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Join us at PG Tips Online!

**UPDATE** - Unfortunately, in light of the recent updated Covid-19 guidance from the government and the university, we have decided to temporarily suspend our in-person events until restrictions are eased.

Join the Postgraduate Community Engagement Team and our Postgrad Mentors on Microsoft Teams as we discuss all issues around postgrad life and postgrad study at PG Tips Online, Tuesday 3pm-4pm!

Each week, our Postgrad Mentors will be dealing with a different subject or theme. Here's what's coming up over the next few weeks:

Tuesday 25th January - Productive working habits

Can't make Tuesday afternoons? Ask any questions about postgrad life on our online mentorship community and our Postgrad Mentors will respond with their advice!


Join us every Tuesday, 3pm-4pm, in the Postgrad Hub for a break from your studies with a tea or coffee, to meet other postgrads, and to share tips on postgrad life. This is also your chance to meet some of our mentors from our online mentorship community in person, who can pass on their experience and advice!

PG Tips is an opportunity to ask questions outside of your department and supervisor on all aspects of postgraduate life, whether that's how to apply for a PhD, how to balance your study time and your social life, or simply where does the best coffee or food on campus. Whether your queries are academic or pastoral, our mentors will share their advice, or direct you to the appropriate service.

Each week we will be focusing on a different subject or issue - come and join the discussion, or just drop in for a chat!


Ask A Postgrad

Got a question for the Mentors, but can't make the session this time? Why not post it to the online community?

Go to our online Ask A Postgrad platform, and post a question to either a Mentor directly, or the community as a whole.

Past PG Tips Online sessions

During the Covid-19 outbreak, we hosted PG Tips Online sessions with representatives from Scholarly Communications, the Exchanges journal, Coventry City of Culture, Warwick Sport, Student Admissions and Outreach, and Warwick SU.

If you missed these sessions, we have summarised some of the key information in some short videos and on some Padlet boards:

Get involved

Is there a specific Mentoring topic you would like us to include in this programme?

Send us your ideas and suggestions to pgcommunity at warwick dot ac dot uk or talk to a member of staff at the PG Hub.