Do you have at least a Bachelor’s Degree and are a nationals of a EU Member States or a EU candidate countries? The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights - FRA - offers traineeships for many students every year. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by: apply now!

 

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Organization/Company: The European Union established the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights - FRA - to provide independent, evidence-based assistance and expertise on fundamental rights to EU institutions and Member States. FRA is an independent EU body, funded by the Union’s budget.

They are responsible for taking large-scale surveys, carrying out comparative legal or social research and reviews handbooks for legal practitioners.

FRA also holds annual flagship fundamental rights conferences. These conferences bring together 300–400 key stakeholders, ranging from EU to national and local institutions, civil society organisations and practitioners, to discuss specific issues.

FRA maintains close links with relevant institutions and organisations at all levels:

- The European Parliament, the Council of the European Union, the European Commission and EU agencies

- National government authorities, particularly through its network of National Liaison Officers, who act as main contact points for FRA in Member States, and through thematic working groups on Roma and hate crime bringing together Member States’ representatives to develop good practices for implementation nationally

- International organisations, such as the Council of Europe, the United Nations and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)

- Civil society organisations, academic institutions, equality bodies and national human rights institutions

FRA organises smaller meetings with governmental experts and other stakeholders to support the follow-up of its research findings. These meetings pool knowledge and highlight promising practices that could help address specific fundamental rights challenges.

FRA engages in structured dialogue with civil society through the Fundamental Rights Platform (FRP). The FRP is the agency’s channel for cooperation and information exchange with almost 400 civil society organisations, working on numerous fundamental rights issues across the EU. The platform brings together a diverse group of actors on the European, national and local levels. It is a unique forum that allows for a truly European debate on fundamental rights. The platform meets once a year.

A five-year Multi-annual Framework defines the nine thematic areas of FRA’s work:

- Access to justice

- Victims of crime, including compensation to victims

- Information society and, in particular, respect for private life and the protection of personal data

- Roma integration

- Judicial cooperation, except in criminal matters

- Rights of the child

- Discrimination

- Immigration and integration of migrants, visa and border control, and asylum

- Racism, xenophobia and related intolerance

 

Duty Station: Vienna

 

Open To: Graduated nationals from EU State Members

 

Timeframe: 3 to 12 months from October 1st, 2018

 

Deadline: Open

 

Job description: The aims of the traineeship at the FRA are:

- To provide trainees an understanding of the objectives and activities of the Agency’s role in ensuring full respect for fundamental rights across the EU

- To enable trainees to acquire practical experience and knowledge of the day-to-day work of FRA Departments and sectors. To provide the opportunity to work in a multi-cultural, multi linguistic and multi-ethnic environment, contributing to the development of mutual understanding, trust and tolerance

- To promote European integration within the spirit of new governance and through active participation to create awareness of true European citizenship

- To enable trainees to put into practice knowledge acquired during their studies, and in particular in their specific areas of competence

- To introduce these graduates to the professional world and the constraints, duties and opportunities therein

- To allow trainees to contribute to the Agency’s mission in helping to make fundamental rights a reality for everyone in the EU

Traineeship places are offered in the following FRA Departments and sectors:

- Director’s office

- Corporate Services

- Equality and Citizens’ Rights

- Freedoms and Justice

- Fundamental Rights Promotion

 

Qualifications: To be eligible for the traineeship, you must:

- Be a graduate who has completed at least the first cycle of a higher education course (i.e. university education) and obtained a full degree or its equivalent by the closing date for applications

- Be a national of the Member States of the European Union (28) and EU candidate (Albania, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Turkey) and potential candidate (Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo) countries

- Have a very good knowledge of English and another EU language

 

Wage: Planned, not specified the amount

 

Application process: In order to apply, you must fill in the Online Application Form you will find on the website page (see Useful links) and attach your Europass CV, only in .doc or .pdf format.

 

Useful links:

Link to the offer

FRA website

FRA Departments

Traineeship FAQs

 

Contact information:

European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

Schwarzenbergplatz 11

A-1040 Vienna

Austria

E-mail (general information and visitor groups): This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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Tel: +43 1 580 30 - 0

Fax: +43 1 503 13 85



edited by Ruino Martina Pia

 

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MOOCs - Massive Open Online Courses - are free online courses taught by university professors that allow students to get informed through videos and quizzes on current topics. Most courses are in English.



