So, you finally have a science degree- or will in the future. What to do with it? Are all doors open to you or is there still a lot of work to be done?
Dr Karin Bodewits
Playing a waiting game does not help career progress. Still, many scientists hope victory and fame come naturally by producing scientifically solid work. But success usually takes more.
An effective poster presentation requires a cleverly designed poster, an appropriate use of language and special techniques in presenting. This course will give you the skills you need to create professional, attractive and high-impact posters.
Every week has 7 days, 168 hours or 10080 minutes…. a lot of time to do a lot of things! Still, many of us suffer from the feeling of always having too little of it. You might not give it enough thought on how to distribute it between your career, family, friends and hobbies.
Job application and interview strategies for scientists: how to score your dream job from application all the way to salary negotiation
You have your degree in hand or will soon do so and know which job types suit you well. How to score your first job?