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The European Career Fair in Boston (ECF) is the largest recruiting event in the United States for European companies and research institutions. It is the ideal place to discover new opportunities for your research career.

The “Research in Germany” initiative invites students currently pursuing or planning to pursue a graduate and post-graduate careers, and other researchers and scientists to meet representatives of more than 30 German universities and research institutions and discover what they have to offer.

The 21st annual ECF takes place at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from February 25-27, 2017 in Boston, USA

German higher education representatives are offering a special information session, with expert advisers and consultants from Germany:

“Research in Germany”- Information Sessions

Group I: Pursuing Graduate Studies in Germany

Group II: Opportunities for Postdocs, Young Investigators and Junior Faculty in Germany

Place: Marriott Cambdridge (50 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02142, near Kendall Square)

Time: Sunday, February 26, 2017, 10:00 AM-12:30 PM

Contact: Dr. Gerrit Roessler, “Research in Germany” Coordinator, German Academic Exchange Service; Email: roessler@daad.org, Phone: 212.758.3223 ext. 217

Please register at research-in-germany.org/ecf2017

The Information Session will start at 10 AM with a “Welcome and Introduction” highlighting new developments and job opportunities in Germany for all participants.

Participants will then have the opportunity to meet our experts at various round tables.

The topics include:

  • Funding Opportunities (PhD, Postdoc, Junior Researcher)
  • Junior Research Group Leaders
  • Opportunities for Postdocs
  • Universities of Applied Science
  • Different Ways to a Professorship
  • Research Careers in Industry
  • Careers in Administration and Management (Alt.-Ac.)

Please register at research-in-germany.org/ecf2017

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