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PG Tips Online

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We have taken PG Tips online - join us each week on Microsoft Teams!

Join us every Tuesday, 3pm-3:45pm, to get information on different themes and receive and share tips on all aspects of postgraduate 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!

Coming up...

Writing for different audiences
Tuesday 18th May, 3pm-3:45pm

At this session we will be discuss how to write for a non-academic or public audience.

Networking hints and tips
Tuesday 25th May, 3pm-3:45pm

Join us for some advice on how to network effectively, whether you're a PGT or PGR.

Dissertation support and advice
Tuesday 1st June, 3pm-3:45pm

Need some help on your dissertation? Join our session with Student Opportunity to find out where to develop your skills, from improving your arguments to presenting the finished dissertation.

Past PG Tips Online sessions

So far this term, we have 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:

Getting Your Work Published
Staying Active
Masters to PhD
Getting Started on your Dissertation
Your Senses and Your Studies
Open Access Data and Grey Literature
Writing a Book Proposal

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

    Join our online mentorship platform, and post a question to either a Mentor directly, or the group as a whole.

    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.