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Project Summary

With the deficit of academic permanent employment contracts in Europe and the growing employment risks in this sector, more doctorate holders are turning to jobs outside academia. Preparing the students for a broad range of career options matching the reality of the labour market falls on the responsibility of universities. 

Building on the existing “European University of the Seas”, this project focuses on:
– Giving visibility to the diversity of career paths for doctorate holders;
– Identifying skills that students can transfer to any work context;
– Advancing training quality to fit the current employment opportunities;
– Creating a European network to strengthen links with the private sector.

Target Groups and Expected Impact

Intellectual Outputs and Deliverables

Training Activities and Multiplier Events

Transferability

Four training activities will take place to help doctoral students in the transition from their studies to the labour market. Since the saturation of academia and skill mismatches of doctorate holders are a common issue across European countries, the topics will range from career development to problem-solving and entrepreneurship readiness.

Seven multiplier events will also occur at different stages to capitalise on the tangible and intangible results achieved throughout the project. Their purpose is to bring together major players from education and industry to showcase, disseminate and reflect upon the outcomes with policymakers, entrepreneurs and other competent authorities. Moreover, it will be a good opportunity for stakeholders to network and share knowledge.