Views:12501|Rating:4.88|View Time:5:51Minutes|Likes:371|Dislikes:9 Dr. Jayachandra Naidu Sakamuri, founder of Guidance for Graduates, is a PhD in wind energy engineering from Department of Wind Energy, Technical University of Denmark (DTU). He was awarded the “Excellent Young Wind Doctor” Award for his significant research by European Academy of Wind Energy at Cranfield University,U.K. He was awarded scholarship by European Union Marie Curie Fellowship for his PhD at DTU, Denmark. He has pursued masters from IIT Kanpur and did masters internship as an exchange student at TU Berlin, Germany with DAAD Scholarship. He has more than 10 years of research experience and worked at different universities and industries in Europe. In 2016, he initiated “Guidance for Graduates”, an online platform to help students pursue education/research at foreign Universities. The primary objective of “Guidance for Graduates” is to provide guidance and support to students about University admission requirements, application procedure, scholarships, and other guidelines for Bachelor, Master, and PhD programs around the world.For the consultancy on the application process and feedback on your application documents, to get relevant answers to your queries, contact us
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Welcome to Guidance for Graduates. In this video, I will explain the different sources to search for funded PhD positions in Europe.
Slide-2 PhD in Europe. Why ?
In Europe, the Ph.D. students are paid with a decent salary. The salary is more than enough for a family to lead the decent life in Europe comfortably.
Moreover, in Scandinavia, Ph.D. students are considered as employees. The salary is around 2000 to 3000 after tax.
The duration of Ph.D. study period is around 3 to 4 years and this duration is counted to get permanent residence and also citizenship. Therefore, Ph.D. is always exciting and less stressful in Europe.
Many students are contacting Guidance for Graduates enquiring where they can find a funded Ph.D. position. In this video, I will give the different sources to find funded Ph.D. position in Europe.
Slide-3: Where can I find a Ph.D. or Researcher open positions?
In general, the open positions can be found at the respective University website. However, to search at each University is a tiresome and not easy job. Therefore, we attempted to provide the important sources of PhD or other job open positions across Europe,
These are some of the common sources.
1. University Positions
At the universitypositions.eu, the country-wise list of job openings across Europe can be found. Along with Ph.D., other academic open positions, and other jobs can also be found here.
2. Academic Positions
The other important source is academic positions. The list of the opening are categorized as country wise, and also research filed-wise, and even they are classified by institute wise.
3. EURAXESS job vacancies
The other source is Euraxess. Euraaxess is a unique pan-European initiative delivering information and support services to professional researchers. It is backed by the European Union and its Member States,
Slide-4: Where can I find Ph.D. positions in Denmark?
Denmark: Study in Denmark.dk website is an excellent source to find open Ph.D. positions in Denmark.
The following web link has the links to the vacant positions at different universities in Denmark. I have given this link under the video description.
Slide-5: Where can I find Ph.D. positions in Norway and Sweden?
The following websites provides most of the information on Ph.D. open positions in Norway and Sweden.
Slide-6: How to search for a Ph.D. position in Finland?
Applicants can search for Ph.D. open positions by using two methods.
1. application page search function
2., or by visiting the universities’ websites.
