The registration for the AD5 and AD7 EPSO exams will most probably begin mid-march. These competitions are going to be the first AD general competitions since the latest EPSO reform. What’s new about these exams is that the Situational Judgement Tests are going to be eliminatory and that the students in their final year of study are also eligible to apply. Be also advised that the verbal and numerical reasoning exams will be held in the candidates’ mother tongue as it was the case for the EPSO 2011 Assistants Cycle.
In a recent report, EPSO has published its intention of improving their existing selection procedure. For the record, the EPSO/AD/177/10 has taken 9 and a half months. What we have to see now is the pace on which EU Institutions will recruit the laureates from the new reserve lists.
Anyway, the outcome of the first AD cycle was a success and a great improvement and we should congratulate the EPSO team for it. In comparison, the previous competitions the process could last up to 2 years. But wait, that’s not all! One of EPSO’s next challenges is to cut one month each year from the duration of the recruitment process by 2015.
The reserve list for EU EPSO Competition EPSO/AD/177/10 has been published. Even though this information was already available in the EPSO Account of each successful candidate, if you are curious to see if a friend of yours has made it to the list, you can check it here
The reserve lists will be valid until 28 January 2012.
Congratulations to all the people on the reserve list!
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