Graduate School induction event

If you're a researcher working from home, there's still lots you can to advance your development

  • 29 March 2020
  • 4 min read
The Graduate School provides a wide range of online resources to support you whilst you are away from the University. Our online resources and learning opportunities have been designed to allow you to continue your development, wherever you are.
 
In the last two weeks, over 70 PGRs have made use of our online modules, videos and resources, and we have had around 60 views per day on our Graduate School Moodle Hub site, where you can find the latest information for PGRs and Supervisors.
 
Our online learning modules cover the doctoral process and skills for researchers, and are self-paced to allow you to complete them in your own time. Completion of the modules also contribute towards the 10 days a year of research development activities required for postgraduate research students (five days for part-time students). 
 
The latest modules to be developed are now available, and cover the external funding opportunities that can support doctoral and post-doctoral research in "How to Search for Research Funding" and strategies for writing successful funding applications in "Writing a Funding Application". 
 
All online learning modules and resources can be found on the Graduate School Moodle page, along with details of the other resources that are available to you as a research degree student.

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