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Introduction Career Development In Belgium, great care is being taken in order for researchers to further develop their skills through continuous training opportunities. At the Universities, PhD-students can enlist (and often are obliged) in the so called Doctoral Schools that offers a program that is...
Further education, training, and opportunities to grow and develop professional skills and gain additional qualifications are an important part of any career. It's up to you how you wish to pursue your ambitions, develop your skills and deepen your knowledge, whether through professional training, educational courses, seminars, conferences, soft skills training, e-learning courses or induction programmes
Career Orientation tool No limits: exploring careers for researchers Welcome! The 'No limits' toolkit for researchers highlights resources to help you identify what's important for you in your career plan to build on your skills and knowledge consider a wide range of career options. make a plan to reach your professional development goals. The toolkit includes advice, quizzes to help you explore...
Eudaimonia Solutions is the EURAXESS Bulgaria Career Development Centre and provides its services for researchers in cooperation with Sofia University, main coordinating organisation of EURAXESS Bulgaria. Contact Eudaimonia Solutions Contact Sofia University
Sweden is one of the world’s most innovative and research-intensive nations. Nearly four percent of Sweden’s GDP goes towards research and development, one of the highest rates in the world. As a result, Sweden has a leading position in areas like environmental technology, life science, ICT and nanotechnology. The bulk of the research taking place in Sweden — about 70% — is financed by the business sector. The State and the business sector...
Sweden has two main types of higher education institutions: universities and university colleges. Both grant degrees at the bachelor and master level. What differentiates the two is that a university can grant degrees at the doctoral level, while a university college generally cannot. All Swedish university students are entitled to financial assistance, partly in the form of a grant and partly as a loan. The rate at which they pay it back...
Charter and Code were developed by the European Commission as a part of the European Human Resources Strategy for Researchers aimed at improvement of working conditions and career development for researchers in Europe. The documents include 40 principles addressed to scientists, employers and research funding organisations active both in the public and private sector in the EU Member States. Charter describes rights and duties which should be...
Instytucje działające w sferze B+R (np. instytuty badawcze, uczelnie, przedsiębiorstwa) oraz organizacje finansujące badania, które wdrożą zasady Europejskiej Karty Naukowca i Kodeksu Postępowania przy rekrutacji pracowników naukowych do swoich wewnętrznych regulacji, w wyniku których tworzone jest przyjazne środowisko pracy naukowej i transparentne zasady rekrutacji pracowników naukowych, zostają wyróżnione przez Komisję Europejską. Nadawane...
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