Prepare your international mobility

UNAMUR

Objective

Up to 30% of PhDs have been employed abroad.

Getting a better understanding of leaving and returning supports effective employment. H

aving worked abroad can be a real plus to recruiters if it is well-articulated and part of a coherent career plan. So if you are looking to prepare for your international mobility, wgether you are looking to move to Belgium, French, the US, Japan or farther, this is the training for you !

At the end of this training you will

  • Understand the state of the international job market (included a focus on the French-Belgian transboundary region ).
  • Prepare for geographic mobility

Content

UNIT 1 : DISCOVER THE PHD JOB MARKET ABROAD

Learn about the geographical areas that employ the most PhDs Understand rate of PhD employment in international business sectors

Discover the paths of PhDs who have successfully found international careers Understand salary levels in different geographical areas

UNIT 2: PREPARE TO TRAVEL TO A NEW JOB

Discover international recruiting structures

Learn different recruitment approaches by geographical area Discover international application requirements (CV, supporting letters, etc.)

Understand the different approaches to recruitment interview by geographical area (with an added focus on the French-Belgian transboundary region)

Find the resources to go further in knowing a geographic area

UNIT 3: PREPARE TO RETURN

Anchor your international mobility within the longer-term structure of your professional plans

Prepare your return: maintain your networks, know return helps for job seekers, etc.

Trainer

Adoc Talent Management

 

Date

November 6th

Time

9 AM to 5 PM

Location

UNamur (exact adress to be communicated early September)