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nature

PhD students do not only need to be scientifically excellent. Complementary skills are of main importance for their professional path. This fact is known for a long time in the US (see Nature article).

Career-Management, knowledge about IPRs, communication competences and much more of so called “soft skills” support researchers not only in their academic career, but also pave the way for future employment in industry.

EUrelations has taken this path already several years ago. Different courses can be adapted to your personal needs in a modular way. We provide universities, research organisation and industry with our trainings. We turn your collaborators into researchers who are not only scientifically highly qualified but who are also thinking and working in an economical way.

Our courses are already offered to many doctoral programmes. Integrate these valuable trainings in your portfolio and follow the trend.

Learn more about our courses here or read a recently published article in the renowned US-journal Nature on this subject under: http://www.nature.com/naturejobs/science/articles/10.1038/nj7431-259a?WT.ec_id=NATUREjobs-20130117