YGT experience in Vega and Space Rider


With the launch of the 2021 Young Graduate Trainee recruitment campaign, we’ve been talking to some of our current YGTs about the work they do, to give you a flavour of life at ESA and an idea of the range of opportunities currently on offer. This week, we chatted with Sofia Sinopoli, structural engineer from Italy. Sofia is working as a Young Graduate Trainee in the mechanical and propulsion engineering section for the Vega and Space Rider programmes.

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  1. You’re telling me that ESA hasn’t any nord European employees? Almost every video has a Italian or Spanish accent, while this are the countries who barely pay something compared to Germany, France, The Netherlands, Belgium, the UK and the Scandinavian countries

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