In addition to skills development training offered by the Doctoral College there are seminar series, training and events offered by across the University.
The Research Student Almanac gathers together all talks, events, training sessions, workshops and social meetings, extends a very warm welcome to our postgraduates, staff and, in many cases, the wider public, and allows for advance planning in terms of those sessions that you wish to attend.
The Doctoral College Symposia provide a day of workshops and talks that help support your growing knowledge and skill development as a research.
Come and join us. The Doctoral College would like to extend an invitation to all the Doctoral Students at the University of Wolverhampton. Come along and join us and your fellow students for a quick bite to eat. It will be a chance to meet other students. We look forward to seeing you there.
The Open Forum is an opportunity to talk to the Doctoral College about your experience or your ideas about what you would like to see happening in research at the University. The panel will consist of Professor Silke Machold (Dean of Research), Dr Ben Halligan (Director of the Doctoral College), Dr Debra Cureton (Research Development Manager) and Phil Whittingham (Manager of the STaR Office). All PGR students from the University of Wolverhampton are welcome.
Visit wlv.ac.uk/lib/researchers to book a place on any of these workshops or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a group workshop at an alternative time.
The University holds a wide range of events and seminars designed to help businesses start, grow and learn new skills. Ranging from fully funded introductory new business start-up courses, comprehensive mentoring programmes, networking opportunities and specialised areas such as Building Information Modelling (BIM), we aim to support and help grow businesses of all sizes.
See further details here http://www.wlv.ac.uk/business-services/business-events-/
The maths support centre offers support and guidance to help you with any level of mathematics, statistics or numeracy to help you with your studies.
The maths support centre based in MD112 is a FREE service open to all students, from any school studying any subject in any year.