Combining forces with the Doctoral College
The added value that the doctorate represents, all disciplines combined, are increasingly recognized, particularly in terms of innovation. Thus, the socio-economic world is becoming more and more interested in PhDs and, conversely, PhDs are developing more and more links and connections with businesses and entrepreneurship.
Boost your attractiveness to our doctoral students by participating in events organised throughout the year
- Meet-ups & networking
- Company visits
- Testimonials from doctors
- Breakfasts & round tables
- Recruitment & Career Forums
- Entrepreneurial Seminar
- Communication about your own events: Prizes and Fondation d'Entreprises competition...
Recruiting high potential candidates
Hire a doctor of science and engineering or a doctor of arts, humanities and social sciences for their multiple skills.
Doctors of Sorbonne University are professionals at the forefront of their discipline, with several years of experience that have given them the skills to manage complex research and innovation projects at the international level in teams, where it has often been necessary to confront the unexpected, explore alternative pathways, persevere... all in accordance with professional ethics.
Feel free to post your job and CIFRE offers with our career centre (Jobteaser)
Sharing common interests through consulting or expert assignments*.
Expert assignments allow the skills of doctoral students to be put at the service of a company, local authority, administration, association or foundation and to contribute to the success of a project over an assignment lasting no more than 32 days: audit and methodological advice, technical and scientific advice, technological intelligence, feasibility study, bibliographical analysis, staff training, experiments...
Companies and institutions can thus benefit from highly qualified personnel, and the assignment allows doctoral students to enrich their professional experience.
*When recruiting a doctor or an expert, under certain conditions you may benefit from the Research Tax Credit (CIR).