FROM THE APPLICATION TO THE MATCH

    How to apply

Please complete the online application form and submit it by 23 SEPT 2021.

Please feel free to submit as many offers as you have avaliable traineeships, with different contents.

Each company can host up to 2 trainees (3 under exceptional circumstances).

    Short-listing process

We will short-list the eligible companies in early October. We will evaluate the content of your offer of internship, along with the corporate information about your company. 

By the mid-October we will inform you about the outcome of your application and (if applicable) about the match-making week schedule and procedure.

    Match-making process

The shortlisted students can express their preference for up to 3 offers of internship that best fit their profile and expectations. 

Should one or more students express a preference for your offer, you will receive their file during the match-making week. Since students can apply for more than one offer, their files will be sent at the same time to other companies.

We work on a 'first-come, first-served' basis. The first company who accepts the student will host him/her for the internship.

You will have the possibility to interview the student before taking a decision.

   Traineeship contract

By early December 2021, the company will sign a traineeship contract with the trainee and the EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation, which lays down the rights and the responsibilities of all parties.

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