Your Europe is a one-stop shop for information, help and advice on finding a job and working in any other EU country.
EURES, the European Job Mobility Portal, provides a dedicated section for job seekers.
- create a EURES job seeker account
- create a CV online for potential employers in Europe
- search job opportunities across Europe
- receive the latest job vacancies that match your profile
- get help and advice from a EURES adviser
Drop’pin helps young skilled Europeans to take their first steps in the labour market
- find apprenticeships, traineeships, training programmes, e-learning courses, language training, mobility support, coaching and mentoring
- supply your CV for potential employers to browse online
- browse youth opportunities in Europe
Your first EURES Job is a programme for those aged 18 to 35 to find a job in other EU countries, Iceland and Norway.
By registering on the EUJOB4EU platform , you can:
- find a job or traineeship in another EU country, Iceland and Norway
- receive financial support for a job interview in another country, relocation, language training, qualification recognition
- browse vacancies online
Erasmus+ provides several training and networking opportunities for students and young workers, preparing them for a career in tourism.
If you’re still in education or graduated less than a year ago:
- The Erasmus+ Traineeship programme offers a placement in a workplace for between 2 and 12 months.
- You receive full insurance as well as a monthly allowance.
If you’re a student in vocational training or an apprentice:
- The Erasmus+ VET Traineeship programme offers a 2-week to 12-month placement at either a business or a VET school to follow courses that match your professional profile.
- The EU will pay for travel and subsistence costs.
ErasmusIntern.org is a web platform where companies and organisations can offer internship vacancies to individuals searching for international opportunities.
- stay up to date on the latest internship offers in Europe
- search for, find and apply for an internship abroad
- gain work experience
Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs is a programme that provides new or potential entrepreneurs with the opportunity to learn at an established SME in another EU country.
If you’re planning to start a business or have less than 3 years of entrepreneurial experience, you can:
- learn from an established business
- contribute to the development of your host’s business
- obtain knowledge about another market and culture
- gain international cooperation opportunities
- receive financial support for the stay of the entrepreneur from the EU
Youth Guarantee is an EU-wide commitment to provide all those under 25 with employment, education, apprenticeship or a traineeship within 4 months of leaving formal education or becoming unemployed.
If you’re under 25, just left school or lost your job, you can:
- enrol with a local Youth Guarantee contact point
- get a good-quality offer for a job, apprenticeship, traineeship or continued education within 4 months
European Job Days are Europe-wide recruitment fairs matching job seekers with employers in other European countries.
By attending a European Job Day, you can:
- find practical information and advice from EURES advisers and other experts
- attend a Job Day through online chat tools and livestreaming
- speak with exhibitors
- arrange a job interview
Europass is an EU initiative to make skills and qualifications clearly and easily understood across European borders.
Using Europass will help your potential employer understand the skills and qualifications you have acquired in a different country.
- You can create your CV online using tutorials or download the template.
- The Language Passport is a self-assessment tool for language skills and qualifications, also available online using tutorials or by downloading the template.
- The Europass Mobility records your achievements in another European country.
- The Certificate Supplement describes the results accomplished by holders of vocational education and training certificates.
- The Diploma Supplement describes your competences as a holder of higher education degrees.
Skills Passport, the European Job Mobility Portal provides the Skills Passport in hospitality and tourism. Users can record work experience and ask previous employers to endorse skills.
European Alliance for Apprenticeships brings together governments, businesses, vocational education and training providers, regions and youth groups to strengthen the quality, supply and image of apprenticeships in Europe.
European Social Fund is Europe’s main financing instrument for helping people get better jobs and ensuring fairer job opportunities for all EU citizens. It helps people retrain for new jobs or assists them in finding jobs for the first time.
European Credit System for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET) makes it easier for people to get recognition of work-related skills and knowledge acquired in different systems and countries. It allows them to move between different countries and improve their job prospects.