The written examination of the UN YPP 2017 will consist of two parts: the Specialised Paper and the General Paper.
The Specialised Paper tests the substantive knowledge corresponding to your job family.
The United Nations dedicates one day for the written examination. The 2017 MAGNET and INFONET exams will be held in-person on 14 December 2017. The POLNET exam will be held online in October 2017. No one is allowed
To be able to apply for the UN YPP 2017, you should meet several eligibility criteria:
- be 32 years old or younger by the end of the examination;
- hold a first-level university degree in one of the job
If you meet all eligibility criteria, you can start preparing your application for the UN YPP 2017. All applications should be drafted and submitted online through Inspira system.
After registering in Inspira
You can apply for the UN YPP 2017 only if you are a national of the participating country which means you should have a passport/personal ID of the participating country. To prove that you are a national of the
You can apply for the UN YPP 2017 if any of your nationalities are listed among participating countries. If you have more than one nationality, you should choose under which one you want to apply and indicate it in
The United Nations selects participating countries for the UN YPP that are unrepresented, underrepresented or at risk of becoming underrepresented among the UN Secretariat staff members. In addition, the country
To apply for the UN YPP, you should have a completed first-level university degree in one of the job families. If you are still in the course of obtaining a first-level university degree (Bachelor degree in most
Education requirements are one of key eligibility criteria for the UN YPP 2017. If your degree is not listed among the fields of study, have a closer look at your transcript of disciplines to see if your degree can