The aim of this book is to present student perspectives (via case studies) on doing a Ph. D. and thus give potential or current Ph. D. candidates an insight into 'real life'. Most of the literature in the area focuses on academic models of learning and gives clinical advice on how to achieve the 'content' of a Ph. D. However, a doctoral degree requires many additional skills. This is a light-hearted approach which looks at the everyday interpersonal, social and environmental issues associated with doing a PhD from application through to graduation.you apply for jobs in academia. ... Chris (graduate in mechanical engineering) If you feel that neither teaching nor research assistantships are exactly what you are looking for in terms of funding your doctorate (or maybe parts of it because youanbsp;...
|Title||:||How To Survive Your Doctorate|
|Author||:||Matthiesen, Jane, Binder, Mario|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Education (UK) - 2009-09-01|