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Webconference on career development after a PhD

ABG has started since last week a series of webconferences to help you on your career development. To address the needs of international PhD candidates and postdocs, additional sessions in English are now organized:

  • on career planning – April 22 at 2pm (CET) - FULL
  • on networking – April 24 at 2 pm (CET) - FULL
  • NEW on career development after a PhD: testimonial of Patrick Eparvier, PhD in economics - May 7 at 2 pm (CET)

If you want to discuss where you stand and what your next steps will be, join our small groups of discussion: sharing experience between participants and feedback from our trainer will help you go further in your actions!

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On 7 May 2020 / 14h - 15h
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Number of seats 100
Audience - PhD candidate
- PhD-holder
The training session will be conducted in: English

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Goals

Join us and meet Patrick Eparvier, PhD in Economics, consultant at Technopolis. Get inspiration and tips to develop your career outside academia!

Program

Thursday 7 May at 2pm (CET)

Career development after a PhD, by Patrick Eparvier, PhD (Senior Consultant at Technopolis)
Following topics will be addressed:

  • career development outside academia
  • working as a consultant
  • experience in international organisation
  • marketing your skills

Speaker's biography

Address : Paris France
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