Besides the expansion of RUB's research networks, international knowledge transfer, and numerous joint publications, our mobility programs and visits to international career fairs have provided the foundation for the acquisition of various fellowships, associated stays and employment of international young researchers at RUB:
In addition to providing an excellent networking opportunity, Research Explorer Ruhr introduced me to the different funding lines offered by Germany to foreign researchers!
RS provides a lot of networking and problem solving events which make really faithful connections
RER provides a great international atmosphere with a mixture of science, culture, friendship, and fun. It helped me tremendously in getting my Humboldt fellowship!
RER was a great experience. I met amazing people and found a great group in Bochum, where I began my postdoc career and learned about European academia.
Knowing the research environment such as people and facilities definitely helps when you apply for a Humboldt fellowship.
Part of the success resides in the help that the staff of the research program provided to me
RER was a crucial step in my successful grant application process.
RS helps understanding career paths in Germany as well as developing the necessary skills to excel as team leaders, scientists, and professionals.
My visit through the Research Assistantship resulted in a regular position at the Faculty of Medicine for the next four years!
It was all very dynamic! It took less than two months from my first contact with RS at a virtual career fair to a postdoc position at RUB!
RUB offered various training opportunities, ranging from understanding university career paths in Germany, to acquiring the skills to succeed as a team leader, scientist and professional
I realize what an opportunity RUB Research School extended to me, and I am happy I could grab it.
The decisive factor for RUB was the dedicated service by the talent recruiters of RUB Research School. They got me in touch with the professor I wanted to work with and who will now be my doctoral supervisor.