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Further education, training, and opportunities to grow and develop professional skills and gain additional qualifications are an important part of any career. It's up to you how you wish to pursue your ambitions, develop your skills and deepen your knowledge, whether through professional training, educational courses, seminars, conferences, soft skills training, e-learning courses or induction programmes
Career Orientation tool No limits: exploring careers for researchers Welcome! The 'No limits' toolkit for researchers highlights resources to help you identify what's important for you in your career plan to build on your skills and knowledge consider a wide range of career options. make a plan to reach your professional development goals. The toolkit includes advice, quizzes to help you explore your own needs and links to resources, information...
Eudaimonia Solutions is the EURAXESS Bulgaria Career Development Centre and provides its services for researchers in cooperation with Sofia University, main coordinating organisation of EURAXESS Bulgaria. Contact Eudaimonia Solutions Contact Sofia University
The Danish Agency for Science, Technology, and Innovation (Ministry of Higher Education and Science) serves and oversees a wide range of independent councils, commissions and committees which fund, support and advise on research and innovation. The most significant ones are The Danish Council for Independent Research and Innovation Fund Denmark. Read more about the Danish Advisory and Funding System and Danish research policy and the European...
Sweden is one of the world’s most innovative and research-intensive nations. Nearly four percent of Sweden’s GDP goes towards research and development, one of the highest rates in the world. As a result, Sweden has a leading position in areas like environmental technology, life science, ICT and nanotechnology. The bulk of the research taking place in Sweden — about 70% — is financed by the business sector. The State and the business sector...
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