EPSO Competitions take part in several stages. There are two main stages: the pre-selection and the Assessment Centre. Depending on the number of applicants in a Specialist Competition, the whole process could even finish in a day or two. If there are more than 600 applicants, the pre-selection test takes place after the application closes with the Assessment Centre usually taking place 2-3 months after the preselection tests. This is the timeline being followed for EU Competition. Usually, it may take almost nine months from the announcement of an exam to the results of the reserve list. The times may vary according to the exam type, but this is a general overview of the EU exam timeline.
It is usually after 9 months that the reserve list with the successful candidates is published. Candidates are, however, announced with a month in advance of the official publication of their results.
European Personnel Selection Office has announced some of the competitions that are coming up in 2016 The first upcoming EPSNo comments
The European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) is organising an open competition to draw up reserve lists from which the instNo comments
When you’re a child you don’t really know what to do with your life so you start dreaming. Little do you know theNo comments
The European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) is organising an open competition for Linguistic Assistants (AST 1) * LinguistNo comments