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The PhD Experience

An Insider’s Guide

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 128
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Student to Student

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Paperback - 9781137383846

04 December 2014

$19.99

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Ebook - 9781137381224

16 September 2017

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Written by a PhD student with insights from fellow students, this clear and concise book covers every aspect of the realities of the PhD experience for prospective and current PhD students. It gives an honest inside view on...

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Written by a PhD student with insights from fellow students, this clear and concise book covers every aspect of the realities of the PhD experience for prospective and current PhD students. It gives an honest inside view on the day to day experience, whilst providing practical strategies, useful tips and solid advice to support and motivate fellow students. Covers topics from the initial decision to undertake a PhD, through the different stages and finally to the decisions about what comes next.

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Written by a current PhD student, who other students can relate to
Pragmatic approach based on a firsthand understanding of student experiences and challenges
Provides practical tips and strategies to support and motivate fellow students
Gives an honest insight into the realities of the experience, with contributions from a vast array of other PhD students

Acknowledgements
Introduction
1. Why do a PhD?
2. Decisions to be Made
3. When to do a PhD
4. Ways of doing a PhD
5. Stages of a PhD
6. Your Project and Supervisors
7. Sources of Support and Working Conditions
8. Additional Demands on Your Time
9. Life Outside of the PhD
Summary
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Evelyn Barron is a PhD student at Newcastle University, UK.

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Evelyn Barron is a PhD student at Newcastle University, UK.

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