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Enhancing professionalization of European graduate students through open science education, communication and mental health skills training


  • University of Siegen
  • SciLink Foundation
  • Trinity College Dublin
  • Marie Curie Alumni Association


In today’s growing competitive landscape in research careers, it has become more important than ever to advance the skills needed for a sustainable career in research. Researchers need to be experts in research management, aware of the diversity in groups and disciplines, and manage stress  in order to have a long, successful career. Importantly, researchers also need to be able to engage broader audiences, being confident, capable communicators. To advance the needs of the research community, the OEduverse Project will equip European graduate students with interdisciplinary and transferable skills that are beyond their specialisation yet demanded by their future employers. The project will focus on three modules:

  1. Mental Wellbeing
  2. Open Science
  3. Communication and Immersive Storytelling

Over the course of 2020-2022, the OEduverse Project will engage with early stage researchers through annual summer schools and skills-building workshops and events held in Dublin, Hanover, and Amsterdam. Researchers from all backgrounds and disciplines are welcome to participate.


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