Internships for graduates in the fields of law, international relations, European affairs, economics and communication
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Under the supervision of a lawyer or administrator, interns spend their four-month internship as follows:
- learning about the department's activities
- building on the knowledge they acquired during their studies
- familiarising themselves with various aspects of the European patent system
- gaining first-hand experience of working in an international organisation
Currently there are no vacancies available
- hold a recognised university degree or equivalent qualification, preferably in the field of patent law or intellectual property. In the latter case, the main subject of the degree should be related to the work done in the department concerned. Priority will be given to applicants who either already have a postgraduate degree or who are currently studying for one.
- have completed their university degree no more than two years prior to the beginning of the internship.
- have a very good knowledge of one of the EPO's official languages (English, French and German) and a good knowledge of another.
- be nationals of one of the EPO member states