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"I am now aware of my career options after completing the PhD program." Janaki Devi Somasundaram, PhD candidateFind more about CARLIS Spring school for PhD students
CARLIS project aims to contribute to improvement of doctoral education, better collaboration between the academic and business sector and retention of talents in the region of Vienna-Bratislava. Five partner organisations joined their forces to develop tools and institutional capacities for delivery of inter-sectoral career training preparing PhD students for career paths beyond academia.
To achieve those aims we will:
Results of CARLIS project will bring multiple benefits for different target groups:
Currently, we are preparing the survey among PhDs. in the life science sector to identify their skills and training needs. We are also getting ready for a series of interviews with employers in the field of life sciences with whom we will talk about the contribution PhDs could make in their companies and skills and abilities needed for a successful research career outside academia.
Are you a company operating in the life science sector? We would be happy to hear about your views and experience.
|The CARLiS project is supported by the Interreg SK-AT Programme co-funded from the European Regional Development Fund. Learn more about the programme at https://www.sk-at.eu|