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Organization: These courses are currently offered by the European Committee of the Regions (CoR),  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. Within the European Union local and regional authorities have lobbied for an increased say in EU affairs. This resulted in the creation by the Maastricht Treaty of the European Committee of the Regions, and provision for member states to be represented in the Council of the EU by ministers from their regional governments.



When: The period of the courses runs from the 15/01/2018 till 14/01/2019 (You can also take part only to the courses and lessons chosen)

 

Where: online here

 

Opportunity Description: The CoR is the first EU body that developed and delivered two MOOCs on "Europe's regions, the EU institutions and policy-making" (2015) and "The EU budget and funding for regions and cities" (2016), which reached more than 15,000 participants worldwide. Building on this successful experience, the CoR is launching a third MOOC focusing on "How to make the most of EU resources for regions and cities". The MOOC will provide relevant information on present and future EU policies and programmes, as well as practical tools and examples of available funding opportunities at regional and local level.

The course will be available on Iversity, an online learning platform, and will include videos, factsheets, infographics and web-streamed live debates with Q&A from the course participants. Moreover, course followers will be able to interact via their learning journals in the course platform. During the first six weeks of the course (15 January-23 February 2018), followers will focus on one specific theme per week and will evaluate their learning progress via assignments and a weekly quiz. Studying time will be about 1.5 hours per week. The course material will remain online for one year, so that after the first six weeks learners can work through the course material in their own pace. The course is co-created with several Directorates-General of the European Commission – Regional and Urban Policy; Budget; Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion; Agriculture and Rural development; Eurostat – as well as the European Investment Bank, Interreg Europe and URBACT. The course is free of charge, open to anyone interested in EU and regional and local affairs, and accessible on all devices.



Qualifications: This course is for everybody interested in the EU and its regional and local affairs, particularly for officials of regional and local administrations involved in EU affairs. It also targets students, teachers, local journalists and citizens in general. The only requirement is to have a good knowledge of English and of the European Union

 

Application process: It is possible to register here


Fees: free

 

Contact:

Organizer: European Committee of the Regions

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Useful Links:

Link to the offer

European Committee of the Regions Homepage



Edited by Chiara Dello Russo

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Are you a EU/EEA/EFTA citizen? Have you completed your first cycle of university education? Don’t miss this great opportunity to work for an important European Agency such as the EIT: apply now!

 

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Organization/Company: The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) is a unique EU initiative that boosts innovation and entrepreneurship across Europe with one simple idea: through diversity, there is strength. It supports the development of dynamic pan-European partnerships between leading universities, research labs and companies. Together, they develop innovative products and services, start new companies, and train a new generation of entrepreneurs. They bring ideas to market, turn students into entrepreneurs and, most importantly, they innovate. These partnerships are known as EIT Innovation Communities.

The EIT’s support helps innovators and entrepreneurs across Europe to turn their ideas into products and services for the market. This is crucial to fulfilling the mission of the EIT: delivering the jobs and sustainable economic growth opportunities that Europe is seeking.The EIT is playing a vital role in helping to increase economic growth and create jobs.

The EIT is an integral part of Horizon 2020, the EU’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. Horizon 2020 is a key pillar of the Innovation Union – a Europe 2020 flagship initiative that aims to enhance Europe’s global competitiveness.

 

Duty Station: Budapest

 

Open To: Everyone who meets the requirements

 

Timeframe: Not specified

 

Deadline: Open

 

Job description: Traineeships at the EIT are addressed mainly to young university graduates, without excluding those who - in the framework of lifelong learning - have recently obtained a university diploma and are at the beginning of a new professional career.

