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Graduate Administrators 2017
Invitation to the e-tray exercise - Graduate Administrators 2017
CBT results for the 2017 Graduate AD5 competition
Sitting your computer-based tests in Luxembourg?
Planned service interruption of our Sample tests
Number of applications
Message to all candidates who have applied for the Graduate Administrator Competition EPSO/AD/338/17
Languages of the candidates for the Graduate Administrators 2017 competition
The 2017 Graduate AD5 competition is now closed for registration!
Psssst, time is running out! Apply now for the 2017 Graduate AD5 Competition !
Message from the EU Commissioner for Budget and Human Resources, Günther H. Oettinger
Pssst, still there? The 2017 Graduate AD5 competition is now open!
New for EU Careers!
One week to go before you can embark on an EU career journey – is this journey really for you?
Getting Ready to Apply?
The 2017 Administrator competition opens for registration on 30th March!
Graduate administrators – final year students welcome!
Administrator competition 2017 - tests and competencies
The 2017 Administrator competition – Can I apply? (Part II)
The 2017 Administrator competition – Can I apply?
Psssst, have you heard?
There is an issue with the calendar in the application form. Why can I not select a date after 02/05/2017?
I'm encountering issues with my application form. What should I do?
My application disappeared – can you please reactivate it?
Why can I not edit my language skills anymore in the second part of my application form?
How do I finalise my application form for the EPSO/AD/338/17 competition?
How do I evaluate the level of my languages?
Why not oblige the candidates to use a language other than their mother tongue for the assessment centre?
I risk having to take my assessment centre tests against competitors who may take the tests in their mother tongue. Isn't that unfair?
Can I declare all the languages I know?
Can you give me an example of how EPSO will choose the languages?
What are the language rules for the competitions for specialists?
Why propose five languages and not all the 24 official languages?
Can you tell me which five languages will be proposed for the assessment centre tests and the e-tray exercise?
Which languages do I take my tests in?
In this case, is it in my interest to declare that I know the 24 official EU languages?
What happens if I do not speak one of the languages proposed by EPSO?
What happens if the most-frequently declared languages do not meet the needs of the services?
How will the languages for the assessment centre tests be chosen?
What are the language arrangements for competitions for generalists?
Why new language arrangements for generalist competitions in 2017?
In which language/s do I have to fill in the application forms?
When will I have to choose my language 1 (for computer-based MCQ tests) and my language 2 (for Assessment centre)?
Can candidates decide which language is their mother tongue?
What work will I do if I'm recruited through this competition?
Can I participate if I graduate only this summer?