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Wydział Prawa i Administracji UJ jest uczestnikiem Pan-European Seal Programme, którego celem jest powiązanie środowiska akademickiego z rynkiem pracy w sektorze własności intelektualnej. Pan-European Seal Programme został utworzony przez dwie najważniejsze instytucje europejskie w dziedzinie własności intelektualnej - Europejski Urząd Patentowy (EPO) i Urząd Unii Europejskiej ds. Własności Intelektualnej (EUIPO) - we współpracy z czołowymi ośrodkami naukowymi w Europie. Jego podstawowym celem jest umożliwienie najlepszym studentom wybranych uniwersytetów odbycia stażu zawodowego, trwającego ok. 1 roku w ww. instytucjach. W poprzednich edycjach, począwszy od września 2015 r., uczestnik otrzymywał stypendium w wysokości 1000 € miesięcznie.

 

W 2017 roku obowiązują nowe zasady partycypacji w programie przedstawione poniżej w j. angielskim.

 

 

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EUIPO

 

General requirements:
- Motivation letter, clearly indicating the choice of traineeship location
- CV in Word format
- Degree/Master diploma or proof of conclusion, indicating the final grade. This can be replaced by a provisional declaration, until final diploma is issued. Traineeship offers will be subject to the condition that selected candidates must have finished their studies at the end of the academic year.
- Certificate(s) of completion of at least one online course “EUTM in a Nutshell” or “RCD in a Nutshell” offered by each of the Offices at EUIPO Academy Learning Portal.

Additional requirements:
- A certificate of knowledge of English (at least level B1). The higher English skills are of of advantage.
- Candidates must register through the EUIPO Academy Learning Portal, as a Pan-European Seal user (by selecting in the registration’s drop-down menu the name of the Jagiellonian University). Please find this tutorial on how to create a Pan-European Seal user account
- EUIPO applicants will be also required to indicate their preferences as regards the different traineeship profiles available at the Office. However, the EUIPO will not be bound by the preferences indicated. The traineeship could be offered at following EUIPO Departments: Law, IP Law, Economics- Business administration, Information Technology (customer service solutions, data analyst, software engineer), Communication, Facility management (architect, engineer, logistics), Human Resources, IP & Knowledge management.

The required documents should be first submitted to dr Dariusz Kasprzycki via mail or in person before March 21. By March 27, the Intellectual Property Chair will select up to 10 candidates (5 for Law studies and 5 for Intellectual Property Law and New Media studies). Then EUIPO will decide the number of selected candidates, according to the candidates’ profiles, the needs of the Office, and considering that the Pan European Seal’s political agenda aims at offering a total of 50 traineeships per year by the end of June or beginning of July at the latest. The duration of the paid traineeship is of 12 months, and will start at the end of September or beginning of October 2017. Selected candidates will be informed at a later stage of the precise date(s) for the beginning of the traineeships.

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EPO

General requirements:
- Motivation letter, clearly indicating the choice of traineeship location
- CV in Word format
- Degree/Master diploma or proof of conclusion, indicating the final grade. This can be replaced by a provisional declaration, until final diploma is issued. Traineeship offers will be subject to the condition that selected candidates must have finished their studies at the end of the academic year.
- Certificate(s) of completion of the e-learning course(s) as required depending on the graduate’s profile (science and engineering or all other academic areas)
        o Introduction to the European patent system (mandatory for all)
        o Using CPC (mandatory for science and engineering only)
        o The EPO as PCT authority (mandatory for all other academic areas).

Additional requirements:
- A certificate of knowledge of English (at least level B1). The higher English skills (as well as knowledge of technical French or German for science and engineering students) are of advantage.
- All candidates preselected by IP Law Chair are required to file their application through the e-recruitment tool available on the EPO website here until 30 April 2017.

The required documents should be first submitted to dr Dariusz Kasprzycki via mail or in person before April 17. By April 24, the Intellectual Property Chair will select up to 5 candidates . Then EPO will decide the number of selected candidates, according to the candidates’ profiles, the needs of the Office. The Universities will be informed about the outcome of the procedure by the end of June 2017. The start of the Programme will take place at the end of September (beginning of October) for a period of 12 months.