The EU Issue Tracker internship is a demanding and challenging paid internship opportunity for candidates having completed a Masters in EU Studies or a Masters in EU Law.
While an appropriate academic background is necessary for any professional career, much can only be understood through real work experience. With this in mind, the EU Issue Tracker Internship introduces suitably trained and educated starters to the real world of EU policy in Brussels and allows them to gain professional experience.
Under the supervision of the senior members of the Policy Team, the intern will be involved in a supporting role in research, monitoring, the preparation of policy-related material, and other work in support of the permanent team, feeding into the rigorous process that produces the consistent quality, timeliness and reliability of EU Issue Tracker.
Who can apply?
We accept applications only from candidates with a Masters in EU Law or a Masters in EU Affairs / EU Politics. Candidacies that do not meet this requirement will not be considered.
How to Apply:
Please send your CV to Nadia Antoniou at firstname.lastname@example.org by or before 23 February 2014. After submitting your CV, please do not follow up by phone or email. If your candidacy meets the minimum requirements set out in this announcement, then you will hear from us regardless of the outcome. Thanks in advance for your understanding.
Start Date, Duration, Conditions:
Starting Date: Mid-April 2014
Duration: Six Months
Pay: Legal Belgian internship pay plus meal vouchers
Medical: Public Belgian national health coverage
- A recent Master's in EU law or EU Affairs I EU Politics. Note: this is an absolute requirement; no exceptions are made.
- Clear ability in conceptual and structured thinking and in analytical and synthetic writing.
- Outstanding results on our recruitment test of writing, analytical, and communications skills.
- Native or equivalent written and spoken English, plus other EU languages.
- Legal eligibility to work in Belgium.