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We’re hosting a Career Day on Thursday 13 October, to showcase the range of scientific careers inside and outside academia. There will be a chance to hear from professionals working across the industrial, policy, charity and legal sectors, plus many more.

Students in a lecture theatre.

In addition to a series of talk highlighting the different paths open to researchers, there will be a hands-on workshops to develop important skills needed to get your next position.

Registration closes on Friday 7 October.

Unfortunately, due to high demand, this event is only open to members of the Department.


Sold out! If you would like to go on the waiting list, please email communications@rdm.ox.ac.uk

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