This workshop is for doctoral students who have written most of their thesis.
This session will outline the ways in which you can get your thesis into the best possible shape before submitting. It will address how to check that the overall structure is coherent, how to ensure that your writing is of a high quality, and cover practical tasks to carry out in finalising your thesis. It will also consider what examiners look for in a thesis, and the submission process itself.
Don’t forget: if you would like extra support with your academic writing or can’t make a workshop, email email@example.com to request a doctoral appointment.
Facilitator: Learning and Information Services (LIS)
|Wednesday 13th December 2017||11-12:30pm||MD111b, 1st Floor, Harrison Learning Centre|
|Wednesday 18th April 2018||2-3:30pm||MD111b, 1st Floor, Harrison Learning Centre|
Knowledge and intellectual abilities (A)
This domain contains the knowledge and intellectual abilities needed to be able to carry out excellent research.
Personal effectiveness (B)
This domain contains the personal qualities, career and self-management skills required to take ownership for and control of professional development.
Engagement, influence and impact (D)
This domain contains the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to engage with, influence and impact on the academic, social, cultural and economic context.