Some tips

Here are a few tips to help you navigate your study-to-work transition successfully.

Professional training courses

In addition to the scientific CV writing workshops, the Master of Neurosciences wishes to open students to other horizons than research in public laboratories. We therefore organise meetings with professionals and, for M2 students, week-long training sessions to raise their awareness (depending on the year):

  • to clinical research
    to scientific communication
    to the business world

You can also complete your training with:

Manage your career

Make an assessment of your skills

…for example thanks to the TalentToday or DocPro websites.

Hiring in public research is far from easy. That’s why our master’s degree does not only prepare you for a thesis in neuroscience and then for a career as a researcher or teacher-researcher. During your courses, your practical work or your internships, you will acquire scientific and technical knowledge, but you will also learn to work in a team, to carry out scientific monitoring, to prepare reports, to present results orally, sometimes in English: know how to make the most of your skills!

To help you, the master organizes workshops on writing scientific CVs and cover letters (French/English), from which these videos are taken (password: neuro):

This video from Le Monde Campus also explains how to write a cover letter that stands out.

Use the services that allow you to better manage your career. These include

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