Category: Postgraduate

Pathways: Career Decisions for PhDs & Research Staff – Friday 7th June

For one day each year, we run a major university-wide careers programme, open to all our doctoral researchers and post-doctoral research/teaching staff. The 13th annual Pathways event will take place on Friday 7th June ’19. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pathways-career-decisions-for-phds-and-research-staff-tickets-61868575575 The official event info is here. If you want more informal detail and background, read on: What…

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PhDs: paid teaching roles for new online “Understanding Mental Health” unit

The University of Manchester’s University College for Interdisciplinary Learning is looking for 8 Graduate Teaching Assistants to work on the UCIL interdisciplinary online unit “Understanding Mental Health”. The roles are open to PGR students in any discipline at the University of Manchester. You don’t need to be an expert in mental health – if you’re…

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8 Reasons to Consider Further Study That You Won’t Get Told at the Postgraduate Study Fair

Written by Anna Lomas, Employability Consultant at the Careers Service. I could take this opportunity to reel off the sensible reasons why postgraduate study is definitely something you should consider – because you’ll demonstrate that you’re tenacious, capable of self-managing and working independently or because you’ll develop your critical thinking, analytical and research skills –…

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