30 August 2022

In addition to doing solid, meaningful, and pioneering research, it is crucial that scientists communicate effectively. How do you make complex material accessible to the general public, write a readable article, present a keynote speech or inaugural lecture, convince a committee, and stay in control in the media? Join a training course that helps you communicate successfully and with more passion about your research:

Of course, good general language skills are also essential. You can improve your English or Dutch free of charge:

To kick-start your new academic year, please contact Radboud in'to Languages


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