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Masters Skills Programme workshops

The Masters Skills Programme brings together all of the development opportunities that we offer to masters students in one place. Sign up for the workshops that interest you and develop your skills! If you think we are missing a workshop that you are interested in, please email us the details at skills at warwick dot ac dot uk.

Workshop by theme

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Can be used towards:

Understand yourself Term(s) held Warwick Skills Portfolio Award
Warwick Skills Portfolio Award online, all year  
Organising yourself and your time 1,2,3
Planning and managing projects 2
An introduction to emotional intelligence 2,3
Understanding your personality type (MBTI) 2,3
Intercultural training 1,2,3
You may also be interested in the Warwick Skills Portfolio Award (WSPA) Can be started in terms 1 or 2 and must be completed by start of term 3.
Succeed in your studies Term(s) held Warwick Skills Portfolio Award
Academic study skills 1
Exploring learning 1,2
Critical thinking 1,2,3
Critical writing 2,3  
Exam revision 1,2,3  
Speed reading 1,2
Taking notes effectively 1,2
Dissertation support Term(s) held Warwick Skills Portfolio Award
Planning and managing projects 2
On Track - dissertation workshops 3  
Your school may also offer specific dissertation support - check with your personal tutor
Research skills Term(s) held Warwick Skills Portfolio Award
Effective literature searching 1,2  
Managing your references with Endnote 1,2  
You may also like to join us at our Masters Cafe' 2,3  
Academic writing Term(s) held Warwick Skills Portfolio Award
Introduction to Masters Writing 1,2  
The Academic Writing Day    
The Masters Writing Open Forum 1,2  
Critical writing 1,2  
Communication skills Term(s) held Warwick Skills Portfolio Award
Becoming more assertive 1,2,3
Working in a team 1,2
Delivering effective presentations 1,2,3
Intercultural training 1,2,3
Leadership Term(s) held Warwick Skills Portfolio Award
Leading a group project 1,2
Planning and managing projects 2,3

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All our sessions include an element of group or peer to peer work. In certain workshops, such as delivering effective presentations, you will be asked to speak in front of a small group. You are encouraged to ask questions and contribute throughout the session, or to speak privately to the tutor at the end.

We welcome students with visible and non-visible disabilities, specific learning differences, or other complex needs, in all of our workshops. Teaching rooms have lift access and a mobile induction loop is available in some lecture theatres and in the Library. We encourage you to get in touch if you have any specific access requirements, or need more information about the content and delivery method of a specific workshop. We will do our best to ensure that you are able to attend.