• Young Greek finds promising career in Cyprus


    A young Greek jobseeker was successfully helped by EURES Advisers to overcome the effects of the economic crisis, by relocating to Cyprus for work.

  • European Job Days Brussels draws in the crowds


    Imagine being able to attend an event where you can meet and talk face-to-face with the HR manager holding the key to your dream job – that’s exactly what thousands of expectant jobseekers were able to do at the recent European Job Days event in Brussels.

  • EURES is “No.1 sourcing partner” for Disneyland Paris


    For nearly two decades, EURES has been helping Disneyland Paris recruit the right candidates from across the EU to fill vacancies at the theme park on the outskirts of the French capital. In 2011, EURES helped to fill 2 500 vacancies according to Jean-Noël Thiollier, Human Resources Director for Talent & Reward at Disneyland Paris.

  • Join us for a live webcast from the Brussels European Job day 1/10/2011!


  • Get business savvy with Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs


    Calling all wannabe entrepreneurs! Ever fancied starting your own business? Already got a good idea but need advice on how to get it up and running? What about shadowing an entrepreneur who has already done what you want to do? If you’re interested, then the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs programme could be for you.

  • Lathe turner finds apprenticeship across the border


    In the German city of Aachen, neighbouring the Netherlands, a pilot project has been launched offering lathe turners the possibility to do their apprenticeships in the Netherlands. This way students can learn new skills while enjoying a new cultural experience.

  • Eurodesk - a wealth of information for Europe's youth


    Did you know that through Eurodesk you can access over 200 programmes, 350 organisations and over 1 800 resources both in Europe and internationally? So if you have a question relating to work, travel, study or volunteering, try asking Eurodesk.

  • Romanian gardeners blossom in Denmark


    Thanks to an on-going cooperation between Romanian and Danish EURES Advisers, two Romanian graduates interested in horticulture landed a two-year contract at a Danish plant nursery.

  • Marie Curie Actions support researchers


    Are you a researcher, full of ideas, but lacking the financial means to implement them all? Or maybe you represent a research organisation or foundation looking for partners? Whoever you are, if you’re in research the EU Commission’s Marie Curie Actions are an invaluable resource.

  • Two ways to kick-start your European experience


    For jobseekers looking for experiences – either studying, training or working – in other European countries, there are lots of schemes out there to help. Two programmes in particular, Eurodyssée and European Mobility, are working towards facilitating European internships, vocational training and apprenticeships.

  • EURES helps Spanish engineers find jobs in Germany


    While some countries in Europe are struggling with high unemployment, others are finding it difficult to recruit skilled workers to fill vacancies in a number of sectors. This is certainly the case for Germany, which is bouncing back from recession and currently on a recruitment drive.

  • EURES Finland helps SMEs to think “European”


    “SME’s are not sufficiently aware of the tools available for them,” says Maritta Mikkola, EURES Line Manager in Turku, Finland. Maritta represented EURES on an event aimed at promoting and encourage entrepreneurs to go international.

  • Record number of students receiving EU grants to study abroad


    More than 213 000 European students received Erasmus grants to study or train abroad during the 2009/10 academic year, according to statistics published by the European Commission in June 2011. That represents a 7.4 % increase on the previous year and a new record for the programme.

  • Italian doctor broaden his horizons


    Dr Stefano Gelati, a psychiatrist, was newly married and and was looking forward to a stable career in his native Italy. Instead, he found himself constantly moving from one temporary contract to another. Faced with such a situation, his dream of moving to the UK grew ever stronger.

  • Spanish waiter heads for Austria


    Thanks to the ongoing cooperation between EURES Advisers in Austria and Spain, Juan Pedro Garcia de Dios left his native Tenerife in Spain’s Canary Islands to work the winter season in a hotel nestled in the Austrian mountains.

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