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How to Manage your Postgraduate Course

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Publisher:

Red Globe Press

Pages: 200
Series:

Macmillan Study Skills

AVAILABLE FORMATS

Paperback - 9781403916563

11 June 2004

$40.99

Ebook - 9780230801929

14 March 2017

Ebook - 9781137192691

11 June 2004

Ebook - 9780230802940

25 June 2004

$29.99

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This book is designed to help readers to make the transition from a first degree or from the workplace to a postgraduate course. It focuses on the management of the processes involved in gaining a postgraduate qualification,...

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This book is designed to help readers to make the transition from a first degree or from the workplace to a postgraduate course. It focuses on the management of the processes involved in gaining a postgraduate qualification, rather than just outlining the mechanics of the studying and research. International in its approach, the book encourages readers to assess, in a systematic way, the transferable skills that they can develop as part of their course, an area of personal development that is of increasing importance.

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  • Encourages readers to assess, in a systematic way, the transferable skills that they can develop as part of their course
  • Provides guidance on the non-academic aspects of university life, including advice on how to break into a career

Introduction
Choosing and Beginning Your Postgraduate Course
Studying Opportunities
Your Skills Base
Working with Your Supervisor
Managing Your Course
What if Things Go Wrong?
Teamwork and Networking
Presenting Your Ideas
Writing up Your Research
Moving on From Your Postgraduate Course
Recommended Reading
Index.

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Lucinda Becker is Professor of Pedagogy in English Literature at the University of Reading, UK. She is also a professional trainer, developing and delivering courses in communication, presentation, management techniques and job-searching skills. She is the author of The Mature Student's Handbook, 14 Days to Exam Success and co-author of Writing for Engineers and Presentation Skills for Students (with Joan van Emden).

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Lucinda Becker is Professor of Pedagogy in English Literature at the University of Reading, UK. She is also a professional trainer, developing and delivering courses in communication, presentation, management techniques and job-searching skills. She is the author of The Mature Student's Handbook, 14 Days to Exam Success and co-author of Writing for Engineers and Presentation Skills for Students (with Joan van Emden).

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