Career planning - workshop for master students
During the course of your master’s degree, it’s easy to concentrate on your academic work and postpone thinking about your next career move.
The focus of this short interactive workshop is to catalyse discussion about career decision making and job seeking strategies, with the aim of motivating you to pay close attention to your career development and planning. If accepted for the workshop Sarah will also ask you to do a short pre-course task. You will recieve confirmation and instructions closer to the event.
If possible also register for the open Career planning seminar the same evening to be better prepared for the workshop.
We have limited seats (25) for this event. Priority will be given to masterstudents in their second year (exeption will be made for Global health students).
Registration closed (FULLY BOOKED)
Tutor: Sarah Blackford is an academic career consultant with over 15 years’ experience of delivering career support workshops and one-to-one coaching to PhD students and academic researchers across Europe and in the US. With a background in scientific research and publishing and qualified with a master’s degree in career guidance and coaching, Sarah has authored papers based on her careers work and a book entitled Career planning for research bioscientists. Much of her advice and resources are available on her blog, www.biosciencecareers.org. You can also find her on LinkedIn.Contact person: Emma Hägg