The European Central Bank is looking for 15 Ukrainian nationals, graduates or young professionals with a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree or those currently studying for a PhD. They will be part of a team working in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, to assess the economic impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. This includes analysing inflation, applying the sanctions adopted by the EU and European governments, and assessing their impact.
The intern grant is €1,070 per month plus a living allowance for those with a bachelor’s degree or higher. A trainee with a Master’s degree and at least two years of PhD studies in a related field will receive a grant of €1,970 per month plus a living allowance.
The deadline for applications is 3 June.
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