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hello students welcome to guidance for graduates in this video I will explain the different sources to search for a 100 PhD positions in Europe as you know in Europe the PhD students are paid with a decent salary normally the salaries around are more than enough for a family to lead a decent life in Europe moreover in Scandinavia the PhD students are considered as employees their salary is around 2000 euros to 3000 euros after the tax even in other European countries also they vary from 1500 to 3000 euros in general the normal duration of a PhD period is around 3 to 4 years and to get a perm and also this duration is countered to get a permanent residence and also citizenship in Europe that is the beauty here there for PhD is always exciting and less stressful in Europe compared to Western like us or compared to us particularly so therefore many students are contacting guidance for graduates and they're inquiring where they can find a funded PhD position therefore in this video I will give the different sources to find funded PhD positions particularly in Europe coming to next slide how to search this further to HD versions in general the open questions can be found at the respective university websites however to search search each University is a tiresome process and that it's not an easy job therefore we attempted to provide the important sources for PhD or other job job open positions in Europe there are mainly the following three common sources are very popular the first sources in Austria positions at the university positions that EU the country wise list of openings across Europe can be found along with this PhD the other academic positions and job openings can also be found there the second source is economic positions this means the karmic position Starcom website the list of the openings are in this website the list of openings are categories as per country wise and also research field wise that makes that makes this academic position is very useful source for to find a PhD question easily the third important website is your axis job vacancies website euro axis is a unique pan-european initiative delivering the information and support services to the professional researchers it is backed by the European Union and also its member states so at your access websites you can find the list of PhD open positions and also researcher postdoc open positions and professional positions all these things now coming to the country wise coming to Denmark where can I find PhD position in Denmark so normally in Denmark study in Denmark that DK is that a website is an excellent source to find open positions in Denmark I have given the link here and if all to find the study in Denmark dot decal link where you can find the open positions normally I have also given this link under this video description you can find all these links of this presentation in the video description now coming to p3 open positions in Norway and Sweden so in narbonne Sweden most of the PhD positions can be found in the in the respect to universities or university positions study you website or academic positions that dot-com our data no website your axis website the same same as before so and coming to Finland so in Finland it is a little bit different along with the Euro axis website and the academic position website you can also find open positions at study info dot fi webpage that is the first reference of course you can also visit the University websites to find the relevant open positions now let's go to the Germany Germany along with the previous websites like academic position our university positions re-rack sects in Germany da-ad website that is a German academic exchange service website is a popular source of source to find PhD opportu open positions in all the fields and also all over the Germany so this is a very good website so I have given the PhD Germany EAD database as well the link for the database so you can click this link and then you can enter the keywords to find the relevant PhD positions as I mentioned all these links are given in the description of this video I thank you very much for the for watching this video hope you find these videos are helpful if you think so please subscribe to our Channel and promote in your education institutions in this way you can help us in reaching many students and also for our long-term sustainability guidance for graduate has a webpage YouTube channel and Facebook page like share and subscribe thanks once again and all the best for your future
Views:6037|Rating:5.00|View Time:13:9Minutes|Likes:232|Dislikes:0 This video is about thesis writing, how to write a PhD thesis fast, How to write a doctoral thesis fast? Tips for thesis writing
ciao guys and welcome to lamp is as you can say today I'm not in my kitchen because I would like to talk about something completely different from cooking the Thai job for this video is how to write a PhD thesis fast as a PhD student you know how difficult and how long it take to contact those experiments and then at the end of the day you have to compile those thick documents that you have to submit for marking it's just so stressful so turning my thesis writing I've come up with a method that helped me write faster better make the writing process easier and I'm going to share those tips with you today the first section is organizing and planning do not skip this step because is really important before you start writing it's important that you think about how many chapters you are going to write in your thesis and they're pointed in each chapter it's also important that you already start selecting the writing tools the citation tools as well as the statistical tools that you are going to use when you are writing your thesis another important theme which is the thesis writing is different from what you have time before suggests masterpieces and pasta theses because especially at the University of studying they are not due dates so it is important that you set those due dates for your soul nobody's going to give you those days not even your supervisor for instance set up a due date when you want to finish with chapter one once you want to finish with chapter two when you want to submit your pieces so when February or when that time comes you know if you are ahead or behind your schedule so you can start working hard and put in more time another important tip that people use to pretend to forget is before you start writing check if you have met all the university administration