An Academic Career – the ambition of every postgraduate researcher?
Posted by Martin Coffey in Postgraduate Researcher Careers on April 16, 2015
So you are doing a PhD? Why? In career management terms we find that PhD researchers can be categorosed in one of four ways, in terms of their reasons for doing a PhD. These are: 1. doing it as a natural progression from their previous studies, with a view to starting a professional career; 2. […]
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Why should I engage with Career Management provision?
Posted by Martin Coffey in Postgraduate Researcher Careers on August 18, 2014
A PhD is a busy process. It is hard to find the time for other things. So why shouldn’t a PhD researcher leave the “careers stuff” until they are finished with their PhD? I think this insightful piece answers the question really well. http://thesiswhisperer.com/2014/07/23/its-not-just-about-the-thesis/
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Update on Career Management activities for PhD researchers
Posted by Martin Coffey in Postgraduate Researcher Careers on June 4, 2014
This week YES schemes are featuring heavily in our thoughts. Engineering YES Since Sunday afternoon the University of Leicester Engineering YES team, 2014, have been participating in their heat in Milton Keynes. Activities draw to a close on Wednesday morning (June 4th), with the final pitches for funding. Best of luck to them. Biotechnology YES […]
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