Throughout the year, Eurojust offers a number of internships to provide individuals with the opportunity to learn more about the activities of our organisation, and put their learning and skills into practice by contributing to Eurojust’s mission. What are you waiting for? Fly to The Hague and provide your fresh point of view!
Organization: The European Union’s Judicial Cooperation Unit or Eurojust is a body established in 2002 to promote the coordination of investigations and prosecutions among EU Member States in their action against serious organized and cross-border crimes. In the framework of investigations and prosecutions involving two or more Member States, Eurojust has the task of promoting and improving coordination between national authorities, according to all the provisions adopted in the Treaties.
Duty Station: The Hague, The Netherlands
Open To: Internships are offered to individuals whose academic profile or professional experience indicates that they would benefit from an internship with Eurojust.
Timeframe: Internships can start either on the 1st or 16th of a month and are offered for a minimum of three months, up to a maximum of six months, depending on the needs of each specific project.
Deadline: Applications are open all year long
Job description: Eurojust benefits from the input of enthusiastic interns, who can provide a fresh point of view and up-to-date knowledge to enhance the everyday work of Eurojust. Eurojust will also benefit from creating a pool of people with first-hand experience of Eurojust, who could then cooperate with Eurojust or other EU bodies in the future and act as long-term ‘goodwill ambassadors’ to protect and promote the ideas and values of Eurojust and the EU institutions and bodies. The Eurojust internship programme aims to:
- Provide interns, during their studies or recently after completing their studies, with experience of the workings of Eurojust in particular and the European Union institutions and bodies in general;
- Enable interns to acquire practical experience and knowledge of the day-to-day work of the College and/or Administration, as applicable;
- Provide an opportunity to work in a multi-cultural and multi-linguistic environment, contributing to the development of mutual understanding, trust and tolerance;
- Provide an opportunity for interns to put into practice the knowledge acquired during their studies, particularly in their specific areas of competence.
Qualifications: To be eligible, an applicant must:
- Have reached the age of majority in his/her country of origin;
- Have completed or be currently undertaking a level of education that corresponds to university studies or vocational training relevant to the tasks of the internship at Eurojust or, alternatively, have relevant professional experience that would benefit the internship;
- Have a satisfactory level of proficiency in written and spoken English (minimum level B2 as defined in the Common European Framework of Reference – CEFR)
Wage: Internships at Eurojust are unpaid. Eurojust does not provide any medical insurance or reimbursement for travel and accommodation expenses.
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edited by Valentina Foscoli
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