Welcome to our orientation page !
Please find below the overview of the Transversal Program complete offer, as well as some orientation guidances and advices based on your thesis progress and on your practical needs.
Their purpose is to help you in determining possible trajectories for each module and to suggest possible coherent tracks for your professional development.
However, each doctoral path is unique, and you are the only person aware of your particular needs : do not hesitate to register, no matter your thesis status is.
The peculiarity of each academic path and the autonomy of choices are fundamental pillars to guarantee the richness and the depth of knowledge.
Scientific and Academic English - ANG - These workshops focus on specific aspects of English and do not teach basic skills. A good command of English is therefore required (levels B1 or B2). The workshops cover skills such as scientific writing in English or how to prepare a scientific presentation.
|ANG||Social and Professional Interaction in English: face-to-face communication at conferences and events|
|Conference & Seminar Skills: Presenting Your Research in English|
|Structure your writing well in English|
|Abstract writing workshop|
|Academic Writing 1||Academic Writing 2|
|Editing and Revising Texts|
|How to Write a Research Paper: from blank page to complete draft|
Scientific Information - ISC - These workshops explore the digital resources available to search, process and storage of scientific information in the rapidly and constantly evolving environment of research technologies.
|ISC||Doctorat efficace: recherche, utilisation, et gestion des publications scientifiques|
|Information Literacy for your PhD: successfully search, use and manage scientific publications|
|Research data management for junior researchers|
|Introduction to LaTeX|
|Conception et réalisation de posters scientifiques|
|Mastering the Publication Process to Promote Your Scientific Career|
Organization, Management and Planning - OGP - Learn how to conduct and lead a project, manage your time and skills, and how to plan realistically. These are essential skills not only for the successful completion of your thesis, but also for your future professional career.
* = This workshop is recommanded for the SSH PhD students.
|OGP||Getting Things Done: gérez mieux votre temps|
|Getting Things Done: Time Management and Productivity|
|Your PhD in Context|
|Introduction au management de projet|
|Fundamentals of Project Management for Research||Agile Project Management for Research|
|Développer, présenter, rédiger un projet de recherche (débutant)||Développer, présenter, rédiger un projet de recherche (avancé)|
|Thesis Writing Workshop*|
|Manage Your Scientific Writing|
|Effective grant Writing for Young Scientists|
|Développer un budget de recherche|
Communication - COM - These workshops will help you to develop oral and written communication skills. Such skills are important for the dissemination of your research and sharing your knowledge.
|COM||Proactively managing relationships and networks|
|Active Listening Skills|
|Techniques respiratoires et corporelles pour s'exprimer avec aisance dans les situations de stress|
|Let's create your blog together|
|Creative approaches and Drawing|
|Design Thinking for Research: How to Be More Productive, Creative and Confident|
|Visual Thinking for Doctoral Researchers|
|Prise de parole en public|
|Engage, Inform, Inspire: Bringing Your Presentation Skills to the Next Level|
|10 principes de base pour visualiser et illustrer des résultats ou concepts qualitatifs|
|Data visualization made efficient, beautiful and memorable|
|Conduire et participer à des réunions|
|Réaliser une capsule vidéo de trois minutes|
|Storytelling for researchers|
|Video Journalism for Researchers|
|Emotional intelligence for a successful academic or non-academic carrer|
Research and Society - REC - These workshops reflect on issues of ethics, epistemology and the politics of research.
|REC||Ma recherche face aux médias|
|Enjeux et techniques de communication scientifique|
Professional Planning - PRO - These workshops aim to prepare you for life after the thesis. They will help you in becoming aware of the range of skills that you have acquired as a doctoral student and how you can make the most of these in a CV, a portfolio or a letter of motivation.
* = This workshop is recommanded for the SSH PhD students.
|PRO||Élaborer mon profil professionnel: aspirations, motivations et compétences transversales|
|Your Professional Profile: Values, Goals and Skills|
|Let's boost your LinkedIn profile|
|Dossier de candidature scientifique SSH*|
|Préparer son dossier de candidature pour des offres d'emploi hors académie|
|Creating the Job-Hunting Package: finding opportunities and building applications for non-academic careers|
|Managing the Transition: Clarifying, designing and presenting your career after the PhD|
|Prepare and conduct an effective interview for non-academic career|
|Réussir mon entretien d'embauche|
Express - EXP - These workhops provide some practical and effective tools to overcome concrete difficulties and to improve the work routine. These activities take place entirely online and over a short period of time (±two hours).
My Thesis in 180 seconds - MT180 - These workshops aim to help you in preparing your performance for the local and national final competitions of My Thesis in 180 seconds. This is a science communication competition for French-speaking PhD candidates. These activities are intended only for the doctoral students registered in the competition.
|MT180||Présenter sa thèse en 180 secondes : la préparation et l'écriture du texte|
|Une image pour 180 secondes : les clés de la communication visuelle pour scientifiques|
|Présenter son travail en 3 minutes : au-delà des mots, la performance|
|Posture, respiration, voix: vos atouts pour conquérir votre auditoire|