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Researcher Development Programme - Effective Researcher (Engineering)

When Apr 22, 2013
from 09:15 AM to 05:00 PM
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This interactive and intensive one-day course, based on the programme developed by Vitae, is intended for PhD students in their first year. You will look at practical ways to increase your effectiveness and meet the challenges of your PhD. The programme covers:

  • Looking at your PhD as a project
  • Working with other people
  • Managing your relationship with your supervisor

Target audience: Engineering PhD Students Yr 1, (3-12 months into their PhD)

Duration: One full day session


Number of sessions: 1

Mon 22 Apr 09:15 - 17:00 Department of Engineering, Lecture Room 4 Dr Sue Jackson , Dr Andrew Bottomley , Dr S. Tomaskovic

Format: Presentations, demonstrations and practicals

To provide an introduction to:

  • PhD project planning
  • Effective working practices
  • Managing your supervisor
  • Negotiating and getting feedback
  • Making the most of your PhD – planning for the future

Further information: Lunch will be provided on the day. Please note we may not be able to cater for paticipants who make a late booking on this course.

Theme: PhD/Researcher Progression

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