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Chairperson

KROKSTADE Anna Carin



Alternate chairperson

ZERVOUDAKI Styliani



BORKOVEC Pavel



Members

VALMARY Jean Baptiste



SIMEK Ondrej



EVANS Gavin



KOCH-DE BIOLLEY Julia



NATALE Carlo



NAVRATIL Vaclav



MICHALCOVA SUTIAKOVA Zuzana



RAMBAUD Bernard



WIESNER Christoph



LEVY Errol



BOCCHI Patricia



KARATARI Evgenia



KENDALL Chris



KOPP Ferdinand



IAROCHEVITCH Boris



BUMBUL Justyna



SWANN Michael



SORET Bertrand



Alternate members

HIVONNET Joelle








Post date: 01/09/2022 - 12:17

Publication of admission results in candidates’ EPSO accounts: 09/06/2022

Approximate number of candidates invited to the next phase of the competition: 165

Talent Screener – minimum score needed to be invited to the next phase of the competition: 35​

Post date: 09/06/2022 - 11:52

Publication of admission (first phase) results in candidates’ EPSO accounts: 11/04/2022

Number of candidates admitted to the next phase of admission (Talent screener): 962

Minimum score needed to be admitted to the next phase of admission: 26​

Post date: 12/04/2022 - 10:40

Please note that this news item has been published in English. The other language versions will be added as soon as available.



EPSO has been facing serious constraints in the delivery of a number of competitions impacted by the onset of the pandemic in 2020. To improve the situation, we have reviewed all ongoing competitions with a view to determining what measures could be taken immediately. The objective is to speed up the finalisation of all ongoing competitions and to publish the reserve lists earlier than currently foreseen.



Regarding Assessment Centres phase, the number of tests will be reduced. This will be done by introducing a single-measurement method (meaning that each general competency is assessed with one test only) or eliminating certain test elements. This solution will be described in an amending notice to each concerned Notices of Competition.



These changes affect all candidates for a given competition in the same manner and do not impact their chances of success.



The English versions of the Notices of Competitions’ amending notices have been published on the respective competitions web pages (translations will be added as soon as available) and the indicative planning will be updated. The amending notices will also be published in the Official Journal.



Candidates will find all the details regarding their tests on their EPSO account.

Post date: 01/02/2022 - 15:26