requirements that I need it for the pieces to be submitted imagine if you have completed all the writing then just before you submit you discover that oh you have missed a course and that course is gonna take you six months to complete before you submit is going to set you back six months just think about that and make sure that you compile those or your soil those things out before you start writing what I did in my thesis I had a separate word file where I have outlined or where help dealt with organizing and planning and I outlined my thesis structure in a different file and I have done that before I start writing so that one it is time to write I have a clear mind on what and how I'm going to do the writing the next step is quantifying have a method to quantify or to measure your performance when you don't have a method like that you are not sure if you have contributed how much you've contributed or if you have not contributed anything every day my objective was to contribute 500 words every day and what I did is that I had I had an excel file with the two color codes and also with different columns where I have recorded certain information and one of those was the dates and the part of the thesis where I have written or we have wet on that day how many ways have I written in a day and where to continue the next day and then the color codes were like my favorite color and my least favorite color the favorite color I highlighted all the lines or all the days where contributed something always make my objective which is 500 words per day and then the least favorite color was for the days where I have not made my objective maybe I did not write anything or I've written fewer words than what are suppose to you can also make it fun for example are some rewards and Punishment think about it say ok if I finish my if I finish writing chapter 1 by the end of January if I have Flint I'm going to add myself and by myself my favorite book or go to the club with my friends without feeling any Quixote like ok I haven't written my things I haven't finished just have that method it is important that you know you're quantifying and you know how much you're contributing and you can pace at which you are compiling this document I invite you to check the link in the description below there you can download my thesis writing tracking templates for free the next step is actual writing it is important that you separate writing from editing writing is actually when you are composing your text and editing is when you are correcting and modifying your text if you don't separate the two it will be very discouraging when you write a whole page in one day and in the end you TD like 50 to 90% of that because you editing the same day and you feel really frustrated and discouraged so set some days where you are just writing and then after we have done or you have completed writing the chapter 7 chapter move on and say someplace for editing only the thing about writing is also fine and appropriate time that works for you for me it was always I write in the morning because that's when I'm most active so I had thesis writing was the most difficult task during that time I was doing this and I try to make sure that I tackle it in the Pony before I start any other task so that I'm John and I can continue in the day and do other table just without feeling any guilt also have a retry that where for you or that much villager that put you in that action mode start writing some people start adding with the cup of tea a cup of coffee for me is always a cup of tea and some motivational code I had this up my phone that I read every morning it takes about 20 minutes I'm done with that and I can get into my writing writing for me was always every day about two to three hours and that was very appreciated because in the day SS PhD student you still have other daily tasks our to continue that a hackney they do other tasks that I have to contribute to my departments like a scientific seminar other experiments meetings and research proposal writing at the end of every writing day it is important that you indicate where you are going to or what you are going to write next or at which content or at which page you are going to continue writing the next day the next step is keeping the momentum once you have started writing you want to continue until you finish because if you take a long break during your writing this session or during your writing time then you send to you sometimes back again imagine you take a vacation for a month in that one month you didn't do anything about this is writing when you come back you need some time to refresh your mind about the traffic and everything you are writing on the property means that will be just time wasted I had three ways that kept me going that was every single day I made a schedule of way to continue the following day that is really important imagine for instance the next day you want to write about introduction to chapter one what I would do is the day before is think about what do I want to introduce in Chapter one and how many program – I want that chapter to contain and what information I want to provide or what information I would like to provide to my old is in each program that is important because the next day when you start writing your mind is clear and has a straight direction what kind of literature to look for because you are sure of what you want to say to your audience you your writing will be easier and will be way faster another thing that kept me going in my case was I wrote every single day I also wrote during the weekends on Saturdays and Sundays but this worked for me very well because I was working in the morning every day I woke up at 5 or 6 a.m. and I wrote not longer than two hours or not longer than three hours so two to three hours if I woke up at 5:00 in the morning I would wake on till 8:00 and by 8:00 when my family member wake up I've already done with my writing we can continue the day as usual have breakfast together and still enjoy the weekend I didn't miss out on anything and I also wrote when I was on vacation because I had still I would just wake up in the morning and I had already selected tools that did not make me which is that I had also selected two that were flexible that I would have I had them on my personal computer and I used those everywhere I was I wrote when I was on the train who knows on the bus when I was on vacation it was possible another thing that kept me going then I had to make waking up early every day you have it once