There are many different stages in the European Medicines Agency. Depending on the position you wish to apply for, these stages may include:
Prior to applying for a position with the European Medicines Agency (EMA), you should check that you meet not only the prerequisites for the role you are pursuing but the also the company’s specific eligibility standards as well.
The most common aptitude tests that you will take during the EMA recruitment process will be provided by EPSO. These tests include:
The EPSO Administrator Level assessments will measure your proficiency in both numerical and verbal reasoning as well as abstract reasoning. This exam will also measure your ability to assess different situations in the workplace with a situational judgment test and a personality questionnaire. Our PrepPack™ was designed to facilitate your learning process using hundreds of practice questions with included answer explanations and solving tips.
Although both the Administrator and Assistant Level tests measure the same proficiencies, the Assistant Level assessments are of a higher level of difficulty. Our EPSO Assistant Level PrepPacks™ include dozens of comprehensive practice tests, as well as study guides and solving tips to ensure your ability to outscore other applicants.
Other sections of these tests may include case studies, error checking tests, and in-tray assessments. The combination of your CV, entrance exam scores, and interviews will give the recruitment team at the European Medicines Agency a better idea of your ability to effectively perform the required duties for the vacancy in their organisation. Familiarise yourself with the material you will be tested on during the EMA hiring process with JobTestPrep to launch your career.
Another key component of the EMA pre-employment process is the interview process. Whether you are interviewing over the phone or in person, it is crucial that you take the necessary steps to prepare.
During your EMA interviews, you will be asked a variety of questions ranging from your previous work experience and its relevance to the position or programme you have applied for, as well as behavioural and situational questions. Below we have included some examples of questions you may be asked during your interviews with the European Medicines Agency:
When answering behavioural questions it is recommended that you use the STAR interview method to ensure that your responses are both structured and engaging for your interviewer.
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