Job and traineeship opportunities in the EU

Minister for European Affairs’ keys to Europe: come and hear why it is important to get more Finns into EU institutions and what kind of job opportunities the EU offers.

A unique opportunity to get information about the EU's new simplified application procedure and different ways to work in the EU. Knowledge of the EU is also useful when working in Finland.

In the EU, you can work as a civil servant, national expert or researcher, for example. The institutions of the European Union offer several opportunities for internships already during your studies. Especially for those interested in an EU career, an internship can be a very useful experience. A limited number of internships are also reserved for non-EU citizens.

Speakers include Minister for European Affairs Anders Adlercreutz, CEO of TEK Jari Jokinen and Counsellor for EU Affairs Johanna Hulkko.
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