The European Medicines Agency (EMA) organises practices for university graduates. The program aims to give the opportunity to learn about the Agency as well as its role within the activities of the European Union, acquire practical knowledge and gain professional experience in the performance of their jobs.
the training period lasts a maximum of twelve months (six months, extendable by six) and on eligible newly graduates in areas that have relationship with the Agency, such as pharmacy, medicine, life sciences, health, technology, chemistry or information and right.
be university graduates (undergraduate level minimum), in pharmacy, medicine, life sciences, health, technology, chemistry or information and law.
Good command of English and one or more official languages of the European Union.
Have the nationality of any country in the EU.