This a full 2 day course and is held in conjunction with UK Grad, Cardiff University and UWIC - and is designed for first and second year PhD students. The course will cover PhD project planning, effective working practices, research enviornment, managing your supervisor, negotiating, getting feedback, making the most of your PhD and planning for the future. The course is FREE to research students and will be of great benefit to your research experience and give you the opportunity to network with other researchers as well as people from academia, industry and other sectors who will be there on the day. Only 12 places are available, so please book your place by Friday 7 March to avoid disappointment and we will send you further details. email@example.com
To be eligible to apply for the award, students must be currently a self funding overseas student paying the oveseas tuition fee rate at the University of Glamorgan. Closing date for application is Friday 7 March 2008. The award is offered on a competitive basis to a student of outstanding merit and be able to demonstrate excellent research potential. The award will cover the difference between the tuition fee for UK/EU full time students and the fee for Overseas students, so the successful student will be charged at the UK/EU rate. The award will commence at the beginning of academic session 2008/09 and will continue; whilst studying on a full time basis and will be subject to satisfactory academic progress - for a maximum period of 3 years or until the research is completed. Further information on the award and the application form can be found on the handbooks and forms section of the research pages or alternatively contact the Research Office. email: firstname.lastname@example.org. closing date is Friday 7 March 2008.
The aim of the seminar is to keep staff up to date with the QAA code of practice relating to PGR degree programmes and how we are complying with them. It is a great opportunity to meet, share and talk about issues that you may have or want resolved. The seminar will also outline the responsibilities of both supervisor and student, give advice on how to deal with complaints, appeals, procedures and any concerns supervisors may have with supervisory or examination issues etc. The seminar will be of relevance to experienced supervisors, relatively new supervisors and those who wish to supervise in the future, as it is now compulsory to attend training before embarking on supervision. Previous training will also be taken into account at Research Application Panels, when allocating students to supervisors. The seminar will be led by Professor Mike Wilson (Chair of RPSG) in the GBC between 12pm-2pm with lunch provided. If you would like to reserve a place please email email@example.com