Then the Career Chats are for you! Throughout the year we organize several career chats where company representatives with a life scientist background are invited to give a talk about their career path in a specific field. During the event, the employees from a variety of different types of companies share with the audience their transition from academia to industry, their career experience, and give tips on how to better prepare for the job application process! Come and learn from the first-hand experience of successful life scientists!
Join us for the next Career Chat on the 17th of June with consultant Dr. Victoria Strouvelle and senior partner Dr. Matthias Bünte from Roland Berger!
Have you always been wondering what it is like to work for one of the biggest consulting firms as a life scientist? Would you like to know more about the work of a management and strategy consultant? If so, join us on Thursday, 17th June at 18:00 for our next online Career Chat with Consultant Dr. Victoria Strouvelle and Senior Partner Dr. Matthias Bünte from Roland Berger.
Dr Matthias Bünte holds a PhD in Astrophysics from ETH Zurich and has more than 25 years of experience in Management consulting as well as working as General Manager in the biotech industry and is now a Senior Partner at Roland Berger.
Dr. Victoria Strouvelle successfully finished her PhD in Virology at the UZH in 2018 and after some experience as student consultant, she started her current position as Consultant at Roland Berger in 2019.
In their talk, they will give us insights into the transition from bench to boardroom and will tell us how scientists can start a career in consulting.
Sparked your interest? Then join us and get all of your questions answered!
Due to the current Covid-19 situation, the event will take place online via Zoom. Registration is required. Please register via the link below.
Registration at: careerchat.lszysn.ch
Registration deadline: 17th June, 18:00
We are looking forward to having you with us!
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