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Felfalc Jan 05, 2015 07:53 PM
 Hello! My name is Felisa Falcon, I´m a lawyer and I´m from Montevideo, Uruguay. I´m studying a full master in International Relationship especialization in enviroment in Lisbon, Portugal and I´m looking for a place where i can make an intership for my master.

Is possible to made it in your agency? I saw the information about the agency and is very interesting for me.

Thank you very much!

Best regards,
Felisa.
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EEA Jan 06, 2015 05:00 PM
Dear Felisa,
Thank you for your interest in the European Environment Agency (EEA).

Unfortunately I have to inform you that the EEA does not offer an internship programme.

All vacancies at the Agency are published at the EEA homepage at: http://www.eea.europa.eu/about-us/jobs

The EEA only considers applications that relate to posted vacancies published on the above-mentioned website. The Agency is unable to consider any unsolicited applications whether received by post or by e-mail.

Nevertheless, I have listed some relevant links that provide information on employment opportunities within the European Union in general and within the EU institutions.

All permanent staff members for EU institutions are recruited through open competitions that are published in the Official Journal of the European Union and at the website of the European Communities Personnel Selection Office (EPSO). Its mission is to organise open competitions to select highly qualified staff for recruitment to all institutions of the European Union. The EPSO homepage is located at:
http://europa.eu/epso/index_en.htm
 
Moreover, the European Commission has prepared a Traineeships Office Website. This website offers information on internship programmes, including other European institutions. Such information can be accessed in the section titled ‘Related websites’, at the upper right-hand side of the page. For more information, please consult the following website:
http://ec.europa.eu/stages/index_en.htm

Finally, the European Commission has launched the European Job Mobility Portal aimed at improving job mobility across the Union. The portal contains information on job vacancies in different Member States. Unlike other jobs portals, it provides information not only about living and working conditions, but also about educational and training opportunities abroad. The European Job Mobility Portal can be accessed at:
http://ec.europa.eu/eures/home.jsp?lang=en


Hopefully this information may be of use to you.
 
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