In addition to workshops on how to write scientific résumés, the neuroscience master’s program wants to open students to other horizons that research in a public laboratory. We organize meetings with professionals and, for M2 students, a week of training to sensitize them to one of three topics :
- clinical research
- science communication
If you are interested in them, you can complete your education, for example through:
Manage your career
Assess your skills
Finding a job in public research is far from easy. This is why our master’s program does not only prepare you to a Ph.D. in neuroscience and a career in academia. During your courses, pratical work or lab trainings, you acquire scientific and technical knowledge but you also learn to work in teams, to conduct a scientific watch, to prepare reports, to present results orally, sometimes in English… : learn how to highlight these skills!
To help you, the master’s program organizes workshops on writing scientific résumés and cover letters (French/English).
Use services that will help you better manage your career, such as :
Build your network
…even before looking for a job!
Physically meet recruiters, for example at APEC fairs.
Be present and visible professionally on the internet, including on professional social networks : LinkedIn, Viadeo, ResearchGate. Join the Graduate School of Life and Health Science (EDSVS) LinkedIn group!
Check out our list of useful links for more information on jobs in science.