Monthly Archives: November 2012

What next after your PhD?

I can remember (vaguely!) the years spent doing my PhD.  I was totally absorbed in the research, worked hard, but had great fun with other students and staff in my research institute.  It didn’t really occur to me to think … Continue reading

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More jobs for PhD graduates

This is the latest in my update on jobs we are advertising on SAGE, the Careers Service vacancy database, which are targeted at PhD graduates.  This weeks batch all seem to be looking for a PhD (or a degree but … Continue reading

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Biosciences writing course

This is just a quick update on my post of a few weeks ago on using your writing skills.  If you are a student in the biosciences then you may be interested in exploring medical writing as a career.  There … Continue reading

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Thought you may want to hear about the experiences of one of our PhD graduates, now working in another role at the university.

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Social science impact event

The Impact of Social Science project team based at LSE is running a free event on 4th December on The Future of Academic Impact.  With sessions on the economic impact of academic research, writing impact case studies for the REF … Continue reading

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Using your writing skills

A colleague and I ran a workshop this morning with a group of research students.  The focus was on different aspects of career planning and as part of this the group came up with a long list of skills they have developed through … Continue reading

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Interesting opportunities?

I’m intending to give you a regular update on some of the jobs I see advertised on the Careers Service vacancy database (SAGE) which may be of particular interest to PhD students and graduates.  This week I’ve spotted: National Centre … Continue reading

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