The aim of traineeships at the EIT is to:

- Provide trainees an understanding of the objectives and activities of the EIT

- Enable trainees to acquire practical experience and knowledge of the day-to-day work at the EIT Headquarters

- Promote European integration through active participation to create awareness of true European citizenship

- Enable trainees to put into practice knowledge acquired during their studies, and in particular in their specific areas of competence

The EIT through its traineeship scheme benefits from the input of young enthusiastic graduates who can give a fresh point of view and up-to-date academic knowledge, which will enhance the everyday work of the EIT; and creates a pool of young people with first-hand experience of and trained in EIT procedures, who will be better prepared to collaborate and cooperate with the EIT in the future; specifically as professionals of knowledge and innovation communities and, in a manner, as ambassadors for European ideas and values both within and outside the European Union.

 

Qualifications:

- Candidates must have completed, by the closing date for applications, the first cycle of university education and obtained a full degree or its equivalent

- Candidates from EU Member States must have very good knowledge of English and another EU official language

- Candidates from EEA/EFTA Member States, candidate countries and from the USA, Japan, South Korea and the BRICS countries must have very good knowledge of English, the working language of the EIT

- Applicants are required to have a general behaviour compatible with the security requirements of the EIT and to be physically fit to perform the tasks

 

Wage: Expected, not mentioned the amount

 

Application process: To apply, simply go to the EIT website (see Useful links), create an account and submit your application.

 

Useful information: The EIT wishes to offer to as many people as possible the opportunity of in-service training. Therefore, traineeships are only open to candidates who have not:

- Benefited yet or benefit from any kind of traineeship (formal or informal, paid or unpaid) within a European Institution or body

- Had or have any kind of employment within a European Institution or body, delegation or representation office, including anyone who is or has been an assistant to a Member of the European Parliament, an intra-muros consultant or researcher, a temporary staff member, a contract staff member, an auxiliary staff member or an interim staff member of any EU Institution, body, delegation or representative office

- Had or have any paid traineeship, employment or other contractual relationship with the existing Knowledge and Innovation Communities (i.e. the legal entity and partners of EIT ICTLabs, InnoEnergy, Climate KIC)

 

Useful links:

Link to the offer

EIT Careers

EIT website

 

Contact information:

EIT Headquarters: Infopark - Building E

1 Neumann Janos utca 1117

Budapest, Hungary

Main Switchboard: +36 14 819 300

 

edited by Ruino Martina Pia

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The European Space Agency offers many internship opportunities for the next year. Choose yours!

 

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Organization: The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space. Its mission is to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world. ESA is an international organisation with 22 Member States. By coordinating the financial and intellectual resources of its members, it can undertake programmes and activities far beyond the scope of any single European country. ESA’s job is to draw up the European space programme and carry it through. ESA's programmes are designed to find out more about Earth, its immediate space environment, our Solar System and the Universe, as well as to develop satellite-based technologies and services, and to promote European industries. ESA also works closely with space organisations outside Europe.

ESA's headquarters are in Paris which is where policies and programmes are decided. ESA also has sites in a number of European countries, each of which has different responsibilities:

-EAC, the European Astronauts Centre in Cologne, Germany;

-ESAC, the European Space Astronomy Centre, in Villanueva de la Canada, Madrid, Spain;

-ESOC, the European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany;

-ESRIN, the ESA centre for Earth Observation, in Frascati, near Rome, Italy;

-ESTEC, the European Space Research and Technology Centre, Noordwijk, the Netherlands.

-ECSAT, the European Centre for Space Applications and Telecommunications, Harwell, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom.

-ESA Redu Centre, Belgium.

ESAC, the European Space Astronomy Centre, is the ‘home’ of ESA’s space-telescope and planetary missions, the place from where science operations are conducted, and where all of the scientific data produced are archived and made accessible to the world. Telescopes in space are humankind’s eyes in the heavens: from their superior observing positions high above Earth’s atmosphere, they provide us with astounding views of the Universe at many different wavelengths. ESAC is where the instruments providing these views are operated and where these views become available for scientific study. Signals from black holes, from distant galaxies, from neighbouring planets and even from planets far beyond the Solar System are beamed back to the Madrid countryside.

ESAC has been chosen as the site for the Science Operations Centres (SOCs) of ESA Science missions for both astronomy and the Solar System. This means ESAC is rapidly evolving into a scientific hot-spot, a meeting point for top-level international space scientists working in different, but closely-related areas. The archives for all of ESA’s astronomy and Solar System missions are kept at ESAC so researchers have a single ‘entry point’ for accessing the wealth of scientific data.

