ECB will hire young Ukrainian researchers

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The European Central Bank

The European Central Bank has started a training programme for young Ukrainian researchers, to analyse the impact of the Russian invasion of their country.

The ECB announced today (May 19) that it wanted to hire up to 15 recent Ukrainian graduates to work at its Frankfurt headquarters. They should have a bachelor’s or master’s degree, or be studying for a PhD, in a very wide range of subjects.

Trainees with a bachelor’s degree will be paid a grant of €1,070 a month, and those with a master’s

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