The University of Liverpool has recently joined several other universities across Europe in having an EU Careers ambassador on campus to promote jobs within the EU. The program is run by EPSO (European Personnel Selection Office), and aims to inform students of the opportunities that exist within the EU and how to approach the application process.
The current EU Careers Ambassador at the university is Megan Williams. She will be hosting events throughout the year to inform people of careers within the EU, through presentations, drop-in sessions and some more informal events (i.e debates on the UK and Europe).
She is currently promoting the Languages Undergraduate of the year competition run by Target Jobs and supported by EU Careers. All languages students studying French or German are encouraged to apply for this prestigious award, the winner of which will receive a trip to Brussels to meet top policy-makers and see how the institutions function on a day-to-day basis. Follow this link for more information.
She will also be available from 12-3pm on Thursday 11th December in the guild to inform students about the paid traineeships offered by the institutions of the EU, followed by an online Q&A with an official from EPSO.
Do not hesitate to contact her either through the Facebook page or you can email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org