The Delegation of the European Union to Moldova invites ICT graduates and students from Moldova up to 30 years old to take part in an EU-funded mobility programme between Moldova and Slovakia.
The ‘Digi Talents’ programme will select 50 candidates who will take part in a legal labour mobility programme (12-month employment or a 3-month internship), with free health, social and liability insurance, assistance with a temporary residence permit for employment in Slovakia, accommodation and specialised training courses.
Moreover, five participants with the potential to develop their own ICT start-up in Moldova will be provided with guidance from an experienced Slovak tech mentor, specialised entrepreneurial training, start-up grants of €4,000 , and support for participation in the start-up programme within ‘EU4Moldova: Startup City Cahul’.
The nearest deadline for applications is 31 December.
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