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November opportunities – Newsletter

  • Information Session DIPLOCAT Scholarships and Master’s Degree in European Interdisciplinary Studies from the College of Europe

On the occasion of the opening of applications to study at the College of Europe during the academic year 2022-2023, an online information session will take place on November 16 at 5:30 p.m. to present the DIPLOCAT Scholarship Program and the Master in European Interdisciplinary Studies of the College of Europe. We enclose the program.

 

The meeting will take place through the Zoom platform. To register and receive the link to participate in the event, you must fill out this form or send an email to contactnatolin@coleurope.eu

 

The session will deal with the different study opportunities currently offered by the College of Europe, especially the Master in European Interdisciplinary Studies at the Natolin Campus and its specialization in European Neighborhood Policy, as well as the DIPLOCAT Scholarship Program for international studies abroad. The scholarships are aimed at university graduates who have an interest in specializing in international relations or in the neighborhood policy of the European Union and, more specifically, in Euro-Mediterranean policy.

 

The session will be attended by Álvaro Martín Morán, academic assistant at Natolin’s College of Europe, Ivan Hortal, former student of the College of Europe at Natolin, and Elisabet Moragas, senior project manager at DIPLOCAT.

 

For more information on the College of Europe at Natolin and the Interdisciplinary European Studies program, visit:

www.coleurope.eu/eis

www.coleuropenatolin.eu

 

For more information on the DIPLOCAT Scholarship Program, click here.

 

  • Internship in the European Parliament

On November 1, the call for the Schuman Scholarships was opened

 

Last Monday, November 1, the call was opened for those students who want to carry out paid internships in the European Parliament during the months of March until June 2022.

 

Location: Brussels, Luxembourg or even at the EP information offices in the different Member States (in the case of Spain, in Madrid and Barcelona).

 

Brief description: 5-month paid internships for university graduates who have obtained the title at least 3 months before the start of the internship. Approximately 400 opportunities are offered and candidates can choose a maximum of 3 possibilities. Applications from interested parties who have a work or internship experience in the EU institutions of more than two months or even who have already made a study visit to the EP in the previous six months are excluded. Excellent knowledge of an official language and a satisfactory knowledge of another official language are required.

 

Duration: March to June 2022

 

Who can apply? All those university graduates who meet the language requirement, who do not have a serious criminal record, and who have not completed an internship at a community institution for more than two consecutive months.

 

Remuneration: € 1,200 approx., Which may vary depending on the destination.

 

For more information and registration, see the following link.

 

  • Training internships at the European Court of Auditors

The European Court of Auditors organizes three annual training sessions in areas of interest to its work. In addition to taking into account applications for general internships, the Court will pay special attention to applications from candidates with profiles in the fields of computer auditing and data science, in accordance with the 2021-2025 development plan of making a better use of technology and data in auditing. Internships can be paid (1,350 euros per month) or unpaid according to budget availability. The internships will take place in Luxembourg from March to July 2022. For more information and registration, see the following link.

 

  • Competition “The future of social rights in the EU”

The European Commission’s DG EMPL is organizing a competition for young Europeans on their social rights, establishing a dialogue on the future of Social Europe and the European Pillar of Social Rights. The competition is aimed at young people between the ages of 18 and 30 and involves presenting 15-second videos on the topics mentioned. The deadline to participate is December 5.

All information is available at this link: Social rights video competition now open. (The #MySocialRights video competition is now open to young people aged 18-30 living in the EU).