Mentoring events for students

Some departments regularly organize Mentoring events for Bachelor and Master students in order to improve interactions between students and lecturers.

 Next events


What are the possibilities after a PhD in Biology/Biochemistry

 16 May 2022, 12:30-13:30

 Department of Biology

For Master/PhD Students


What's next after a PhD?

 17 May 2022, 11:30-13:00

 AMI, A320

For PhD students and postdocs

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  • Past mentoring events

    Job application

      2 June 2021: 12:30 - 13:30

     PER04, auditorium 0.110

    For Bachelor and Master students in Biology


    Possible jobs after a Master's degree in biology/biochemistry

     11 january 2021


    Participation of alumni students holding a master's degree in biology/biochemistry who are active in the professional world:

    • Charlotte Joller, Agroscope
    • Vincent Grognuz, Parc Naturel Régional Gruyère Pays d’En-Haut
    • Ramona Gloor, Syngenta
    • Bénédikte Maradan, UCB Farchim
    • Matteo Motta, Haute école de viticulture et d’œnologie, HES-SO

    Open discussion based on participants' questions

     17 November 2020



    Possible jobs after a PhD in biology/biochemistry

      20 April 2021

     PER04, auditorium 0.110

    Participation of former PhD students, who are active in different fields of work, from biology to pharmacology, including teaching.


    • Sylvain Dubey (Agrosustain)
    • Noam Shani (Agroscope Liebefeld)
    • Nathalie Lauper (Novartis)
    • Michael Hebeisen (Université de Lausanne, Collège St-Michel Fribourg)

    Mental Health in pandemic

      4 December 2020


    Presented by Olga Vvedenskaya

    - An overview of chronic anxiety impact on body and mind

    - Facilitated discussion in break out rooms devoted to the issues caused by isolation measures

    - General discussion on what to do and where to get help


    How to choose one's interests in the diversity of biology and what may be the consequences of these choices for the rest of the study cursus

     19 October 2020

    This event gathered students at different stages of their academic background. The more advanced students were therefore able to share their experience on the consequences of their choices, which was much appreciated by students at the bachelor's level.