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Graduate Trainee Opportunities at European Space Agency

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Graduate Trainee Opportunities at European Space Agency


Monday, November 27, 2017 




Graduate Trainee Opportunities at European Space Agency

New Young Graduate Trainee (YGT) opportunities at European Space Agency have been published and will be open from 20 November to 17 December 2017.

Have you recently, or are you about to graduate? Are you keen to gain experience in a stimulating international environment? If so, browse the ESA list of opportunities here and select the one that best matches your interests and profile.

This high-calibre programme lasts for one year and gives successful applicants an opportunity to gain valuable experience in the development and operation of space missions.

We are looking for bright minds to join our teams!

As a Graduate Trainee, you’ll take on a responsible role in supporting a project, and benefit from the expertise of an ESA tutor.

YGTs gain valuable experience that can qualify them for the many exciting opportunities within Europe’s space industry, renowned research institutes and, of course, ESA.

All candidates will be informed of the outcome of their application by email. Those candidates invited for interview, a pre-screening exercise and possible subsequent face-to-face interview, can expect to be contacted by the end of February.

For full details click here

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