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EU Tech Policy Internship

  • EU Strategy
Brussels, Belgium
  • EU Strategy
Brussels, Belgium
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PSI is a unique program exclusively open to university students who are enrolled in a Masters or Bachelors programme at a University in Belgium, preferably in Brussels. Scholars are invited to spend a week programme hosted by Google in Europe, followed by a 6 - 9 weeks summer internship with EU Strategy. PSI scholars will be immersed in dynamic and skill-based learning opportunities to enhance their policy skillset with their consultancy. They will be partnered with a Google mentor to provide support and career guidance for the duration of their internship.

PSI scholars are a diverse group of students with interests across all disciplines in the social sciences. The program aims to improve access to in-house careers at tech companies and policy consultancies by expanding opportunities and removing barriers for underrepresented talent. Students who identify with a group that is historically underrepresented in the technology industry are especially encouraged to apply. Google will offer competitive remuneration based on placement location.


This paid traineeship program offers a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in all aspects of public affairs consultancy. You will work alongside our experienced team members in a very special period due to the elections of the European Parliament and the appointment of a new Commission.


To be eligible students must

  • Be enrolled in a Bachelors or Masters programme at a University in Belgium;

  • Fluent in English;

  • Have unrestricted right to work in the country of the placement;

  • Demonstrate academic excellence.

We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace and encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply.


  • Strong research and analytical skills;

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills;

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team;

  • Strong attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines;

  • A keen interest in current affairs and public policy.


  • Support the team in analyzing the newly formed European Parliament;

  • Follow the cycle leading to the formation of a new Commission;

  • Monitor media coverage and provide summaries of key developments;

  • Participate in industry events and conferences (as opportunities arise).


17 June - 20 July, with the possibility of two more weeks in September.


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