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Prepare and Conduct an Effective Interview for Non-Academic Career (201)
14 June 2024
|Workshop language is English
The workshop is intended for PhD candidates who seek to develop their career in the international and/or private sector (for instance multinationals, NGO's…).
It will provide participants with information on:
The training will help the candidates to practice job interviews, benefiting from peers' and trainer's feedback.
English level C1.
Participants are very strongly recommended to have followed one of the CUSO courses focused on preparing the CV and cover letter for posts off the academic track (e.g. "Job-Hunting", "Préparer son dossier de candidature pour des offres d'emploi hors académie" ), and/or skills identification ("Elaborer mon profil professionnel"). Alternatively, they may have sought advice from their career centre on these topics. An application for an academic post (university postdoc or similar) will not be suitable for this workshop.
University of Lausanne
Date: Friday, 14th June 2024
Time: From 9:00 to 17:30
Location: University of Lausanne
Luca Allaria has worked for almost 15 years in the Biomedical industry, in both large and medium sized companies. In his career, Luca has experience in marketing, sales, education and research. In his international experience, he has been involved in multiple recruitment processes, both with and without the support of head-hunters. He is also cooperating with LHH – leader in the outplacement company in the world – as a consultant. He is also one of the Career Advisors at the University of St. Gallen – MBA Program.
He holds an MS in Biomedical Engineering and an Executive Master in Business Administration (EMBA) from the IMD Business School in Lausanne. He is also certified as an Education Manager/Director and has taken multiple training courses in communication and recruitment. He is also a certified professional coach by ICF (International Coach Federation).
Participants are eligible for reimbursement of incurred travel expenses by train between the city of their university and the location of the workshop (half-fare card, 2nd class).