How to increase your odds of finding a job in Clinical Research?
This STAR Programme will provide the capabilities you need to become a Junior Clinical Researcher. Most employers will require practical experience on the job before considering your application. At ECCRT, we realise that this situation limits the inflow of young, intelligent, and motivated people. To further develop your potential, this STAR Programme combines a series of training and practical traineeships during a period of one year.
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This Programme has been developed for you, to increase your chances of entering the area of clinical research. Like all ECCRT STAR Programmes, this one is composed of a number of individual courses, that are face-to-face or webinar trainings as well as an eLearnings, to be followed within one year, which allows some flexibility when you take the course.
This STAR Programme is different from the others because it includes practical traineeships throughout the year. The latter will give you the possibility to acquire practical experience in the field and thus a kick-start of a brand-new career in clinical research! In order for you to gain practical experience, we have included traineeships in this STAR Programme, running over 1 full year in 3 different organisations:
- Hospital for 2 months
- Pharmaceutical companies for 6 months
- Contract Research Organisation for 4 months
The traineeships can be taken in any location depending on ECCRT approval.
How can you apply for this STAR Programme? Request and fill in the application form. Application is subject to approval (interview) and does not automatically result in enrolment.