Having a PhD can open up many different career options if you know where to look and how to sell the skills that you have gained through your PhD. It is important to really think about the next step as it can sometimes be hard to see beyond the obvious routes such as an academic career.
Are you a PhD or early career researcher thinking ahead to a career move outside of academia? Are you about to start a PhD and want to know the types of job opportunities open to researchers? The good news is that for a variety of job roles and career routes…>
Your PhD does not only make you an expert in your field, but also provides you with crucial skills that make you an attractive employee for a wide range of positions
Reflect on the pandemic, give yourself the opportunity to learn from the experience, and move your research forward.
There is no doubt that studying for a PhD develops a range and depth of skills with the potential to make you a highly marketable employee. This post highlights a range of resources and support for career planning that will enable you to make the most of your skills and experiences when applying for job roles.
Seven tips for staying motivated when working from home on your PhD During COVID-19 we all pivoted to working from home, almost overnight. As we are nearing the 1,5-year mark of this global pandemic, we know that the nature of work has changed. Many companies will adopt a hybrid model,…>
This article breaks down the steps you can go through to prepare yourself for a successful viva on Zoom!
One of the last steps a Ph.D. candidate goes through before becoming a Doctor is the PhD viva, short for viva voce.
Which jobs can you apply for post-PhD? We learn how COVID-19 changed the mechanics and tools in this process, but not your employability and impact.
Writing scientific papers for publication in academic journals is something you’re going to have to do during an academic career. Being faced with a lab book full of results and a blank screen is challenging and for many researchers, this can be compounded by English not being their first language….>
Hello! I am Abbie, I am 33-year-old, and I am just starting my 3rd year of my PhD at the University of Bath, UK. As PhD programmes vary worldwide