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bells



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PostSubject: What does it take to become a JPD?   Thu Jun 23, 2016 3:03 pm

Hi all,

Just out of curiosity -- what would be the "standard" profile of a JPD? In other words, what qualifications/professional experiences/skills/etc. are needed to pass the selections?

Very curious to hear your opinion on this!
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maitre



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PostSubject: Re: What does it take to become a JPD?   Wed Oct 19, 2016 4:51 pm

From what I've been seeing: master's degree in a relevant area, 2 years average of professional experience on a related area (EU or UN are a plus on your CV), and, I guess, a good motivation.

Are you planning to apply for the 2017 intake?


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