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Careers Workshops for PhD Students 2013
The following workshops are available to PhD students from all Faculties. To book a place simply complete the booking form on the student/events section of the Careers Service web site
To access further careers support e.g. postgraduate careers information, job vacancy sources, or to book a confidential careers guidance interview call in to the Careers Service, in the Base, Alexandra Square, or telephone 592525. A great deal of useful information can also be found on the Careers web site and the Vitae website for research students.
Latest RTP News
New module - Leadership and your PhD: A self-coaching approach to getting the PhD experience you want
This one-day interactive workshop aims to enable students to apply and develop self-leadership skills in their PhD.
New module - FASS622: Postgraduate Employability
This module will explore postgraduate employability outside academia.
New module - FASS623: Franz Schultheis Workshops: Pierre Bourdieu's visual sociology of Algeria: An analysis of a photographic archive
Franz Schultheis is a sociologist who was a close collaborator of Pierre Bourdieu and is a leading Bourdieu specialist.
FASS612: Interviewing as a Research Technique - sessions in Summer Term
This module will be run again in Summer Term.
New module - FASS621: Research Impact and User Engagement
The key aim of this module is to support students in their consideration of how research impact and user engagement relates to their chosen research field.
FASS Enterprise Centre events, Lent Term 2013
The FASS Enterprise Centre is running a variety of events in Michaelmas Term 2013.
Teaching development opportunities for postgraduates
Information about the teaching development opportunities for postgraduates, researchers and others involved in teaching in 2012-13. More>>
The RTP Administrator is located in Room C09 FASS Building. She is available to talk to students at the following times: 10.00-12.00, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. More>>
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