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The programme Luxembourgish Young Graduate Trainees LuxYGT offers 20 internship positions for Luxembourgish graduates and young professionals who would like to gain experience in the space sector.

The details about the requirements for the different positions and the applications procedure can be found here gov.lu/luxygt.

Application deadline is the 18 september 2017.

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