You worked on it for years. It’s a great piece of original scholarship. So… don’t let your PhD sit on a shelf gathering dust. Turn Your PhD into a Book.
Whether you’re a postgrad or a new academic, you can’t succeed alone. Colleagues are going to help you on your way: the best will be mentors.
Thousands of academics have already migrated to the UK, Europe and other areas to develop their Global Academic Careers and experience rich academic and cultural offerings.
Interviews can be nerve-racking experiences. Academic job interviews, in particular, can be all-day events which usually involve a panel interview of three or more people and a lecture or presentation to future colleagues.
jobs.ac.uk organised a live video Q&A on the subject of ‘How to secure a job after your PhD’. Our panel of experts answered questions from our audience covering:
Have you got your first job as a researcher? Watch our short video to pick up some good habits to help you get started and become a successful researcher! Habit 1: Work like every contract could be your last, because if you don’t, it just might be. Gaining further contracts…>
To help you identify how you can use digital tools to enhance your research and career to give you a competitive advantage, jobs.ac.uk hosted a 60-minute live #jobsQ Google+ Hangout.
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…>
We hosted a live Google+ Hangout on Air with six inspirational panellists with one simple objective: to help you consider opportunities open to you and specifically options for pursuing PhD & Research Opportunities in Denmark.