Here's one for you all...I live far off-campus, so don't travel into university very often. I'm hoping to build my visits around any workshops offered by the library or wider university, to make the most of my time. I've no general requirements for these; just wanting to see what is on offer.So, to returning PGRS: which workshops have you found most useful? What would you recommend? And to new researchers: what are you looking forward to, or hoping to find, in upcoming sessions?Cheers!Ian
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Last updated 09/10/2018 11:18
I am writing to share with you a joint workshop on enhancing employability and networking. The workshop taking place at Warwick will be an international video link up and is designed for PhD students from both University of Warwick and University of Monash who would like to improve their employability and networking skills in order to succeed in finding PhD level job. It is organized to provide maximum hands-on practice for participants. The workshop will have three sessions, with
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Last updated 18/10/2017 22:15
Hi all, can anybody recommend an efficient one-day-workshop about time or project managment? I just started my second year of EngD and struggle a bit with submission deadlines and the general progress. Many thanks!
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Last updated 08/11/2016 10:24
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
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