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Charlotte Charlotte, Apr 9th 2015, 13:04 Verified Guru

Hi,

Thanks for your question. If you apply to work in the EU institutions via the EPSO recruitment round (currently open), you are committing to a move to Brussels/Luxembourg, as the institutions are based in these cities. 

You will not be expected to move to other countries, unless you decide to work for one of the EU Delegations in countries around the world. 

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