Promoting transferable skills in doctoral research
Several universities and non-academic organisations have come together, under the coordination of the Arctic University of Norway, to improve doctoral education through transferable skills training and labour market articulation. Working under the EU-funded DocEnhance project, they will develop a more employment and innovation-oriented curriculum for PhD programmes to facilitate the transition into employment. The project will also design a course concept and material, and an open-access career-tracking survey. The project will focus on transferable skills, which facilitate the transition into employment and are widely applicable, regardless of scientific field and chosen career path. All project outputs will be provided as freely available open educational resources through the DocEnhance platform, and they will be piloted among several European partner universities.
Field of science
- /social sciences/economics and business/business and management/employment
Call for proposal
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Funding SchemeCSA - Coordination and support action
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