Are you just starting your MA? Just getting use to Leicester? Worried about the APG upgrade at the end of your first year as a PhD student? How do you actually write 100,000 words so it is coherent and readable? What will I do after my PhD?
If you answered yes to any of the above then our first session 'HELP: I Need Somebody' is for you. They have either recently been there and done it or are still actively working on it.
Tessa Holubowicz tells you how to survive your MA.
Robby Van Eetvelde from Loughborough University provides an international perspective as well as the expertise of another British University to complement our own department.
Alun Wyburn-Powell gives professional tips on how to complete your research, writing the dissertation and the dreaded VIVA and on his experience on getting into the acedemic game as he teaches undergraduates at the University of Leicester and De Montfort University.
Emma Kimberley gives us her tips on finishing a PhD and then successfully moving into the world of work and starting a career.
They are here to tell you about their experiences, good and bad, and are happy to answer your questions. This is a great opportunity to get at successful students who are genuinely happy to help.
Tea and Cake is served from 4.30
The History begins at 5.00
Pub at 6.
See you all at 1 Salisbury Road on Friday.