you get into that then you keep the momentum every single day you add 500 wet it's going to be faster before you know it you'll be done with a thesis writing and get it out of way the last step here is reviewing once you've completed everything you have the phone document from chapter one to the last chapter send it to a reviewer as soon as possible and the Muslim probably the best person to send it to then be your supervisor in that case the person will give you the second opinion as soon as possible so if you need to to major changes you can do them as soon as you can if you you can go ahead and review your document as many times as you want but you have to understand that that is all your opinion do not waste time doing that first CQ supervisors opinion and then he or she is going to tell you if you are in the right direction before you waste a lot of time just deleting and adding things when you're not sure what to ready to and if you need a professional if you're like for English or anything whatever language you're you're writing in this will be also the best time to look for a reviewer so that you can already booked an appointment for sometimes in I Prince put that person to reserve time to work on your document because reviewing a speaking from a personality exam plan it means this document is actually a very large document with about 150 to 200 pages so you need to book for reviewing in advance in summary to make your thesis writing easier and faster organize the thesis outline and have a time plan before you start writing do not skip this step it sound ridiculous that you just want to jump in and start writing but if you're not sure about what you're going to write then take you a whole lot of time and slow down your writing process and bring a lot of and frustration during this process second thing is split your writing into smaller section that are manageable you can just say I want to write and you don't even have an outline you don't set out the chapters you can't digest that much weight you have to speed it down into sections that are manageable and the last step is or the last point is have a clear mind about what you want to communicate to your audience when you have a clear mind about what you want to communicate you also have a clear direction about what kind of literature research article you want to look for and you want to read an ask to your document and that guys will help you write faster and easier and get your PhD as fast as possible tip the given time so guys that was it for today thank you so much for watching I hope you find these tips useful during your thesis writing if you have also some extra tips that I haven't spoken about please leave them in the comment section if you enjoy watching this video please give us a like and subscribe to our channel for more and I wish you all the best with your thesis writing
Views:12762|Rating:4.78|View Time:7:2Minutes|Likes:235|Dislikes:11 Shawnee is a PhD student in Ethnography at the University of Southampton in England. Crimson is the world leader in global admissions consulting. Find out more, and apply for a free education assessment here:
The University of Southampton is consistently ranked one of the 100 best universities in the world. Shawnee pursued her Masters and PhD studies at Southampton because she was drawn to the three-year structure of their program and the one year of anthropological field work that the program required and facilitated. She has recently published her first work, and hopes to become a Professor in Social Anthropology. Follow a day in Shawnee’s life and learn all about student life at Southampton and their world-renowned academic programs!
(calm piano music) – Hi my name is Shawnee, I'm a third year PhD student in ethnography, I'm originally from Wisconsin, and I came to University of Southampton to ultimately become a professor in social anthropology. (upbeat music) – So right now, we're on Highfield Campus, it's one of two campuses in the University of Southampton, we just came from The Bridge, that's one of the many campus cafeterias, restaurants, there's bars right behind you, there's bars all the way around, and I typically like to come here to do most of my work, I'm quite a social creature so I like that white noise of people having fun and talking while I work, and focus on reading and writing. (upbeat music) – So, I came to the University of Southampton because it's maximum three year study, and essentially my research is a continuation of my Master's Degree, so going into the field, or this field in particular, I knew I could finish in about three years, and the University of Southampton is completely structured around completing your thesis. What I did is I did all of those courses within the first year, I did that because I am a social anthropologist, so I study culture and people, and that required me to go on at least one year's worth of fieldwork, so that's what I did the first year on the University of Southampton campuses, and then once that was done, I did six months in Lille, France, hanging out with French internationals, as well as people from Brazil and Germany, and just generally a young adult friend group. And from there, I did another six months in Edinburgh, doing about the same thing. So it was very nice that I got all of the credits out of the way the first year. I've published recently, my first article in the GradNet program at the University of Southampton, which is a cohorts of all the PGR students, and they put on a conference, and then they have a journal, and it's called the Emergence Journal, and so it's basically geared into making you a better researcher, and overall a better academic writer. (upbeat music) – My favorite thing about the university is just how diverse it is, I mean most universities nowadays are quite diverse; Southampton has more than 135 countries represented here. It's very easy to get involved in cultural activities, from your own cultures and from your own ethnic backgrounds as well as participating in other peoples'; there's the Brazil Society, and they host a fiesta every year, and it's a really big party, everyone gets involved, there's all kinds of clubs and sports, and pretty much any genre you want to participate in, you can, and another good thing about the University, it's very student-run as well, so the Southampton Student Union, or the SUSU, if you have an idea for a society or a club, and you want to start one, well it's actually quite easy to do that and get faculty support and administration support. And