This course is designed to help you manage the challenges of the mid-stages of your PhD, to stay motivated, and to make effective progress in your thesis. It will focus in detail on the requirements of a doctorate (the hypothesis, the thesis structure and the assessment criteria); and help you action plan accordingly.
By the end of the workshop you will have:
- recognized the progress you have made in relation to your overall project
- begun to define and refine your research hypothesis and your thesis structure
- understood the requirements of the PhD, including the assessment criteria
- reviewed how you manage your PhD process
- developed a short- to mid-term action plan to help you successfully complete your thesis.
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Other researchers say:
Never underestimate the power of planning & good feedback.
It helped me in many different ways in terms of time management skills, planning (short term/long term)... It informed me about all that is out there to help me develop and enhance my skills to research effectively.
Who is it for? Doctoral research students early in their 2nd year (or part-time equivalent)
Is any preparation required? No
Is catering provided? Yes. Refreshments and a sandwich lunch.
Who is the tutor? Dr Kate Mahoney / Dr Emma Smith