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All candidates have to be a member of the EEA to take part in the EJME. Registration to the EJME allows candidates to opt in to membership of the RES and SEA (the registration form to these associations will be sent out after the EJME).

Registration also entitles you access to the following:

  • Access to all scientific sessions of EJME
  • Access to any EJME networking event
  • Access to the communal areas of the EJME 

The EEA, RES and SEA only organize the logistics of the EJME. Registration does not guarantee an interview with a recruiter.

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Applying for Jobs

Please note that the institutions interviewing do NOT post their jobs on the EJME, EEA, RES or SEA websites. The EJME's partner organization handles the job advertisements. To access these postings, please sign up for free at

Please follow carefully the information and instructions for the job application on each job posting. Each institution will have its own distinct deadline for application and requests for information. Moreover, each institution will choose when to make their job announcement. The EEA, RES and SEA encourage institutions to post on so do check this site regularly (and other sites where job postings are uploaded).

The EEA, RES and SEA are NOT involved in setting any job application deadline and do NOT offer information or advice on the job posting of any institution. Moreover, the EEA, RES and SEA have NO involvement in the scheduling of any interviews during the EJME. The role of the The EEA, RES and SEA is limited to the organization of the scientific and social events listed above.

Useful material

To view a list of resources for candidates, and materials on past EJMEs, please visit here