it's probably the biggest reason for me coming here, is how supportive they are, and primarily my supervisors have been amazing, and if I have any suggestion for people who are looking to do a post-grad degree, like a master's or a PhD like me, it is don't make the university location your primary goal, I chose Southampton first because of my supervisor and then because of location. It's an hour away from London, we have an international airport here as well, so it's easy to get to Scotland or Ireland or anywhere in Europe. I'm really glad that I came here. I was part of the GradNet conference, and for this the theme was innovation versus tradition. And so, because my research deals with youth culture and recreational drugs, which includes alcohol, I decided to present on craft beer and how popular it is and how global it is for being such a local, authentic product. Using the term 'millenial', that's what we are, ages between early 20's and mid-35, we are the generational cohort that's pretty much responsible for the reasons you're seeing craft beer popping up all over the world, so even though it was Generation X that started craft brewing, within a US context, because it was so new in flavor, and bold in flavor, with roots in locality and regional authenticity, and essentially community support, I'm a big defender and a big believer that today's youth culture is the reason why there's craft beer in Mexico, there's craft beer in the UK, which already had a very strong beer tradition, but now we're seeing more colorful labels, and more exciting flavors. So, that's what I do. (upbeat music) – If you liked the video, and you wanna learn more about top universities, please click that link right there. (rock music)
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Views:25024|Rating:4.92|View Time:9:59Minutes|Likes:539|Dislikes:9 it’s almost been a year since I was making applications to postgraduate courses, and since it’s that time when students are starting to apply for master’s, PhD’s and other post graduate courses, I thought it would be a good idea to make a video talking about my tips on how to choose and how to apply for master’s courses. Currently I am studying my master’s at King’s College London in Translational Cancer Medicine. This master’s course is an MRes (which is master of research) and I absolutely love. I know the application process can be daunting, will all of the researching into courses and writing a personal statement, but I hope that the tips that I share with you in this video can help you with making the choice of whether you should study a postgraduate course, and which universities to apply for!
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hey everyone how's it going so it's not wonderful time of year again where students are making applications to postgraduate study now I know this because while I was walking away on my laptop I could hear one of the project supervisors who stood opposite me in the office having a skype interview with a master student for next gen in case any of you guys are curious and currently studying my Master's at King's College London and it is a course in translational cancer medicine so it was really weird for me to listen to the C spies that have this Skype talk because I would suspect oh my god like 12 months ago or maybe a little longer than that was just said that was me that was that was me having that conversation with my current supervisors and it kind of got me thinking that when I was making applications it would have been really useful to have and kind of you know video talking about how to apply and some of the best content of the four applying and you know all of that kind of stuff so I guess fast forward to today I thought I would make the video for you guys in case any of you are going through the same process so I guess without further ado let's just get into the video and I really hope some of these tips help you out so number one and this is a really important thing to consider is try think really hard about why you're doing a master's I think it's really important you have a good reason for pursuing postgraduate study because it is a lot of commitments it can cost a lot it's all four peaks of your time so try it avoid the attitude of I don't know what else to do so I'll just apply for a masters that have to choose can definitely come back and bite you in the butt if you halfway through decide that you really hate your courses but all I only enter the pyramid to know what to do and you know it's best to try and avoid that kind of situation right at the start for me personally I took a year off after my undergraduate just to kind of people not have to think about and course budget study and anything like that and give myself some mental space to try and decide what I want to do and I'm not saying that you necessarily have to take care of after undergraduate study but maybe just something to consider tip number two is to consider three really important before making any kind of application so if you're already starting to think about postgraduate study and maybe you're going on different websites and looking at different courses the three most important things to think about obviously do you meet the requirements and then you have the correct degree or the correct grade and you aware of what the fees are are you able to self-funded or find alternative ways of trying to get scholarship or getting the close funded and certainly have you thought well and hard about the location this is especially important if you are an international student you kind of have to think do I really want to move to a different country or even if you are insane country do I really want to move to a different city or a particular City I know these three things kind of seem a little bit obvious but I just think I should let you guys know because they are very important things that you should think about okay so assuming you've gone through the first two tips and you're already ready and eager to go tip number three is look at the course structure now when it comes to postgraduate courses masters specifically there are a whole range of different structures of the course can consist of and I'm going to share with you the science e1 because I guess that's the area high and more knowledgeable in well I think it's the same with other subjects as well so for example in science there are three different types that you can do the first is an M cell and this is usually the first year of a PhD but there are universities that do offer