Apply for the new edition of “PhD, what comes next - 2022?”, the cross-border career workshop for PhD candidates! November 29 - December 1, 2022 (online)


Together with its partners from Luxembourg and Germany and with the support of the French-German University, the Luxembourg National Research Funds (FNR), ABG is organising a new online edition of the cross-border seminar for doctoral candidates “PhD, what comes next?”. This seminar is aimed at all doctoral candidates from France, Germany and Luxembourg. On your marks? Get set? Apply now!

About the program 


Practical information

Program, registration, contact

ABG is launching a call for applications for candidates from France -> 

You are doing your PhD program in France (PhD candidates doing a joint PhD with one of the three countries,

or doing an industrial PhD are eligible),

or you are a PhD holder who is unemployed or on a shortterm contract and who graduated less than 6 months before the workshop from an institution in France?

Send your application now (limited number of places)!

Application is open until October 10, 2022!

NB: participants from Germany and Luxembourg are subject to a different schedule. Please refer to contacts in your institutions (see 'Call for applications').


About the program

Are you currently doing a PhD in France, Germany or Luxembourg or are in the framework of a joint program with one of these three countries? Have you just obtained your PhD and are you looking for a job in one of these three countries after your PhD?

Be part of this new online edition of “PhD, what comes next?”, the cross-border career workshop for PhD candidates that will be organized on November 29 th to December 1st, 2022 by ABG, the French-German University, the Luxembourg National Research Funds (FNR), the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH), the Luxembourg Institute for Socio-Economic Research (LISER), the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), the University of Luxembourg, the Saarland University and the University of Trier.

It’s the perfect opportunity to (finally) take some time to think about your professional identity, your wishes, to understand the recruitment process and recruiters’ expectations in different countries, to discover a new career path and develop your network by meeting professionals…



The seminar is open to:

The participants must be motivated to explore the opportunities outside academia and have a good level of English (at least B2)

Priority is given to advanced PhD candidates (i.e. from late 2nd year of their PhD onwards).


Practical information

Program, registration, contact

Call for applications


Registration form


Contact : Kristina BERKUT