The EU Delegation to Georgia invites young graduates residing in Georgia and interested in international relations to apply for a funded traineeship of up to six months within its Cooperation Section, starting on 1 September.
The trainee’s main tasks will be as follows:
The deadline for applications is 21 May.
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