one year and so courses the second is an emirate which is what I'm currently doing and that is a master of research and certainly in psy and that is Master of Science now all of these things do differ slightly and the general trend is that si tends to be more taut and lecture based whereas MRIs and MPhil tend to be a lot more practical so in my case for example my course is 12 months of solid lab work working on two different projects rotation and I pick the Nemours very specifically because there were other my courses that did six months of lectures and exams and then the other six months but because I specifically was looking for lots and lots of practical hands-on work I decided to go for the camera now before is as well as researching the course make sure you research the department so for example I think this is really important because if you research the department then you'll get the best view of the overview of what your course is going to be like I think this is specially important in science because you can apply to you a project but the project title can often change because our research goals different titles and different projects will always come and go so for example if you apply to a specific project that project might change but as long as you know what that department works on or research is on then you have a better idea of what kind of stuff you'll end up doing and I think this is also important for doing kind of postgraduate studies that give you an option to do to choose modules later on so for example if you did a master's in biomedical sciences later on you will have the opportunity to specialize so maybe in cancer or neuroscience or respiratory systems or something of the sort so it's good to get an understanding of the department because safety dudas biomedical arrest and you want to do like renal diseases and their department don't offer anything to do with renal diseases then that's something that you don't want to find out later on after you've already got in number five and I think this is so important and it is to make contacts as early as you can so as I was making contact with the admissions team and I'm scaring questions about the application process something that I personally think is quite important to do is to try and get in touch with the project supervisors directly not only is this a really good way for you to build a relationship with them early on and sometimes they will even remember you so when you actually do come to replies with it oh yeah I remember receiving an an email from this person showing interest so not only is that a benefit because it shows that you're passionate and eager about wanting to study this course but it's also a really good way to get very specific hands on information right a new good opportunity for you guys to ask about that specific field or the research and traps or even very specific questions about the department's and you know all of that kind of stuff a little word of warning though don't be put off if you do not get a reply I know personally when I was looking into courses I sent out around maybe 15 to 16 emails and I only got replies from maybe a third of the people it's nothing personal being in a masters now and working with all of these academics you see just how crazy and hectic their license so if you don't get to reply don't take it personally but I would recommend is whenever you email or make contact with any of these individuals always include something in your email like understand that you're busy or understand that you have a busy schedule but I would be very grateful to hear back from you and I think that's always a nice thing to do because it lets them see that you understand that they are very busy people and the states that they do have a lot going on number six is trust your intuition or your gut feeling I think it's very important to do as much research as you can and not just a call for other things for example research city research the Society's research all of these extracurricular things that could be involved in your chosen Institute's but at the end of all of that I think it's important to really listen to your intuition and think what you think is best for you number seven and this is kind of following on from the last point is try not to get too many people's advice on where you should go this is because I know that all of your friends and although your family or the people you are they will all have their own preferences so if you ask too many people for advice then sometimes it can hinder you more than it can help you because it will just confuse you more than anything so again point six and seven are kind of like together but listen to your gut feeling number eight is once you have decided on a handful of universities that you want to apply for sit and write a killer personal statement now I do plan to make an individual video all about how to write a personal statement this is going to sound weird completely many enjoyed writing mine but in the meantime try to see your research Google is an amazing resource so just have a look on that look at example or schedule it's personal statements and look at how you should structure it and the kind of things to include and this kind of things not to include as well so yeah I think this is really important because what you want at the end of the day when it comes to your personal statement is something that's professional informative but also authentic to you and after all of that you are ready to make your application so if you enjoyed this video guys please do give it a thumbs up because it would help me out a lot and if this video was useful to you and you would like to support me in any way then I will have links somewhere my patient se Instagram and all that stuff overall though I know it's like because I went through the same process and I know it can be a little bit daunting but I honestly do wish you all the best of luck and don't stress I'm sure it'll be fine and also if you do have any other questions to do with the application process or anything that you guys think that I could make a video on that would help you out then comments always welcome below anyway my lovelies I hope you have an amazing day and until next time take care and I'll see you later
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Views:78580|Rating:4.95|View Time:6:13Minutes|Likes:1178|Dislikes:11 Thinking of applying for a PhD? Academics give advice on what studying for a PhD is like, and what questions applicants should be asking themselves.
