Workshops and info sessions

The workshops & info sessions organised as part of the interuniversity Job Market for Young Researchers 2022 will take a hybrid form.

The online preprogramme, which includes CV analysis, speed career coaching, workshops and info sessions on Monday 28 March, and several Career Lunches from 29 March until 12 May, prepares participants for the in-person job fair to be organised on Monday 16 May at the ICC Ghent. During the live day extra interactive workshops and info sessions will be facilitated. The content of the live workshops will be different from the online programme.

For an overview of the workshops and info sessions on 28 March, click here: online programme Monday 28 March 2022

From 29 March until 12 May several Career Lunches will be offered online. The list as shown below is preliminary. We bundle all online workshops, Career Lunches, and panel discussions in the PhD Talent Pool. Log into the Talent Pool to stay updated!

Tuesday 29 March (12-1 PM)

PhD @ KBC means your skills are in the right place!


Thursday 31 March (12-1 PM)

The ‘write’ start at Emtex


Tuesday 19 April (12-1 PM)

Come create @ NOKIA the technology that helps the world act together


Thursday 21 April (12-1 PM)

Start your career @ Euroclear - Start @ the heart of the financial markets

A day in the life of…: a data scientist and chemist sharing their experiences at Janssen Pharmaceutica

Tuesday 26 April (12-1 PM)

IQVIA, where you can put your passions to work! Your skills can reshape the future of healthcare!


Thursday 28 April (12-1 PM)

PhD Career @ Bain & Company


Tuesday 3 May ((12-1 PM)

Research for a changing society – Forschungszentrum Jülich as Employer

AI in a business world - AI @ Addestino

Thursday 5 May (12-1 PM)

Careers with the EU institutions

GRANUTOOLS shout-out to PhDs with a passion for Science & Technology

Tuesday 10 May (12-1:30 PM)

Part 1 of this workshop is offered on 28 March.

The Landscape of Post-PhD Career Tracks, part 2: On safety and freedom & how to find your tribe in the job market by dr. Natalia Bielczyk


Thursday 12 May (12-1:30 PM)

Online Panel Discussion: Career paths of PhD holders in Humanities and Social Sciences 


Participation is free of charge, but registration is compulsory.

For an overview of the info sessions and workshops offered in the context of the in-person interuniversity Job Market for Young Researchers, click here: interactive info sessions and workshops at ICC Ghent on Monday 16 May 2022 These workshops will be offered in the ICC Ghent on Monday 16 May 2022 (12 PM-6 PM).

Looking forward to welcoming you (virtually and in person)!