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Placement Prospectives

EEBL students and graduates will be pleased to know that the University of Rome Tor Vergata, according to the 2017 University Jobpricing Report, rates as the number two public university for producing the highest-earning graduates. In addition, over the past years, AlmaLaurea data has consistently confirmed that the average EEBL alumni monthly salary is roughly €1750. Not only do EEBL graduates encounter higher earning potential, they also have more opportunities than most graduates.

 

 

How EEBL provides a unique opportunity

Due to the complex nature of the EEBL degree, LM-90 degree in European Studies with an emphasis on economic, juridical and business disciplines, European graduates can participate in calls for selection for public administration positions, diplomacy, governmental agencies and ministries, and banks. More specifically, selections are often open to LM-90 graduates at the following Italian bodies: Banca d’Italia, MEF; Agenzia delle Entrate, AGCM, AREERA, ANAC, Consob, Consip, Equitalia, INPS, ISTAT, Corte dei Conti, Corte Suprema di Cassazione, Garant e per Protezione dei Dati Personali, IVASS, MISE.

 

Placement Opportunities

Unlike other degree programmes, a degree in EEBL allows for entry into the workforce of private and public companies, international organisations and research institutions and universities. These three principal professional and academic sectors offer EEBL graduates a vast array of opportunities. In addition to current agreements that EEBL has with specific institutions and companies, further opportunities can be found through the Desk Imprese Office, the Tor Vergata Placement Office and the EEBL Programme Office. Additional information regarding traineeships and careers in EU institutions is also available. EEBL graduates should also keep an eye on the EEBL’s website news and EEBL’s FB page where job listings are often published. Please see below for current opportunities that are available to EEBL graduates.


Goodnet is a company specializing in the design and organisation of festivals, events and cultural projects, where abandoned areas, businesses or city centers are often transformed into ideal event locations. Regular events include: Green Week, Festival Città Impresa, Galileo Festival, Trieste Next-Festival of Scientific Research, Festival of Informatics Without Borders, We-Food and Open Factory. In collaboration with these annual events, Goodnet also offers the best Italian and international students the opportunity to participate in the Academy programme that includes: access to all scheduled festival events, participation in workshops and guided tours, meetings with speakers, visits to museums and more. Goodnet is currently looking for a postgraduate intern with excellent English communication skills to fill a six-month, full-time position to support the organization of scheduled festivals and initiatives. A €600 monthly stipend will be available for the candidate chosen to intern at the company’s headquarters in Padua. Interested students should contact msc@eebl.uniroma2.it by sending an updated CV and letter of presentation.


The International Fund for Agricultural Development regularly takes applications for internships opening in the sphere of procurement. The internship programme position is full time for three months at the Rome headquarters. Applicants must be under age 30, have graduated less than 12 months ago in EEBL, have excellent English language skills and a good work ethic. The monthly wage is roughly €600. The trainee at the Procurement office will be expected to carry out support activities in the drafting of contracts, tender documents, supplier management, and further activities related to the procurement process. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and updated CV in English to jennifer.lou.vieley@uniroma2.it for pre-selection and register on the online platform to submit their personal history form.

The Italian Chamber of Commerce in London offers non-paid internship positions throughout the year, for a six-twelve month internship period and selection preference is given to trainees who are winners of the Erasmus Traineeships grants or other funds. Positions include Assistant Trade Analyst in the Commercial, Fair or Innovation and Start-up department. Trainees will be expected to be available from Monday to Friday, from 9.00 am to 5:30 pm. Non Europass CV and letter of presentation in English can be sent directly to info@italchamind.org.uk .

