Each partner has a training offer aimed at developing the multi-disciplinary skills of the PhD students. Consequently, the project will start by analysing the existing supply. We will then evaluate the actual needs of the target audience. A training offer will then be created that is tailored to the target audience in the regions concerned. As a result, we can provide added value as well as a real impact in terms of training. The training offer of each region is complementary to that of the other regions. This should facilitate the flow of students. Each region will make the necessary efforts to ensure that its students participate in each session. Inter-regional and inter-cultural exchanges are one of the priority objectives of the sessions. The purpose of the training seminars is also to better prepare each participant for the labour market, especially in the cross-border region. To achieve the objectives, the courses are all done in English. As a result, our offer appeals to our target audience.
The types of training proposed concern the following: inter-cultural communication, job interviews, etc.
16 interactive seminars will be proposed, spread over the 3 years of the project.
A total of 240 PhD students will be trained.
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For students at the master's level, there is the option to create an organisation that provides university courses with placements. This activity can be broken down into the following three stages:
The aim is to provide information on jobs, give guidance to students at the end of their bachelor's degree, and build awareness about the cross-border area as a "natural space" for master's students to operate.
The initial 1st Cross-border Careers Day, known as the Boost My Career Day, was held on 8 November 2018.