Registrations for this course will be managed form our own page at the following periods:

  • From 2019-09-03 to 2019-09-12: 125 €

Registrations are not open at this moment.


This course represents an optimal tool for people interested in obtaining intensive preparation for the Computer Based Tests (CBT) of the Administrators competition (AD5).

In this training session you will acquire an advanced knowledge about the most appropriate methodology to respond quickly and accurately to the different exercises that you will find in the pre-selection test. By taking part on this training session you will maximize your options to reach the next phase of the selection process to work in the institutions of the European Union.

DATE: 18th September 2019

Start: 18/09/2019, 16.30.

End: 18/09/2019, 21.00.


To be confirmed


  • Candidates to the Administrators competition (AD5)
  • General public who are interested in applying for an EU working position.


  • English


16.15: Registration

16.30 – Introduction to the course.

16:45 – 17.30: Methodology and guidelines for the Verbal Reasoning test.

17.30 – 18:30: Resolution techniques for the Numerical Reasoning test.

18:30 – 19.00: Coffee break/Networking.

19.00 – 19:50: Methodology to solve the Abstract Reasoning in a efficient way.

19:50 – 20.40: Foundations and strategies for the Situational Judgment test.

20.40 - 21.00: Brief recap, Q&As and closing.



Carlos Gil has a degree in Law and a BA in Public Administrations. He has a solid background in European Affairs, a trajectory that he has consolidated through postgraduate studies at the University of A Coruña, the Diplomatic School of Spain and the College of Europe (Belgium). He has complemented this training oriented to the European Union with doctoral studies and other Jean Monnet’s postgraduate training.

He began his path towards the access to the European administration at the Diplomatic School, where he specialised in the European civil service. He deepened his training through multiple training courses in Belgium and the MA in European Political and Governance Studies. It was in this context that, after perceiving the difficulties to prepare EPSO's selective processes properly, he started to develop the innovative Yepso!’s methodology.

It is necessary to mention that Carlos has extensive professional experience linked to European Institutions. On the one hand, he has the vision of the Institutions through its trajectory in official information centres of the European Commission. On the other hand, as a consultant and advisor of European projects, he provided innovative ideas and solutions in a local and national key through the European Centre for Government Transformation.