European Commission Blue Book Traineeship Programme 2022

 Are you interested about this Traineeship program into different field. Do you want to partake in this training in Europe. In this post we are going to provide details and guidelines on how to apply.

Two different forms of internships are suggested by the European Commission: an administrative internship or a translation internship with the Directorate-General for Translation (DGT).

The traineeship program is open to all qualified candidates, regardless of their citizenship, sex, race, color, ethnic origin, or social status; their religious or philosophical beliefs; their membership in a national minority; their age; or their sexual orientation. On this website, you may learn more about equal opportunities in this page. The European Commission, its services, and agencies employ trainees everywhere, primarily in Brussels but also in Luxembourg and other parts of the European Union.

These various organizations may offer diverse future employment prospects. Your job's nature will rely on the service you are given. You could, for instance, work in the areas of environmental policy, human resources, and translation.

European Commission Blue Book Traineeship Programme 2022

Requirements for the Blue Book traineeship program at the European Commission.


University graduates are eligible for the training program if they:

  • Possess an ordinary 3-year higher education degree (minimum EQF 6 level), which is equivalent to a finished Bachelor's cycle. You won't be able to apply unless you have a certificate or other official document from your university attesting to your possession of such a degree. You must submit the following paperwork:
  • Possess no past work history of any type, lasting longer than six weeks, with any EU institution, body, or agency, delegation, Member of the European Parliament (MEP), or Advocate General at the Court of Justice of the European Union (EUCJ)
  • Possess a strong command of multiple languages:
  • For the administrative traineeship, you must have a very strong command of two EU official languages, one of which must be a working language. These languages must be English, French, or German at the C1 or C2 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, and a second language must be at the B2 level or higher. One procedural language at the C1 or C2 level is all that is required of non-EU nationals.
  • You must be able to translate into your main/target language, which is typically your mother tongue, from two additional official EU languages (referred to as "source languages"*), in order to be eligible for the translation traineeship at the Directorate-General for Translation (DGT).
  1. One of the official languages of the EU must be your primary or target language.
  2. Your initial resource The language used for translation must be an EU working language: German, French, or English.
  3. Any of the official EU languages with at least B2-level proficiency may serve as your second language source.

 Required Documents for Application

The following supporting documents must be included with your application form:

1. A copy of your;

  1. valid passport or ID card
  2. Before the application deadline, make sure you completing your university courses.

2. Proof of;

  1. ongoing) studies (with EQF level documentation), international university exchange programs, involvement in EU or other international programs, seminars, or workshops.
  2. all declared language skills (other than mother tongue/s).
  3. every job experience claimed.

Before completing your application form, please make sure that you have uploaded all the justification documents to back up every claim made on it. If you do not offer sufficient proof of your declared studies, language proficiency, experience, and other information specified on the form, the pre-selection committee will reject your application. Only record the things you have declared.

To prevent missing the deadline, it is strongly advised that you prepare your supporting documents much in advance. Following the receipt of the application, no more supporting materials will be accepted.

Give three working days at most if you need (technical) help, for a response.

Application Deadline

October 22, 2023.

How to Apply

The application process entails the following three steps:
  • Create an EU Login account or use an already existing one to log in.
  • Fill out the application form and send it along with your supporting documents.
  • Upon success,
  • You will be asked to go through the positions listed on the VBB portal and apply for the traineeship position of your choice.

Introducing new users

  • Create an account by clicking here.
  • complete the registration form.
  • select "Submit".
  • Verify your email account for confirmation by checking your spam folder as well.
  • Follow the 'create your password' link in the email.
  • Select a password, then enter it.
  • to access the application form, click "continue."
  • To log in later, use either the email or your ECAS username.
  • Electronic IDs are not permitted for login by candidates for EC traineeships.

See the EU Login FAQ page or email for any queries you may have about your registration with EU Login (the authentication service provided by the European Commission).

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