Wie schreibt man einen Lebenslauf, der den nächsten Karriereschritt einleitet? Was wird in der Industrie gefordert? Wie wäre es ein wissenschaftliches Startup zu gründen? Wie bereitet man sich am besten auf ein Vorstellungsgespräch vor?

Dieser Kurs beantwortet all diese Fragen und beinhaltet folgendes:


  • Erhöhen Sie Ihre Sichtbarkeit als Wissenschaftler
  • Professionelle Netzwerke und deren Nutzung – online und offline
  • Alternativen zur akademischen Karriere
  • Aufbau und Inhalt eines wissenschaftlichen Lebenslaufs
  • Übliche Fragen in einem Vorstellungsgespräch


Die Kurse sind auf Erwachsenenbildung ausgerichtet und nutzen partizipative Ansätze. Die Teilnehmer werden ermutigt ihre Erfahrungen und Kenntnisse dem Kursinhalt hinzuzufügen. Die Themen werden durch reale Beispiele unterstützt und beziehen sich auf das Forschungsgebiet der Teilnehmer.

Vor dem Kurs können die Teilnehmer Fragen und ihre eigenen Präsentationsbeispiele per E-Mail einreichen. Der Kursinhalt wird an die spezifischen Bedürfnisse und Anforderungen der Teilnehmer angepasst.

Die Teilnehmer erhalten im Rahmen des Kurses Materialien sowie eine Kursübersicht mit den Ergebnissen.

Kursdauer: 2 aufeinanderfolgende Tage (9.00 – 17.00 Uhr)
Anzahl der Teilnehmer: 8-12

Trainer: Dr. Jo Havemann or Tina Persson

Kontaktieren Sie uns für ein Angebot

Der Kurs kann auf Ihre Anforderungen bezüglich Dauer, Form und Inhalt abgestimmt werden.


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PhD Career Stories is a podcast about the diversity of career opportunities after the PhD, be it in academia, industry or elsewhere. Stories are narrated by the people themselves. Get in touch and share yours!


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