Being a researcher at LAB means designing innovative, ground-breaking technologies related to biomarkers detection in all fields, including electronics, bioengineering, biotechnology, and medicine.
Diversity is our mission, therefore we are looking for those with a general and/or scientific background, including Bachelor/Master/PhD candidates, as well as, holders of Bachelor’s/Master’s degrees or PhDs and post-docs, in a number of different areas.
National Science Centre Poland
120 researchers from all over the world will relocate to Poland under a continuation of the POLONEZ programme. The National Science Centre will launch three consecutive calls in 2021 and 2022. Therefore, you are invited to join LAB!
Successful candidates will move to Poland for 24 months to conduct basic research projects at Polish institutions. They will be free to choose the research topic and a future employer. In addition to a full-time salary, covered mostly by EU funds, POLONEZ BIS will offer scientists up to 100 000 euro to carry out their research projects and employ a project team. The programme will be complemented by a cross-sectoral secondment phase and an attractive training package.
The first POLONEZ BIS call will open in September 2021. To learn more, visit NCN webpage.
Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA)
For those how are looking for the possibilities to work and/or study in Poland, please visit the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA). NAWA coordinates scholarship programs under terms set forth in agreements, with the collaboration of Polish diplomatic missions and institutes which will publish the offer for students on their websites. The grant amount will depend on the type of study course.
The www.go-poland.pl website has been created by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (MNiSW) and is aimed at promoting Poland (Why Poland) as a country of study, not only through the Erasmus+ program. The website is a source of information on the higher education system and deals with queries important to students: how much a tuition fee is, what life and work in Poland is like.
At www.go-poland.pl, you can also find interviews with graduates with their remarks and advice.
A search for fields of study is practical as well. The choice of an educational pathway depends on a student’s status (his/her citizenship, Karta Polaka) and helps determine the rules of studying in Poland.
Supporting academic mobility stands among NAWA’s most important objectives. The main means through which we strive to achieve this objective has been the development of a wide offer of programmes addressed to the academic staff, for more details please go here.
In LAB, we believe that mobility is a key for succesfull scietific carrer path, therefore, we encourage our members for any kind of mobility actions, as well as, we invite researchers at any stage of the research careers (R1-R4) to join LAB:
First Stage Researcher (R1) (Up to the point of PhD)
Recognised Researcher (R2) (PhD holders or equivalent who are not yet fully independent)
Established Researcher (R3) (Researchers who have developed a level of independence)
Leading Researcher (R4) (Researchers leading their research area or field)
The fundings opportunities can be found on the EURAXESS.