Date(s) - 27/01/2016
10:00 - 15:00
If you study part-time or as a distance learning student, or even if you have just been off campus doing fieldwork or placements for part of the year you may have been unable to attend much of the research training available in the faculty. Thesis Clinic is a concentrated selection of bite-size researcher development opportunities drawn from the core researcher development programme, held in a single day for PGRs who have been unable to attend our regular weekly workshops. This event has two streams running simultaneously throughout the day. Priority booking for part-time and distance learning PGRs.
Choose the one that you feel is the most appropriate for you at your current stage of your PhD. These workshops are offered throughout the year to on-site students but have been adapted to suit the timings of this event. In other words, part-time and distance PGRs will receive similar training workshops as their on-site colleagues. Lunch will also be provided.
Starters: Join this stream if you are within the first 36 months of your PhD. The workshops will focus on developing skills useful for progressing through the initial stages of your programme. Workshops will include: Making Good Progress with your PhD, Literature Review – Planning and Progression, and Developing Speed Reading Skills.
Finishers: Join this stream if you are within the final 36 months of your PhD. These workshops focus on enabling students to successfully finish their programme. Workshops will include: Planning your final year – writing up and submitting, Advanced Literature Review – coherence and editing, and Preparing for Your Viva.