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    DSH and NSE PhD network Lunch: Understanding your salary and how to negotiate for it

    Tuesday, 26 March, 2019 - 11:30
    Campus: Brussels Humanities, Sciences & Engineering Campus
    Building L
    't Complex

    When: March 26th, 2019
    Time: Welcome as of 11:30am, event from 12 to 2pm. (Lunch included.)
    Location: ’t Complex (building L, Campus Etterbeek).


    Maybe you never questioned your salary or compensation package as a PhD-candidate, but when you consider venturing out of academia after completing your PhD, you will want to be informed about what to expect and how to negotiate for what you want/deserve, because the question ‘What are your salary expectations?’ will definitely be coming your way.

    To answer all your salary related questions, we have invited a diverse group of subject matter experts, including:

    • a tax expert,
    • a recruiter,
    • PhD-holders that have already transitioned out of academia,
    • a career coach.

    In addition, we also asked an academic profile to highlight the importance of negotiating skills within academia.

    Want to be informed too?

    Register here.  Don’t hesitate, because seats for this roundtable event are limited.

    We kindly ask you to register only once and only when you can actually participate. In case you have already registered but are not able to participate, please be so kind as to notify us by sending an e-mail to doctoral.schools@vub.be so we can offer your place to one of your PhD colleagues on the waiting list.

    Please be aware of the fact that the cancellation and no-show policy of VUB applies. Cancellation of your participation is only allowed up to 48 hours before the start of the course. Otherwise, the policy as described on the doctoral school website will be followed.

    Registration Rules: https://student.vub.be/en/phd/doctoral-training#registration
    No Show Policyhttps://student.vub.be/en/regulations-and-forms#phd