When you’re stuck in a rut and dreading each day of work, a change of career seems to be the answer. The grass looks greener and the sky bluer. But is it? These ten crucial questions, answered honestly, will help you to think it through, evaluate your position and view the prospect with a steady gaze.
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There are numerous routes to get into the field of academia. In the following article, I will share with you some invaluable insights into the traditional way of how to become a lecturer. Qualifications If you wanted to become a lecturer fifty years ago, a post-graduate qualification was not necessary. A…>
TEFL, CELTA, TESOL, DELTA… all of these acronyms relate to one thing: teaching English as a foreign language. The range of courses on offer can be confusing. Whether you are new to teaching or you have been in the teaching profession for decades, the following insights will help you to…>
Many of the articles on the jobs.ac.uk Career Advice site focus on tailoring your experience and describing the needs of employers. In this article, I will share with you five essential skills to develop if you would like to work as a Lecturer in Higher Education. If you are currently…>
What can I do after my PhD? It is a difficult decision for any PhD student on whether to pursue a career in academia or consider alternative careers. In our dedicated live Q&A, we asked a panel of experts who have moved outside of academia, to share their top tips…>