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British Library Open Days

The event is designed to explain the practicalities of using the Library and its services, plus help new PhD students to navigate our physical and online collections. As well as hearing from our expert and friendly staff, students will have the opportunity to meet fellow PhD researchers from across the UK (and often overseas) studying across a wide range of academic disciplines.

17th October 2018

Thesis Whisperer Guest Lecture - Beyond Plan B: Planning a Post-PhD Career in an Age of Uncertainty

Over 60% of research degree graduates exit academia on completion of their degree. The majority of the graduates who stay may face a future of insecure work and time-limited contracts. What can you do now to prepare yourself for your future career? What options are available to you and how should you go about the job search? More importantly, how are you going to make a living out of your research skills now and into the future, while facing a changing sector?

15th October 2018

CfP Re:locations

Re:locations: Journal of The Asia-Pacific World is inviting submissions for its second volume. Re:locations is seeking papers, reviews, poetry, translations, and visual artwork that examine the Asia-Pacific world from cultural, environmental, economic, political, and historical perspectives.

2nd October 2018

CfP The London Postgraduate Conference for the Ancient Near East

This is an opportunity for graduate students and early career researchers to showcase their research. The primary aim of this event is to create a forum of discussion for emerging scholars and to foster exchanges between the diverse disciplines working on the Ancient Near East, including Archaeology, Assyriology, Anthropology, Historiography, Conservation and Museum Studies.

17th August 2018

Funded Postgraduate Conference Places – Reimagining Records by the National Archives

Reimagining records is a two-day event that explores new interpretations of medieval crown, court and clergy records. The first day of this event brings together speakers from both UK and international universities for an academic conference. On the second day, postgraduate students and early career researchers are invited to attend a series of hands-on workshops on reconsidering the use of medieval records.

6th June 2018

Peacebuilding Conference at University of Antwerp

Call for papers for international workshop

On 5-7 December 2018 UCSIA organizes an international academic workshop on Peacebuilding at the University of Antwerp, Belgium
Deadline for submission: 3 June 2018

9th April 2018

The Brilliant Club

The Brilliant Club is an award-winning charity that recruits, trains and pays doctoral and post-doctoral researchers to deliver programmes of university-style teaching to small tutorial groups of high-performing pupils in schools that serve disadvantaged communities.

10th October 2016

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