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Laopa
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Re: how to select the three desitred Directorate-Generals

on Fri Jan 28, 2011 9:21 pm
rena_sim wrote:I just did that..I am really dissapointed.

Don't worry, maybe you still have a chance to be chosen!
len
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Re: how to select the three desitred Directorate-Generals

on Sun Jan 30, 2011 12:19 pm
Rena_sim.. I wouldn't worry either, I think it would be more dramatic if you would have forgotten to add a document.



I was wondering if anybody has an answer on this question I posted:

I have a question concerning the draft and the chronological order of the studies.
When checking out my draft I saw that in the upper right corner some numbers appear:
the preferred DG / and then a number.

My question is about this number. It is the same as a number next to my Bachelor study 'field of study/specialisation'. Is there a logical connection between these two, or is this a coincidence? The number for my Master is different.

Did I understand correctly that chronological order of the studies, means that first ones oldest study should be mentioned, and below we should mention our latest (most recent) study?

Wouldn't it be more logic if the number in the upper right section of the form would be my latest study?

Does anybody have any idea?

(the doubt before submitting my online application! Smile )
Laopa
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Re: how to select the three desitred Directorate-Generals

on Sun Jan 30, 2011 12:37 pm
len wrote:Rena_sim.. I wouldn't worry either, I think it would be more dramatic if you would have forgotten to add a document.



I was wondering if anybody has an answer on this question I posted:

I have a question concerning the draft and the chronological order of the studies.
When checking out my draft I saw that in the upper right corner some numbers appear:
the preferred DG / and then a number.

My question is about this number. It is the same as a number next to my Bachelor study 'field of study/specialisation'. Is there a logical connection between these two, or is this a coincidence? The number for my Master is different.

Did I understand correctly that chronological order of the studies, means that first ones oldest study should be mentioned, and below we should mention our latest (most recent) study?

Wouldn't it be more logic if the number in the upper right section of the form would be my latest study?

Does anybody have any idea?

(the doubt before submitting my online application! Smile )

Actually I don't know, but I don't think the chronological order matters, as long as you are enough qualified!
myrskypilvi
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Join date : 2010-07-28
Location : Netherlands

Re: how to select the three desitred Directorate-Generals

on Sun Jan 30, 2011 1:30 pm
Laopa wrote:

Actually I don't know, but I don't think the chronological order matters, as long as you are enough qualified!

Chronological order does mean that you should first mention the oldest and last the newest.

And although they probably won't throw you out if you don't use the right order, don't forget that the applications will be graded also on how well documented they are:

http://ec.europa.eu/stages/information/preselection_en.htm#Infotab2

This may also include that you have followed the given instructions for filling in the application form & ordered the attachments accordingly etc.

So in some cases at the end this might make the difference of one point of being in or out at the preselection!
Laopa
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Re: how to select the three desitred Directorate-Generals

on Sun Jan 30, 2011 1:39 pm
myrskypilvi wrote:
Laopa wrote:

Actually I don't know, but I don't think the chronological order matters, as long as you are enough qualified!

Chronological order does mean that you should first mention the oldest and last the newest.

And although they probably won't throw you out if you don't use the right order, don't forget that the applications will be graded also on how well documented they are:

http://ec.europa.eu/stages/information/preselection_en.htm#Infotab2

This may also include that you have followed the given instructions for filling in the application form & ordered the attachments accordingly etc.

So in some cases at the end this might make the difference of one point of being in or out at the preselection!

Looking to my application I have realized I respected the chronological order unknowingly, I'm happy Very Happy
tonita
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Join date : 2010-12-08

Re: how to select the three desitred Directorate-Generals

on Sun Jan 30, 2011 2:49 pm
I thing the system is arranging them automatically in a chronological order! Smile
Laopa
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Re: how to select the three desitred Directorate-Generals

on Sun Jan 30, 2011 2:55 pm
tonita wrote:I thing the system is arranging them automatically in a chronological order! Smile

Uff, I thought I was smarter Laughing
tonita
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Re: how to select the three desitred Directorate-Generals

on Sun Jan 30, 2011 3:23 pm
I am sure you are Smile
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