Fully Funded European Commission Blue Book Traineeship 2024

The Fully Funded European Commission Blue Book Traineeship is open to all nationals. Each year, the commission offers a 5-month paid traineeship. The EC Blue Book Training program will be held in Belgium and Luxemburg. For this program, they prefer applicants without previous work experience.

According to the EU Commission website, 650 people from around the world were selected out of 2,500 applicants.

Fully Funded European Commission Blue Book Traineeship 2024
Fully Funded European Commission Blue Book Traineeship 2024

Summary

Deadline: 15 March 2024
Study in: BelgiumLuxembourg
Provider: European Commission
Study Level: Training
Area of Study: Subjects offered by the university

 

Eligibility

The eligibility criteria for the Fully Funded European Commission Blue Book Traineeship are:

  • The EC Blue Book traineeship is open to all EU citizens, as well as a limited number of seats for non-EU nationals.
  • Have completed a standard 3-year higher education degree.
  • have no prior work experience of any kind.
  • Good knowledge of English.
  • No need for IELTS or TOEFL tests.
  • Work five 8-hour days – 40 hours per week in total.
  • 2 days’ paid leave per month.
  • There is no age limit for participating in the traineeships.

 

Benefits

The benefits of the Fully Funded European Commission Blue Book Traineeship are:

  • Monthly allowance of €1,376 per month. The Grant/living allowance is paid at the end of each month.
  • Visa costs will be reimbursed.
  • Medical fees will be reimbursed.
  • The EU will cover the travel expenditure. (Airfare Tickets)
  • The Commission does not cover accommodation expenses.

 

Others

Supporting Documents for Fully Funded European Commission Blue Book Traineeship

A copy of your:

    • valid ID card or passport
    • university qualifications of studies completed before the deadline for applications
  1. Proof of
    • university exchange programs abroad, participation in EU or international programs, seminars, or workshops
    • all declared language skills (other than mother tongue/s)
    • all declared work experience.

Additional Points are given for:

  • Work experience, if you have
  • Work or volunteering experience abroad.
  • Rare fields of study

 

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