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Career opportunities at the European Union

11 December 2015
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Would you like to work in an international environment and that your job impacts over 400 million people and beyond on a daily basis? Then a career at the European Union might be something for you!

However, where to start? What kind of opportunities are there? Which conditions do I have to fulfill in order to be eligible to apply?  Often, a career at the European Union seems far away for students, but this does not have to be the case.

I am Dwayne van Haasen and as an EU Careers Ambassador, these and many other questions I can answer for you!  I can help you gain insight in openings for traineeships or for permanent career opportunities at the EU institutions through the EU Concourse.  Furthermore, I can help you explain the selection procedures and give advice how to prepare for them.

Follow me on Facebook: EU Careers – Groningen and keep posted on job or traineeships openings and upcoming career Events!  Or just contact me on eucareers.groningen@gmail.com with any questions you might have!

Last modified:17 February 2017 11.08 a.m.

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