Rond Point Schuman

1046 Brussels

Belgium



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International Master in European Studies: come to Brussels to become EU Policy Advisor or EU Project Manager

 

The International Master in European Studies is organised jointly by the European Desk of the Belgian-Italian Chamber of Commerce and the Institute of European Studies of the Catholic University of Louvain to prepare students to work as EU Policy Advisor and Project Manager.

This intensive Master is organized in a 3-month schedule, enabling students to gain specific competencies and skills in a short period of time. Students will have the possibility to gain knowledge on the European Union institutional structure, functioning and policies, as well as get knowledge about EU funding methods and Project Cycle Management. The Master teaching methodology is a practice-oriented approach, which aims at transferring knowledge through a learning-by-doing process. A limited number of 30 students are admitted to the Master: they are from different countries and diverse educational backgrounds.

The Master’s programme is composed of three sections:

In the first section, the topic of the European construction is analysed from the historical, juridical and economic points of view. The main European policies, strategies and monetary agreements are here examined. This is the basis of the theoretical knowledge needed for Lobbying and Project Management.

The second section focuses on learning the mechanisms, tools and criteria for designing and managing successful EU-funded projects and tenders. The student learns through a learning-by-doing approach, with the support of case studies and interactive workshops. The lessons and the practical activities are held by professional EU Advisors, who have years of experience in planning, advising and providing technical assistance to SMEs, NGOs, think-tanks, public entities, and international organizations.

In the third section, several seminars at the European institutions are organized in order to meet EU officers and to have a direct contact with professionals. This section aims also to provide students with a wide vision of the different realities operating on the Brussels area in the European field.

The Job Link module is one of the master’s strengths: it is a good start for the entrance in the Brussels job market. It provides the support to students in further developing their career path by a seminar and the one-to-one meetings with a recruiter. The CV of the students will be included in a CV Book which is sent to various organizations and companies in Brussels. If students find an internship, the BICC will support them with the drafting of the contract and offering the trainee insurance

 

Deadline for the application: 17th August 2018

 

Duration: From 17th September to 13th December 2018

 

How to apply: IMES applications should be done through this Online Form

Following documents should be attached during the application:

- a copy of the university diploma or equivalent degree (last-year university students shall submit a transcript of records)

- a CV in English

- a cover letter in English, stating their motivation to attend the Master

- language certificates or a language knowledge self-statement

- one passport-size photograph

- a copy of passport or other identification document

- proof of payment of the first instalment of tuition fees

 

Fees and scholarships: The overall tuition fee for attending the Master amounts to 4.800€. The payment of the fee is divided into 3 instalments. The first instalment of 500 € must be paid at the application phase. Scholarships of a value of 2.000 € can be awarded to students.

 

Useful Links:

- International Master in European Studies website

- Programme in detail

- Online application form

- Testimonials

 

Useful Contacts:

Master’s Coordinator – Ms Vanessa Spadaro

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0032 4719 11666

Avenue Henri – Jaspar, 113

1060 Brussels

 

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Are you creative and interested in fighting violence against women? Say no! Stop Violence Against Women video Competition  is waiting for your contribution! Take part and meet European Commission in Bruxelles!

 

Organization: European Commission is the main decisional institution in European Union system, proposing legislative initiatives, supporting decision process, contribuiting to steer policy making process over oll EU member States.

 As part of its NON.NO.NEIN. Say No! Stop Violence against Women campaign, the European Commission in cooperation with Edcom is launching a competition inviting young professionals and students in creative schools to pitch a concept for an awareness raising video to be used on social media.

 

Closing date: 10 February 2018,  winners announced on 8th March 2018

 

Open to: professionals and students from creative schools

 

The Competion

Violence against women is a form of abuse that takes place at all levels of society and in all EU countries. Often, people in the vicinity remain inactive. Targeting these bystanders, the short video should raise awareness of violence against women and encourage people to speak out against it. The production language is English.

The winning entry will be awarded a trip to Brussels (flights and subsistence costs included for up to 4 persons). They will be invited to meet the European Commission team working on gender equality to discuss the project, visit the EU institutions and get a taste of the great cultural scene in the city (details to be confirmed). The prize cannot be exchanged for a financial compensation

 

Link:

Video Competition

Campaign Web site

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European Committee of the Regions (CoR) offers a limited number of university graduates a five-month traineeship

 

For more similar opportunities visit our section Europe

 

Organization: The Committee of the Regions is the voice of regions and cities in the European Union. The European Committee of the Regions (CoR) is the European Union's (EU) assembly of local and regional representatives that provides sub-national authorities (i.e. regions, counties, provinces, municipalities and cities) with a direct voice within the EU's institutional framework.

Established in 1994, the CoR was set up to address two main issues. First, about three quarters of EU legislation is implemented at local or regional level, so local and regional representatives needed to have a say in the development of new EU laws. Second, there were concerns about a widening gap between the public and the process of European integration; involving the elected level of government closest to the citizens was one way of closing the gap

 

Duty station: Brussels, Belgium

 

Deadline:

-from 16 February to 15 July (spring session)

-from 16 September to 15 February (autumn session)

 

Description: Each trainee is assigned to a specific department of the CoR. The nature of the work depends largely on the unit. Some units are more politically oriented, others are more administrative. In general, the type of work assigned is equivalent to that performed by junior executive-grade officials (AD5).

