EIb Assessment Test

Knowing what to expect from the hiring process will help you succeed. Learn about all the career opportunities ant steps you will need to take to get to your EIB dream job.

Hiring Process

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is a financial institution that provides funding and support to various projects in the European Union. The recruitment process for a position at the EIB can vary depending on the role, location, and level of the job. Here is a general overview of the recruitment process you might expect:

  1. Apply – applications and CVs accept in English or French
  2. Online Tests – Screening: assessment and digital interview
  3. Interview – digital interview or a phone interview
  4. Second Interview – face-to-face interview

Online Assessment Tests

Online assessment tests are used to gauge a candidate’s skills, knowledge, and aptitude relevant to the position they’re applying for. The EIB may use these tests as part of the recruitment process for certain roles. Here’s what you might expect:

You will need to practice the following assessment tests:

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About The Company

The European Investment Bank is a publicly owned international financial institution whose shareholders are the EU member states. It was established in 1958 under the Treaty of Rome as a “policy-driven bank” using financing operations to further EU policy goals such as European integration and social cohesion.
Location: Kirchberg, Luxembourg


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Jobs at EIB

  • Internships – the company offers a limited number of internships to university students and recent graduates who wish to acquire an understanding of the Bank’s work or gain experience
  • Summer jobs – the company offers longer-term internships, usually lasting between three and 12 months, depending on the program.

View All Jobs at European Investment Bank and European Investment Fund

  1. (Associate) Financial Monitoring Officer
  2. Business Processes Analyst
  3. (Senior) Credit Risk Management Officer
  4. (Senior) Transaction Manager
  5. (Associate) Sector Economist
  6. (Senior) Business Support Officer(s)
  7. Financial Analyst(s)
  8. (Senior) Quantitative Officer