So you know how to apply for a role at an EU institution, but are still not sure why you should. Don't let us try to persuade you; instead, here are Head of Representation Jackie Minor's 5 reasons why the EU institutions are a great place to work!
The second in our series of EU careers case studies focuses on a British trainee in Brussels! Katie Low is an Oxford graduate who is currently undertaking a traineeship at the European Economic and Social Committee. Here's how she's found her first couple of months in Brussels! If you want to follow Katie's EU career, check out her blog.
Have you ever read a job description and still have no idea what the role involves? We're here to break down the words and phrases that often crop up in EU job descriptions, so that you have a clear idea of what to expect!
In this case study, Paul Kaye, a Language Officer at the European Commission, gives us an insight into his career path and what he gets up to day to day.
Have you ever wondered what EU employees actually do day to day? This is the first in a series of case studies in which we'll be taking a closer look at various careers in EU institutions. First up is Iona Hamilton, who works on Competition Policy in the EU.
Ok, so you've read the job description and discovered you're the perfect candidate. All that's left is to apply! The problem is, you have no idea what the application process involves... Luckily for you, we've laid it out for you!