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Report: Conference Non-academic careers

Veröffentlicht am 18. Juni 2019, 12:13 Uhr


Welcoming by Ulf Ortmann (Projectcoordination) and Ursula Mense-Petermann (Director BGHS). Photos: Hannah Grüneberg

"Ein Leben nach der Uni ist möglich" - but how exactly can it look like?

With this question in mind, on 27 May, history and social scientists from public institutions and private companies discussed with us at the BGHS the requirements and working conditions that doctoral students face or offer outside the academic university service.

Guests at the BGHS: Historians and sociologists working outside the university

Photos: Hannah Grüneberg

Seven historians and social scientists working in a wide variety of professional fields were guests: Martin Griepentrog (Bundesagentur für Arbeit), Jochen Rath (Stadtarchiv und Landesgeschichtliche Bibliothek Bielefeld), Andreas Daniel (Deutsches Zentrum für Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsforschung), Andreas Marquet (Friedrich Ebert Stiftung), Miriam von Maydell (Verlag Barbara Budrich), Armando García Schmidt (Bertelsmann Stiftung) and Dirk Schlinkert (Kommunikationsagentur Birke und Partner).

Photos: Hannah Grüneberg

The event was the prelude to the project "Non-academic careers" , which started at the BGHS at the beginning of 2019.

From 2020, the BGHS will award 12 short-term scholarships for practical projects that doctoral students from sociology and history carry out in cooperation with private or public non-university institutions. On the other hand, the BGHS organises a mentoring programme for a total of ten doctoral students with mentors from non-university institutions.

The doctoral candidates presented the results of the discussion rounds to each other. Photos: Hannah Grüneberg

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