ESAC is also involved in Earth Observation activities. ESAC hosts the Payload Operations and Data Processing Ground Segment of the ESA’s Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS), second Earth Explorer satellite.

ESAC offers 27 internship project for the 2018. You can find here all of them:

  1. Triggering xmm-newton target of opportunity observations with swift
  2. Extension and exploitation of high-energy upper limit tools
  3. X-ray investigations of the unique "bursting pulsar
  4. X-ray observations of nearby active galaxies with xmm-newton
  5. Code analysis for cassini vims data and juice
  6. Planning simulator with gpu
  7. Modelling and analysis of the microscopic properties of cometary dust using the rosetta/midas dataset
  8. Flashes (flexible alert system for high energy sources)
  9. Convolutional neural nets and a galaxy cluster zoo
  10. Gaia: design a toy model of global astrometry in python
  11. 3d maps of nearby star forming regions with gaia
  12. Space surveillance and tracking segment: support on testing sst front-end and back-end
  13. Exploring the scientific database of the planetary science archive
  14. Visualization of esac science archives accesses worldwide in near real-time
  15. Visualizing the sun-earth connection
  16. Visualising network information through a web interface tool
  17. Reconstructing spacecraft ephemeris with spice for esa planetary missions
  18. Design of a millimetre-wave polarization calibration nano-satellite
  19. Common test reports: testing reports in confluence
  20. Cubesat: attitude determination and control system and demonstrator
  21. Gnss science for everyone: scientific applications using raw gnss measurements from android smartphones
  22. Ob stars in the solar neighbourhood as observed by gaia
  23. Discovery and characterization of hot subdwarfs using the virtual observatory
  24. Vo scientific exploitation of wide-area surveys
  25. Preparation of science cases for the cesar education initiative
  26. Image processing pipeline for the cesar solar observatory
  27. Software development for space science education in cesar

 

Duty Station: Paris

 

Deadline: 10 december 2017

 

Job description: -Traineeships last from three to six months.

-Traineeships are unpaid, however a daily allowance may be granted of €20 for non-residents (including weekends) and €15 for residents (not including weekends). A non-resident is defined as someone living more than 50 km from the establishment.

-Trainees have to provide their own health insurance, accident insurance and travel expenses.

-Trainees are responsible for finding their own accommodation.

 

Qualifications: -To apply you must be a national of an ESA Member State or one of its Cooperating States. Member States include: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Canada is a Cooperating State and Slovenia is an associate member. Other EU states also have Cooperation Agreements with ESA, such as Bulgaria, Cyprus, Lithuania and Malta. Latvia and Slovakia are participating in the Plan for European Cooperating States (PECS). Studying in an ESA member state does not contribute to your eligibility for an ESA traineeship.

-Applicants should be in the last few years of their Bachelors degree or be studying a Master's degree. You need to at least be a student (either undergradute or Master's student) when you apply. For recent graduates, we refer you to the ESA Young Graduate Trainee scheme and the ESA National Trainee scheme. For PhD and Post-docs, we refer you to the Network/Partnering Initiative (NPI) and the ESA Research Fellowships.

 

Application process: Complete the online application form, filling out your details, indicating which projects you want to apply for (a maximum of 3) and uploading your CV (in English).

You can also attach a cover letter to your CV if you wish. You will be contacted shortly after the deadline if you have been invited for an interview. An interview day at ESAC will be organised for January/February 2018 where you have the opportunity to talk to each tutor of the projects of your interest. If you are unable to attend the interview session, telephone/web interviews will be held.

