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Remember the Name “Blue Book Traineeship” by European Commission. There is no age limit for participating in the traineeships program. There is No Need for the Language Proof from IELTS or TOEFL. The English Language Profiency From Your University will be Enough. A Handsome amount of Monthly Stipend and other benefits will be Covered. Are You Ready to Experience the Europe Traineeship this Year? The Full Detailed Information about the European Union Internship 2023 is given below.

Brief Details About European Union Internship 2023

  • Application Starts of October 2023: January 2023
  • Host Country: Brussels or Europe Union Countries
  • Duration: 5-Month (October to February)
  • Gender: Male/Female
  • Degree Level: None
  • Funding Type: Fully-Funded
  • Eligible Countries: All

Benefits of European Union Internship 2023

  • The followings are some advantages that the Blue Book Traineeship Program provides:
  • Visa expenses;
  • A monthly stipend of €1 300 for trainees;
  • Travel expenditures.
  • Payment of medical costs;

Eligibility Criteria for European Union Internship 2023

  • To be eligible, candidates should fulfill the following requirements:
  • The program is open to all EU citizens and offers a limited number of places to non-EU nationals;
  • Candidates must be university graduates who have completed a standard 3-year higher education degree (minimum EQF 6 level);
  • Must not have any prior work experience over six weeks in any EU institution or agency, delegation, with a member of Advocates General at the Court of Justice of the EU (EUCJ), or Members of the European Parliament (MEPs);
  • Meet the language proficiency level:
  • For the administrative traineeship applicant must have an excellent knowledge of Two EU official languages, one of which should be a working language, including English, German or French at C1 or C2 level as per the CEFR, and a second one at least B2 level as per the CEFR;
  • For the translation traineeship in the (DGT): Trainees should be able to translate into their mother tongue (Target Language) from two other official EU languages (Source languages, including English, French or German);
  • The selection committee will give additional points for the applicant’s work experience, international education profile, work or volunteering experience abroad, an international environment work aptitude, and rare fields of study;
  • No age limitation exists for participating in the traineeships program;
  • Also, trainees expected: 
  • An open-minded approach to European issues;
  • Passion and interest to learn about the Commission’s working methods;
  • Willingness to work in a multicultural environment;
  • To contribute to the Commission’s daily work;
  • A proactive attitude.


  • Trainee’s Daily Work
  • The trainee’s daily work consists of the following:
  • Responding to citizens’ inquiries;
  • Attending and organizing working groups, meetings, and public hearings;
  • Supporting the management of projects;
  • Translating, revising translations, or researching terminology.
  • Researching, editing, and drafting documentation such as reports and consultations;

Recruitment Procedure

The European Commission’s recruitment procedure, from submitting an application to hopefully accepting a traineeship of the Blue Book Traineeship Program, is as follows:

  • Applications: Traineeships start in October, and the applications open in January of the same year. Traineeships begin in March, and the applications open July-August of the previous year.
  • Evaluation: the system automatically assesses the candidates’ applications.
  • Eligibility Check: A committee of independent evaluators will verify candidates’ supporting documents against the information provided in their application.
  • Virtual Blue Book (VBB) And Application for Traineeship Positions: Around 3 000 successful candidates from highest scored candidates will be included in the Virtual Blue Book (VBB).
  • Selection: Once in the VBB, candidates can apply for up to three (3) traineeship positions.
  • Placement Offer: If selected, the Traineeships Office issues the placement offer, and the candidates can accept or reject the bid.
  • Candidate Decision: In this step, candidates accept or reject the traineeship for this session, and the Traineeships Office will send further offers.

How to Apply for European Union Internship 2023?

Please follow the instructions below:

  1. Create an account and fill in the application form
  2. Click the ‘submit’ tab.
  3. Check the email inbox and spam folder for confirmation.
  4. Follow the link in the email to ‘create a password.’
  5. Enter a password and submit it
  6. Click ‘proceed’ to the application form.
  7. Use the registered email or your ECAS username to log in.

Note: It is better to apply for the selected specific post as early as possible because the position will disappear from the list.

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