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    Traineeship at the JRC

    The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is a Directorate-General of the European Commission, providing independent science and technology advice to European policymakers.

    The JRC offers internships to young trainees who wish to acquire scientific work experience and to put into practice the scientific knowledge they have obtained during their studies or professional careers.

    The scientific activities of the JRC are divided between the following sites: Brussels, Ispra, Geel, Petten and Karlsruhe.


    – Nationals of the Member States of the EU and of countries associated to the Research Framework Programmes. However, a limited number of nationals of non-Member States may also be accepted.

    – Excellent knowledge of at least 2 official languages of the EU, one of which should be English (minimum C1)

    Non-EU nationals must have a very good knowledge of at least English.

    -Recent university graduates who have completed at least a standard

    3-year higher education degree.


    A monthly allowance equivalent to 25% of the basic remuneration for an official at grade 5/1 adjusted by the correction coefficient applicable to the JRC site where the traineeship takes place. Those whose place of recruitment is less than 50km from the JRC site will receive half of this allowance.


    Between 3 and 5 months. Contracts begin on either the 1st or the 16 th day of the month.


    Internships are published on the JRC’s online web application system (ESRA), on which candidates can apply directly.

    Deadline: 21 May 2024

    Read more here.