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The EUISS follows an independent and separate recruitment process from other EU institutions and agencies. Please note that the EUISS will only consider applications in response to published vacancy notices and does not respond to spontaneous applications. Unless otherwise indicated, job vacancies are open only to nationals of European Union member states.

Traineeships

Every year, the EUISS runs a 10-month traineeship programme from September to June. Please note that the EUISS will only consider applications in response to published traineeship programme notices and does not respond to spontaneous applications or to requests for alternative arrangements. Unless otherwise indicated, traineeships are open only to nationals of European Union member states.

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  • The European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) offers fellowships to young researchers who have already obtained or are in the process of obtaining – a doctorate degree. Individuals pursuing a graduate degree, or those with an equivalent professional qualification, may likewise apply.

  • From September to December 2010, the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) is providing a limited number of internships to candidates who have or are about to obtain their first degree, as well as to young researchers from universities or research institutes.

  • The Institute for Security Studies is recruiting a Research Fellow (Grade A2/A3/A4) to begin on 1st September 2010. Candidates must be nationals of one of the EU Member StaIn addition to a general knowledge of international affairs and security issues, the successful candidate will have research interests in and specialist knowledge of EU foreign and security policy. A good knowledge of EU-Asia reltions, particularly with regard to China, and of global governance matters with an emphasis on Asia, would be an advantage.

  • The Institute for Security Studies is recruiting a Research Fellow (Grade A2/A3/A4) to begin in Autumn 2010. Candidates must be nationals of one of the EU Member States.

    In addition to a general knowledge of international affairs and security issues, the successful candidate will have research interests in and specialist knowledge of EU foreign and security policy, in particular with respect to its relations with the United States, and expertise in the foreign and security policy of the United States . . .

  • Reporting to the Head of Communications & IT, the successful candidate will support the communications team in editing, developing and promoting the Institute’s website.

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