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23 Jul 2019

FIA Region I, currently involved in eight EU-research projects (AUTOPILOT, ELVITEN, L3PILOT, ARCADE, C-MOBILE, CAPITAL, DRIVE2THEFUTURE and IMPACT) is looking for an intern to support the daily management of the projects.

Place: FIA Region I office, Brussels, Belgium

Duration: 6 months, full-time (agreement with the university necessary)

Start date: 23.09.2019

Deadline for applications: 16.08.2019

The role:

(S)he will support the communication activities of the mentioned large-scale European Union research projects.

Tasks would include, but not be strictly limited to:

  • Media monitoring & social media communication
  • Drafting articles and distribution via our network
  • Creation of communication materials
  • Working with suppliers & liaison with project partners
  • Dissemination of the projects at events and conferences
  • Conduct desktop research on mobility related topics


  • A university student currently enrolled in a related field of study and available to work full time.
  • An excellent command of English, both written and spoken
  • Good knowledge of MS Office tools
  • A fast learner
  • Good analytical and research skills
  • Well organised, with the ability to prioritise time-sensitive assignments
  • Enthusiasm and a determination to get the job done right

Candidates must have the right to work in Belgium. If you are not a student registered in a higher education institution, your application will not be considered.

What we offer:

  • A full-time internship, 5 days a week (Monday-Friday), from 9:00-18:00
  • Work experience in a highly international environment
  • Opportunity to deepen your communication skills
  • Get insights to European Union research projects
  • A stipend covering part of the living costs in Brussels

Applications (CV and cover letter) should be sent to, with the subject “EU Projects Internship 2019″.

By submitting your application, you agree to FIA Region I storing your personal data for the purpose and duration of the 2019 autumn internship selection process.


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