 

Useful links:

Offer site

ESA website

 

Contact information:

Communication Department

European Space Agency

8-10 rue Mario Nikis

75738 Paris

Cedex 15

France

Tel: + 33 1 5369 7155

Fax: + 33 1 5369 7690

 

Edited by Daniela Esposito

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AER is looking for an intern to work in the Secretary General’s office and enhance your knowledge

 

For more similar opportunities visit our section Europe

 

Organization: On 15 June 1985, at Louvain-la-Neuve, 47 Regions and 9 interregional organisations founded the Council of the Regions of Europe (CRE), which would later become the Assembly of European Regions in November 1987 at the second General meeting of the Regions of Europe in Brussels. In the year 1985 AER launched its first programme, Eurodyssey, designed to promote and encourage youth mobility. The creation of the Committee of the Regions (CoR) in 1994 and the Chamber of the Regions in the framework of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of Europe (CLRAE) in 1994, exemplified a victory for AER in advocating for the regions in Europe. In 1995, AER launched a campaign to promote regionalism in Europe. As a result, 300 AER members adopted in 1996 the Declaration on Regionalism in Europe immediately initializing a reference document for new and developing regions. Now the Assembly of European Regions (AER) is the largest independent network of regions in wider Europe. Bringing together more than 200 regions from 35 countries and 16 interregional organizations, AER is the political voice of its members and a forum for interregional co-operation. The present President is Magnus Berntsson from Västra Götaland (Sweden).

 

Duty station: Strasbourg, France

 

Deadline: February 20

 

Duration:  3 to 6 months

 

Target group: Students who meet the requirements

 

Description:  As part of the AER team you will deal with some daily organizational work required in the office of the AER Secretary General but also with public policy work. The main tasks asked will be:

– background research on policy matters

– translation and drafting of briefings, news articles

– help in the liaison with members

– help in the animation of 2 AER programmes : the Youth Regional Network and the Summer Academy

 

Requirements:  The ideal candidate will have a general understanding of European policies, an interest in political matters and a strong capacity in organization with the aptitude to work in a multinational team. The AER working language is English. A proficient, ideally mother tongue level of English is required. Mastering another European language would be an asset especially Spanish or German

 

Wage: remunerated

 

Application process: please send an email to Johanna Pacevicius at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in which you intro­duce your­self, together with your CV in English and a short motivation letter

 

Useful information: For all internships within the AER, a contract must be signed by the AER and the student’s home University/School/Institute. Please note that this is compulsory. The internship is remunerated according to the legal requirements but the student meets his/her travel and living costs

 

Useful links:

Vacancy

AER Homepage

 

Edited by Roberta Libro

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Interesting traineeship in The European Medicines Agency. You can have the possibility to do a unique experience in London, the world of medicine is waiting for you!

 

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Organization: The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is a decentralised agency of the European Union (EU), located in London since 1995. The Agency is responsible for the scientific evaluation, supervision and safety monitoring of medicines developed by pharmaceutical companies for use in the EU. EMA protects public and animal health in 28 EU Member States, as well as the countries of the European Economic Area, by ensuring that all medicines available on the EU market are safe, effective and of high quality. EMA serves a market of over 500 million people living in the EU

 

Duty Station: London

 

Open to: Students with all the qualifications

 

Timeframe: Traineeships last for a maximum of twelve months (two consecutive six-month contracts)

 

Deadline: Open. There are two possible traineeship intakes per year, starting on 1 October and 1 April

 

Job description: The European Medicines Agency operates a trainee programme. The programme gives trainees an understanding of the Agency and its role within the activities of the European Union (EU) and provides professional experience in a working environment

 

Qualifications: The trainee programme is aimed at university graduates at the beginning of their professional careers. Applicants need to have:

- European Union (EU) or European Economic Area nationality

- An university degree (minimum Bachelor level) by 1 August for the October intake and by 1 March for the April intake

- A good command of English and knowledge of a second official EU language

 Successful candidates will typically have a background relating to the activities of the Agency, such as pharmacy, medicine, life sciences, healthcare, chemistry, information technology, law (with an interest in pharmaceutical regulatory affairs), human resources, finance, communications, public relations, or library and information science

 

Wage/fees: The Agency pays a maintenance grant of £1,550 per month to trainees. It also pays a travel allowance to compensate for relocation to the United Kingdom and other costs at the start and end of the traineeship

 

Application process: The next application process will be for the October 2017 traineeship intake. We recommend that interested candidates regularly check the website for updates

 

Useful links:

Open call

EMEA

 

Contact information:

Tel. +44 (0)20 3660 6000  

Fax +44 (0)20 3660 5555

 

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Edited by Marta Simoncini

 

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