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Applying for Research Positions
Finding the right job after graduation or completing a post-doctoral position can be a formidable task, and one that will further shape the researcher’s career. Therefore, this pivotal transition step needs to be done carefully and thoughtfully. This one-day workshop aims to give graduate and post-graduate students the necessary skills to find and secure the right research position for their next step in the careers.
The National Graduate School In Infection Biology and Antimicrobials (IBA)
Webinar 1: Monday 22 November 09:00 – 11:00 CET, Finding the Right Position
Webinar 2: Monday 22 November 12:00 – 14:00 CET, Applying for the Position
Webinar 3: Tuesday 23 November 09:00 – 11:00 CET, Successful Interview Strategies
You will receive the Participant Guide in an email sent to you 1 week before the webinars. Please look out for this email. We recommend that you read the Participant Guide in full before the online webinars and read through the activities beforehand to maximize your time in the webinars.
When you register for the workshop, you will receive a confirmation email for each individual webinar that will contain the unique joining link for the session.
Once you have completed the course, you will receive a certificate by e-mail. Please note that your certificate will be produced with your name as you enter it in this form.
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What is your field of research?
Clinical medicine (patient-based)
Biomedical sciences (laboratory-based)
Earth & environmental sciences
Chemistry and materials science
How many papers have you published?
During the workshop, the trainer will be answering participants’ questions about scientific writing and publishing. What would you most like to ask the trainer?
Please let us know about any additional support you need to fully participate in the workshop. We will accommodate such requests as far as we reasonably can.
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