The aim of the traineeship within the CoR is:

-to provide a unique, first-hand experience of the workings of the CoR in particular, and of the EU institutions in general

-to acquire practical experience and knowledge of the day-to-day work of the Committee's departments

-to work in a multicultural and multilingual environment

-to put into practice knowledge acquired during studies, particularly in your areas of competence

 

Requirements: To apply for a traineeship at the CoR, a number of basic requirements must be fulfilled.

Applicants must:

-be a national of one of the Member States of the European Union or of a State which is an official candidate for accession;

-have completed at least the first cycle of a higher education course and obtained a full degree by the closing date for applications

-have a thorough knowledge of one of the official languages of the European Union and a satisfactory knowledge of another EU-working language (French or English)

 

Wage: not specified

 

Application process: Applications are exclusively submitted online via an internet application form in English, French or German. Before you start filling in the form, please make sure that you have all the required information.

-There are mandatory and optional fields to complete. It is impossible for you to submit your application unless you complete all the mandatory fields. The other fields are optional, and are intended to help the Traineeships Office to establish a more detailed profile of you.

-Please check that all the information you provide is correct. Also check your form thoroughly before submitting it.

-You can return to your application form and make changes at any time before the submission deadline. After this date, no changes are allowed.

-Once your application is submitted electronically, you will receive an acknowledgement of receipt by e-mail. With this e-mail you will receive a personal access code. This allows you to check your status during the selection process. No correspondence is carried out regarding individual entries and the Traineeships Office does not provide feedback on evaluation or progress of applications.

-Any false statement or omission in the application form, even if unintentional, may lead to rejection of the application or cancellation of a traineeship.

 

Useful linksCoR

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The European Solidarity Corps is the new European Union initiative which creates opportunities for young people to volunteer or work in projects in their own country or abroad that benefit communities and people around Europe.

 

For more similar opportunities visit our section Europe

 

Organization: The European Solidarity Corps brings together young people to build a more inclusive society, supporting vulnerable people and responding to societal challenges. It offers an inspiring and empowering experience for young people who want to help, learn and develop. European Solidarity Corps participants carry with them ideas, convictions and expectations. The participating organisations have to be mindful of these needs as they are responsible for providing a respectful and trusting hosting environment.

 

Duty station: candidate’s own country or abroad

 

Timeframe: Projects supported by the European Solidarity Corps can last from two to twelve months

 

Deadline: not specified

 

Open to: interested candidate must be legally resident in or have the nationality of one of the European Union Member States, or of the following countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

 

Description: The European Solidarity Corps is the new European Union initiative which creates opportunities for young people to volunteer or work in projects that benefit communities and people around Europe. After completing a simple registration process, participants could be selected join a wide range of projects. These projects will be run by organisations which have been checked and authorised to run European Solidarity Corps projects. You can register for the European Solidarity Corps when you are 17 years old, but you cannot start a project until you are over 18. You must also complete the European Solidarity Corps project before you turn 31. Examples of what he/she could be asked to do include:

-Helping rebuild a school or community centre that has been devastated following an earthquake

-Providing support to newly arrived asylum seekers

-Clearing vegetation from forests to help prevent wildfires

-Working with disabled people in a community centre

 

Requirements: interested candidate should be between 17 and 30 years old and be a resident of determined countries

 

Wage:  not specified

 

Application process: online

 

Useful links:  

The European Solidarity Corps

Offer

 

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Assembly of European Regions  is looking for an intern to work at its Strasbourg office

 

For more similar opportunities visit our section Europe

 

Organization: The Assembly of European Regions was established in 1985, with the aim of enhancing the voice and the position of Europe’s regions. It has achieved great success over this period, with many European countries implementing regional reforms and with a significant improvement in the role of the regions in European decision-making. The Assembly of European Regions (AER) is the largest independent network of regions in wider Europe. Bringing together more than 150 regions from 35 countries and 16 interregional organisations, AER is the political voice of its members and a forum for interregional co-operation. The AER is governed by the following structures: the General Assembly consisting of political representatives of the AER member regions, the Bureau and the Presidium.

 

Duty station: Strasbourg

 

Deadline: not specified

 

Timeframe: 3 months minimum, preferably 6 months

 

Description: The selected candidate will have to deal with some daily organisational work required in the office of the AER Secretary General but also with public policy work.

The main tasks asked will be:

– administrative work (20%)

– background research on policy matters (30%)

– translation and drafting of briefings, news articles (30%)

– help in the liaison with members (20%)

 

Requirements: Candidates should have a general understanding of European policies, an interest in political matters and a strong capacity in organisation with the aptitude to work in a multinational team.

Good IT skills are needed: our team is spread in different locations and we use cloud based applications for most of our work. You will need to be able to very quickly master the different tools.

The AER working language is English. A proficient, ideally mother tongue level of English is required.

 

Wage: The internship is remunerated according to the legal requirements but the student meets his/her travel and living costs.

 

Application process: The job in such an office is wide and quite different everyday, further information to potential interns will be given in a recruiting interview. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.

If you are interested, please send CV and a cover letter in English to:

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Additional info: For all internships within AER, a contract must be signed by AER and the student’s home University/School/Institute. Please note that this is compulsory.

 

Useful links:

The Assembly of European Regions (AER)

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