European Commission (EU) Blue Book Paid Traineeship Program in Belgium and Luxembourg 2024/2025.

  • Fully Funded
  • Offered by European Commission
  • Short Training
  • All Subjects
  • International Students
  • Belgium, Luxembourg
  • 03/15/2024
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European Commission (EU) Blue Book Paid Traineeship Program in Belgium and Luxembourg 2024/2025.

European Commission (EU) Blue Book Paid Traineeship Program in Belgium and Luxembourg 2024/2025.

Scholarship Description:

European Commission (EU) Blue Book Paid Traineeship Program in Belgium and Luxembourg 2024/2025. is open for International Students . The scholarship allows Short Training level program(s) in the field of All Subjects taught at Offered by European Commission. The deadline of the scholarship is expired at 15 Mar 2024.

Degree Level:

European Commission (EU) Blue Book Paid Traineeship Program in Belgium and Luxembourg 2024/2025. is available to undertake Short Training level programs at .

Available Subjects:

Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.

  • All Subjects

Scholarship Benefits:

  1. Travel Coverage:

    • The EU comprehensively covers all travel expenses, including airfare tickets, ensuring a seamless and stress-free experience for participants.
  2. Monthly Stipend:

    • Participants receive a monthly allowance, providing financial support for living expenses throughout the duration of the traineeship.
  3. International Exposure:

    • Immerse yourself in a vibrant and multicultural environment, collaborating with professionals from diverse backgrounds, fostering a global perspective.
  4. Career Advancement:

    • Acquire valuable skills and knowledge that will significantly enhance your career prospects, opening doors to exciting future opportunities.
  5. Professional Development:

    • Gain hands-on work experience, participate in targeted training sessions, and avail networking opportunities, contributing to your professional development and growth.

Eligible Nationalities:

This traineeship is open to international students of all nationalities.

About the Traineeship:

The European Union Blue Book Traineeship Program 2024/2025, administered by the European Commission, stands as a highly sought-after initiative aimed at providing students a distinctive opportunity to actively contribute to EU projects and policies. Embracing inclusivity, this program welcomes both EU citizens and non-EU nationals, cultivating a diverse and dynamic learning environment for all participants.

In essence, the traineeship unfolds in the vibrant locations of Belgium and Luxembourg, immersing participants in the nucleus of the European Union's activities. The program unfolds over a span of five months, commencing from October 1, 2024, to February 28, 2025, affording participants an immersive experience within the EU environment. To alleviate financial constraints, the EU Blue Book Traineeship is fully funded, encompassing a range of financial provisions, including a monthly stipend, visa expense reimbursement, comprehensive medical coverage, and coverage of all travel expenses. Beyond providing valuable insights into the intricate workings of the European Commission, this initiative serves as a gateway for participants to acquire practical skills and knowledge, positioning it as a prestigious and enriching opportunity for those eager to engage with EU policies and projects.

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Eligibility Criteria:

  1. Educational Background:

    • Applicants must hold a standard 3-year higher education degree (minimum EQF 6 level), equivalent to a complete Bachelor’s cycle.
    • Submission of official documentation, such as diplomas or certificates, with clearly indicated final grades, and proof of minimum EQF 6 level is required. Certification from the university confirming the degree is also acceptable.
  2. Work Experience Limitations:

    • Candidates should have no prior work experience exceeding 6 weeks in any EU institution, body, agency, delegation, with Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), or Advocates General at the Court of Justice of the European Union (EUCJ).
  3. Language Proficiency Requirements:

    • For Administrative Traineeship:
      • Proficiency in two EU official languages, with one being a working language (English, French, or German) at C1 or C2 level as per the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
      • Proficiency in a second language at B2 level at least.
    • For Translation Traineeship in DGT:
      • Ability to translate into the main/target language (usually the mother tongue) from two other official EU languages ('source languages').
      • Main/target language must be an official EU language, the first source language a working language of the EU (English, French, or German), and the second source language can be any official EU language with at least B2-level proficiency.
Important Note:

At least one of the offered source languages for translation must be French, English, or German, considering the high volume and frequent use of translations in these languages within the EU.

Application Procedure:

  1. Create an EU Login or Connect:

    • If you are a new user, register on the European Commission Authentication Service (EU Login) to initiate your application.
    • Click on "create an account," fill in the sign-up form, submit, and check your email for confirmation.
    • Follow the link in the email to create your password, choose and submit it, and proceed to the application form.
    • Use either your email or EU Login username for subsequent logins. Note: Electronic IDs are not accepted for EC traineeship candidates.

    Issues? Check 'Help for external users'. For assistance, refer to the EU Login FAQ page or contact

  2. Complete and Submit Application Form:

    • Log in to your candidate account, click on "Send an application," and select the traineeship type to access the application form.
    • Follow instructions carefully, completing each section and navigating using the left-hand menu.
    • Save progress to return later, preview before submission, and note that changes cannot be made once submitted.
  3. Upload Supporting Documents:

    • Ensure all justification documents supporting declared information on the application form are uploaded before submission.
    • The pre-selection committee requires adequate evidence of declared studies, language knowledge, and experience.
    • Prepare supporting documents in advance to meet the deadline; no additional documents are admitted post-submission.
    • Allow up to 3 working days for (technical) assistance if needed.
  4. Wait for Application Evaluation Results:

    • Once submitted, wait for the evaluation results, which will be communicated via email.
    • In case of acceptance, you will be invited to apply for available traineeship positions.
    • Regularly check your account for published results and follow further instructions.

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If Selected:

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