Do you love tackling complex issues and being intellectually challenged?
Does time stop when you are performing research?
Do you enjoy autonomy and planning your own work?
Do you like to pass on what you learned and teach others?
Do you thrive in international environments?
Do you long for a steep learning curve both in academic and in transferable skills?
YES? Then maybe pursuing a PhD is something for you.
Traditionally, only people passionate about research/teaching and aiming to climb the academic ladder, pursued a PhD. Nowadays, however, it is becoming evident that the future leaders in R&D will also benefit from the skillset developed during a PhD. To name a few:
Strategic insight combined with highly developed analytical skills
Methodological approach to perform research
Excellent time and project management
Communications & networking skills
Creative thinkers with great improvisational skills
It is a no-brainer to see that the built-up skillset is relevant for any future career you choose to pursue.
The Doctoral School for Natural Sciences & Bio-Engineering is happy to support you:
Before starting your PhD: presence @ job fairs to answer questions, information sessions, training sessions to gain funding….
During your PhD: welcome and onboarding, introduction days, extensive training offer, career services, PhD days, social events….