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The Start of the Platform

Dear postgrads, A very warm welcome to everyone who joins us today! This is a new platform designed to provide a quick feedback and support to any student here in the University. Run by postgrads, we are keen to respond if you have a query on any matter concerning your postgraduate life. You can post your question publicly in the ‘Conversation’ section, or address a certain mentor individually. Kind regards, Vlad

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Last updated 28/09/2016 17:22 by Vladyslav Bieliavskyi


Sharpening academic skills: Useful workshops

Hi folks, Firstly, a very warm welcome to Warwick and our brand new platform! Hope that our new PG  students are enjoying the time at the campus!   I would like to share with you some workshops offered by the RSSP programme that will help you sharpening a number of academic skills that will consequently boost abilities and confidence. I would like to highlight those specially tailored for first-year postgrads: they cover different aspects of the  initial steps (that frankly are

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Last updated 28/09/2016 16:26 by Felipe Cicaroni Fernandes


How do I network properly?

Help! How do I netowkr properly and keep the conversation on topic? Also is there a right and wrong topic to discuss?

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Last updated 28/09/2016 16:23 by Anonymous


Welcome to Postgrad Mentoring site!

Dear postgraduates,   Welcome to our new peer-mentoring platform. This is a friendly community space where you can chat with other postgraduate students, share advice and experience of studying at Warwick. Our team of mentors will help you find all the relevant information, academic and pastoral support. You can post questions in the public "Conversation", answer these as well, or contact PG mentors directly. Ask away! :)Wishing you all a successful academic year, Ana

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Last updated 28/09/2016 15:44 by Ana Kedveš


Top tips for new PGs :)

Mentors,If you could give one piece of advice to our new PGs, what would it be?  Mine is - try at least one new activity when you get here; sports, creative hobbies, volunteering... There's so much more to campus than just studying and attending classes. :)

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Last updated 28/09/2016 14:20 by Ana Kedveš


Best study spaces for PGs on campus?

Hi, i'm new to campus this week and i'd like to ask about the different types of study spaces available for postgrad students?  

4 answers | 3 votes

Last updated 26/09/2016 10:32 by Robert Talbot


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