As part of FINEUROP group (www.fineurop.it ) Eurosupport has been engaged since 1998 in international co-operation activities, as a consultant of the main international donors (EC, World Bank, Italian Cooperation, EBRD, DFID). EUROSUPPORT specialises in: Institutional reform; Public Financial Management (Public Procurement, Competition, State Aid, External Audit); EU Integration Strategies; Legal approximation; Public Administration Reform; Institution building, capacity building and training of public officials; Public Awareness for EU acquis related issues; Financial and commercial advisory services; Export Development and Investment Promotion; SME Development; Multidisciplinary technical assistance; Framework Contracts. EUROSUPPORT is now seeking a young, bright and dynamic professional to take part in all company’s activities such as scouting of project opportunities, preparation of expressions of interest, preparation of tenders, management of ongoing project activities. The ideal candidate has high motivations to work in international cooperation, results-oriented approach, international exposure. Offering a 5-month internship (€700 per month, plus meal vouchers) that could be transformed into an employment contract at the end of the internship. For qualified candidates, there are opportunities for direct employment. To apply, students should send a CV and covering letter to: Marco Sebastiani, Managing Director of EUROSUPPORT (FINEUROP SUPPORT).

A global leader in consulting, technology services and digital transformation, Capgemini is at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of clients’ opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms. Building on its strong 50-year heritage and deep industry-specific expertise, Capgemini enables organizations to realize their business ambitions through an array of services from strategy to operations. Capgemini is driven by the conviction that the business value of technology comes from and through people. It is a multicultural company of 200,000 team members in over 40 countries. Visit Capgemini at www.capgemini.com. People matter, results count. For information on current openings and opportunities, contact msc@eebl.uniroma2.it

Main Activities:

  • Subcontractors management, professional services and training sourcing.
  • Purchase process management.
  • Negotiations of Fixed projects e Time and Material engagements.
  • Stakeholders Management.

Academic Title: Degree - Bachelor or Master of Science

Requirements:
• Adequate knowledge of the Office package (Word, Excel, Power Point)
• Good knowledge of English (B2 level or higher)
• To complete the profile, candidates should be interested in Procurement, goal-oriented, dynamic, flexible, analytic, problem solvers, reliable, confidential, skilled planners and organizers, with good interpersonal and teamwork skills.

Headquarters: Rome
To apply, send your CV in English to msc@eebl.uniroma2.it .

Compensation: 800€ per month
Duration: 6 months
Starting date: October 2019 Application deadline: 27 September 2019
Location: Capgemini Headquarter - via di Torre Spaccata 140 -00173 Rome

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is the European Union's bank, the only bank owned by and representing the interests of the European Union Member States. EIB works closely with other EU institutions to implement EU policy and is the world’s largest multilateral borrower and lender, providing finance and expertise for sustainable investment projects that contribute to EU policy objectives, delivering economic and social benefits. EIB offers a Graduate Recruitment And Development (GRAD) programme aimed at recent graduates looking to gain early professional "hands-on" experience. GRAD opportunities are junior roles enabling graduates to gain experience in a dynamic, multicultural environment or to further existing experience by working alongside expert professionals. The appointments are mainly at the headquarters in Luxembourg but, if needed, may also involve assignments in external offices. EIB aims to offer an enriching professional environment with numerous opportunities to gain knowledge, skills and experience. The duration of the graduate contract is for a minimum period of one year and a maximum of four years, but it will not lead to an indefinite contract. EIB offers a fixed monthly basic salary, which is subject to EU community tax, and includes benefits such as health and pension scheme coverage, accident insurance, installation allowance and, if applicable, family allowances. Whilst learning on-the-job alongside our highly qualified experts, graduates will have the opportunity to develop from a personal and professional point of view by attending a tailor-made development programme. The GRAD Programme is open to recent graduates with less than two years of relevant experience after graduation who hold a university degree in one of the fields related to the Bank's activity. Candidates must possess an excellent knowledge of English and/or French, our working languages, and they must be a national of one of the Member States of the European Union, or of a candidate country, which has already started accession negotiations (Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey). Current vacancies are listed on the website http://www.eib.org/en/about/jobs/job-offers.htm ; candidates may send their application through  the e-recruitment portal. The selection process incorporates ability tests, a digital interview and an onsite interview, as well as a technical professional test. More details on all the stages of our selection process is available on our website http://www.eib.org/en/about/jobs/how-to-apply/index.htm .

The European Parliament offers two opportunities for experience with the Institution. Candidates with a university level diploma can apply for the Schuman traineeships. There are two recruitment campaigns per year, with the application periods taking place in June and November. More specific information can be found here. Candidates aged 18 or more and interested in doing some research on specific subjects relating to European integration may apply for the Study Visits programme. More information can be found here.