News on funding, conferences, social events, and opportunities for Warwick postgraduate students
These mini information sessions are for you to find out more about topics important to Researcher life. They give you the opportunity to meet other PGR's (online) and have a break! Book onto the sessions by clicking here and selecting the sessions you want to join. You will then receive the Teams meeting request to allow you to join the session.
How does your Doctoral Research fit into your future?
Divya Sukumar is a PhD Psychology Graduate now working in a software start up company. Find out how a PhD translates from research into future goals and top tips for researching and beyond.
Divya is a Warwick 3 Minute Thesis winner and went onto the Vitae national final!
The Brilliant Club is a UK charity promoting fair access to highly-selective universities by placing PhD students and Post-Docs into state schools. Find out more and apply before time runs out. Any questions contact DoctoralCollege@warwick.ac.uk
The student panel exists to shape, challenge and develop the work of the Office for Students.
It is important that students influence their work and the decisions they take so they can regulate effectively in their interests.
If you are interested in representing the views of students and making sure that their experiences really shape higher education in England, they'd love for you to apply to be on their student panel.
A huge congratulations to Humeyra @Warwick_Edu who successfully defended her PhD Thesis via a virtual viva (passing with minor corrections).
Humeyra who's Thesis was a comparative study examining formation of value of respect among students in Turkey/England, a significant contribution to Islamic Ed Studies, said about her virtual viva - "I desired to do my viva face to face but because of the new circumstances I couldn’t. However, I can say that virtual one was almost same. Everything went really good. I didn’t feel we are in different places and using our laptops. I also want to thank you for your organisation and it was useful to test the connection in the morning before the viva. It made me more comfortable as well."
Dr Abdullah Sahin from Warwick's Department from Educations Studies commented - "Both the student and I, the supervisor of the project, initially had some fears that the impersonal nature of a virtual viva could disadvantage the candidate. However, the whole experience turned out to be almost no different from holding a usual face to face viva. The student, chair and examiners all share the same feelings. But it is important to trial the equipment at least a day before so that all is ready to go."