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Finishing Up and Moving On: FUMO (Engineering)

This workshop is intended for postgraduate students who are between 6-12 months from submission. It is designed to equip participants with skills to finish their PhD successfully and move on to the next stage of their careers with a deeper understanding of their own career goals. It also aims to provide participants with the ability to clearly articulate their potential contribution to prospective employers.
When Jun 25, 2013
from 09:15 AM to 05:30 PM
Where Peterhouse - Upper Hall
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Target audience: Engineering PhD Students Yrs 2 & 3

Duration: One full day session


Number of sessions: 1

Tue 25 Jun 09:15 - 17:30 Peterhouse, Upper Hall Roger Sutherland , Dr Geraint Wyn Story , Dr Sue Jackson , Dr P.G. Harding , Liz Simmonds

Format: Presentations, demonstrations and practicals

Frequency: Termly

Prerequisites: You must be between 6-12 months (approx) from submission


  • Give a clear idea of the process of PhD submission
  • Enable you to have a clear plan for completion of your Thesis
  • Allow you to consider your aims for a future career
  • Appreciate effective leadership behaviour
  • Be able to talk fluently about the challenge of leadership and how you would be able to realise your potential in this area
  • Appreciate the balance of leadership actions required for success
  • Enable you to prepare for your Viva and be more confident about the process

Topics covered:

  • Preparing for submission
  • Preparing for the viva voce examination
  • Self awareness for future career
  • Career options
  • Networking and interview skills
  • Leadership

Theme: PhD/Researcher Progression

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