The information campaign on the internship opportunities for young people reached the South of the country today, 18 April: almost 100 students of the ‘B.P.Hasdeu’ Cahul State University learned about the possibilities offered by the two available programmes.

Career stories were shared by Janis Mazeiks, EU ambassador to the Republic of Moldova, Natalia Suceveanu, Director of the Legal Approximation Centre and Zydrunas Bartkus, EU High Level Adviser on Anti-Money Laundering and Assets Recovery and Management.

Students, master students and young graduates have the possibility to become interns in the two similar programmes: a joint one of the European Union and the Government of the Republic of Moldova (with a duration of two months in the summer time); and the one financed from the national budget (with a duration of three months). Detailed information about the programmes is available at and

Applications to the joint Programme will include a CV and cover letter, submitted to by 15 May.

The Internship Programme edition this year is launched in the context of the European Year of Skills.