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EUIPO Traineeship

The European Union Intellectual property Office (EUIPO) is committed to the future and offers valuable learning opportunities EUIPO Traineeship for young people at the start of their careers.

We offer four types of internships:

  • Pan-European Seal Professional Traineeship Programme (grant)
  • Traineeships for young professionals (grant)
  • Traineeships for junior IP employees (grant)
  • Unpaid traineeships

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EUIPO Traineeship for young professionals

This traineeship programme is intended to provide young professionals with practical experience of the European Union in general and the EUIPO in particular as well as to enable them to put into practice knowledge acquired during their studies and first professional experiences, and in particular in their specific areas of competence.

It is open to young professionals from both EU Member States and non EU countries:

  • Who have completed successfully at least the first cycle of a higher education course certified by an official document from the University before the selection procedure starts.;
  • with a working knowledge of one of EUIPO’s five working languages (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish), equivalent to level B1 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages;
  • and who preferably have a good knowledge of another official EU language.
Candidates have to apply for the traineeship position through the e-recruitment tool published on the EUIPO official website within the open application period. Applicants must provide all of the supporting documents required, electronically scanned and attached to the online application.

Pan-European Seal Programme

This scheme gives young university graduates a unique first-hand experience of the European Union in general and the Office in particular. It is also an opportunity to put into practice the knowledge acquired during their studies, in particular in their specific areas of competence. In addition, it helps them understand the objectives and procedures relating to the European Union trade mark and Community design system, as well as to IP infringement and enforcement matters.

It is open to young graduates from EU Member States and from non EU countries (limited numbers):

  • Who have completed successfully at least the first cycle of a higher education course certified by an official document from the University before the selection procedure starts;
  • with a working knowledge of one of Office’s five working languages (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish), equivalent to level B1 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages;
  • and preferably a good knowledge of another official EU language.

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