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.
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.
Conferences and travelling: the glamorous and not so glamorous truth In her 2nd Vlog, Abbie talks about the amazing opportunities that international conferences can offer, but also discusses the downside of jetlag, time away from research and the impact overall of long haul travel. “It’s all about the balance,” she…>
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.
Immigration adviser Jo Holliday explores the options for PhD students from outside the European Union who want to stay in the UK to look for work, start work or set up in business. These include some of the better known routes under the UK Points Based System (PBS) as well…>
If you are enjoying doing independent research during your undergraduate career, you might consider staying on at university to do a master’s and then a PhD.
There are probably more funding opportunities for your PhD than you think. It is worth making sure you have investigated them all. Funding bodies support PhD students in different ways. Some pay course fees only, some include a stipend (maintenance costs) or travel expenses, and others offer a one-off award…>
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.