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Please read before you register

Although registration is free it is not something to be taken lightly. By registering, you are applying to become an international intern and if you are selected you will be governed by certain resulting laws and obligations.


You do not need any special qualifications to apply for an assignment, however, your skills and your profile will be key for recruiters looking to place an applicant. 
 
Being able to speak one or two foreign languages can make a real difference.
 
In order to successfully complete your registration in the best conditions and optimise your chances of success, we ask you to carefully read the following points:
 
 
MAKE SURE TO REGISTER CORRECTLY
 
You must pay careful attention to this step. Registration is a compulsory step (law dated 14 March 2000). Your registration is governed by eligibility criteria set out in the law. 
 
Complete the online form as carefully as possible. All the fields must be filled in and are used by our administration department.
 
While registering is no guarantee of securing an assignment, be aware that once you are registered your application can be consulted by organisations proposing missions (company or administration missions), hence the importance of enhancing your profile and keeping it up to date. 
 

AGE
You must be aged over 18 and under 28 on the date you register. Unfortunately, no registrations can be accepted if you fall outside this age range.
 
NATIONALITY
You mustbe a national of member state of the European Union or the European Economic Area (EU + Iceland, Norway and Lichtenstein).
  

OTHER OBLIGATIONS
You must be entitled to your full rights as a citizen, have no criminal record and meet the physical aptitude test required for people carrying out the same activities in the host organisation. 
 
WHEN SHOULD I REGISTER?
There is no point registering too soon; we advise that you register when you are ready to start searching for an assignment (i.e. if you register six months prior to when you would like to leave, you will have plenty of time of plan your search).
 
 
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