FAQ

Is my reference letter/report on candidate sill valid?

Unless specified otherwise on the description of the programme/position, the reference letters you previously submitted remain valid for 12 months. Please note that, when applying for new positions, the letters must be less than 12 months old at the time of the selection.

Can I apply simultaneously for several programmes/positions?

Yes, as long as you meet the eligibility conditions and your profile matches the programmes/positions you are applying for, you can apply to as many programmes/positions as you want.

How can I take part?

If you are not sure where to start, you can use our decision tree to find out which programme matches your profile.

When will I know the result of my application?

Specific positions: please note that the selection process takes time. However, you can see the status of the selection in your candidate profile.

Technical and Administrative Student Programme: the results are sent shortly after the selection committee. Given that there are two committees per year (in June and December), you should receive the answer by the end of June and the end of December, respectively.

Summer Student Programme and Openlab: all the results are sent by the end of April.

Fellowship Programme and Associates Programmes: the results are sent shortly after the selection committee. Given that there are two committees per year (in May and November), you should receive the answer by mid-June and mid-December, respectively.

Short-Term Internship Programme: as soon as you apply, your application becomes available for the supervisors in the different departments. In case a supervisor is able to offer you an opportunity, he or she will contact you directly. Please note that there is no selection committee for this programme.

How can I apply for the Job Shadowing Programme?

If you are a student and you are between 15 and 18 years old, you are eligible for our Job Shadowing Programme. Although, please note that this “Job shadowing” over 2 weeks at most must be an obligatory part of the school programme.

To apply for this programme, please visit this page.

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