Below is an overview of the available training with respect to career development, open to PhD students and/or postdocs from all three doctoral schools in 2020.
The list will be further completed in the course of December 2019.
As soon as all necessary information is available, you can click the activity title in the table below in order to get more details on content, target group and practical arrangements. All activities are in English, unless explicitly mentioned otherwise.
When registering for an activity, please carefully consider our cancellation & no-show policy.
|SUBJECT/TITLE||for PhD students?||for postdocs?||DATE||REGISTRATION|
|An inside view of the European Parliament & European Commission||x||x||14/01/20||see details|
|Career development: Gain insight into your talents and ambitions (Dutch)||x||x||18/03/20 - 01/04/20 - 22/04/20 - 06/05/20 - 20/05/20 - 03/06/20||click here until 18/02/20|
|Career development: Gain insight into your talents and ambitions (English)||x||x|
|Ready for take-off: Establishing a good basis for PhD supervision||x||06/02/20||by supervisor|
|"Welcome to the real world" - What is your role as PhD in R&D?||x||x||07/02/20||click here until 8/01/20|
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