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okay if you're thinking about applying for a PhD ask yourself a question why you would like to do that and if the answer is because you're really interested in the topic and you're really interested in doing research on that topic then do a PhD don't do it because you think it's a good you know career move I'm afraid research is a kind of long term it's a long game and it doesn't quickly reward you but it is immensely rewarding in the long term this is a very negative first thing to say but make sure you actually want to do a PhD because a PhD is 3 to 4 years of hard work blood sweat and tears it's a period of time which okay I had a great time during my PhD it was fantastic but a PhD is very very challenging you'll basically cast out into the wilderness and you have to support your soup from your supervisors but fundamentally it's your work and there will be times and I don't know a PhD student who didn't have these times where you'd have a clue what to do the point is you're doing research so your supervisor to act or what to do because they don't know the answers if they knew the answers then why are you doing it so there are things that you do the answers to you don't know what to do you don't even have a clue where to start addressing this problem and you'll want to go home and cry and I think most PhD students have gone home and cried I sort of think a PhD is mainly about learning how to sniff out a dead end doesn't come really positive but it's sort of sort of what it is it's like okay can this person work out as a dead end before their forehead starts to bleed that's what I think I got it and also the flip side to that is can you work out when you're going down a dead-end there's a little part that looks interesting through the bushes and allow yourself to explore that because that's the best researchers are not blinkered in that sense they often have an idea in front of them but they will also be opportunistic so they're going along and they look down on the ground living a little since I might go there for a little while or my send someone else that way another PhD student away or something we'll go exploring that if you do want to do your PhD then that's great and despite all the kind of negative stuff I said about doing a PhD I had a fantastic time and it is that the most uniquely rewarding experience I can think of because you're doing research that you set presumably you like what you're doing otherwise why are you doing it and so being able to have all of that free time to just work on what interests you is a tremendous privilege and I'm so I feel so happy that I had the opportunity and I feel so happy that I'm doing that right now most PhD interviews are not particularly full so really what the supervisor is looking for is someone who clearly shows interested interest in the topic and and again is willing to discuss discuss things in depth and challenge the sort of perceived wisdom and challenge existing ideas other stuff to think about when you're applying for PhD is the stuff that I don't think people do consider quite as much which is going to be think about the topic of their PhD is this does this topic interest me that's important but also think about the environment the university will offer you because universities don't tend to treat PhD students that well they see them this I mean as a PhD student you're pretty much at the bottom of the ecosystem in the university other than undergraduates but I mean they're just so low that if you people have people's time pretend they don't exist so as a PhD student the university tries technology but at a bare minimum level and that means that lots of the facilities for PhD students might not be that good you might be stuck in a very large office with lots of people you don't know maybe from different disciplines might even get an office lots of humanities PhD students don't and that can be a very isolating experience so it's important to check whether your university has the appropriate support structures in place talk to existing students past students existing students will probably give you a negative view past students will give you a positive view and supervisors supervisors are very different in the way they deal with students some are very hands-off you're on your own and see you in three years not quite that bit close to that and others will be quite prescriptive and what they want and for some people the ones that sit you down and said this is what I expect to do by next week are the best sort of thing and for others it's just leave me alone so if you don't have access to an office deal access to other collaborative spaces where you can meet people also doing PhDs are they in your subject area which is great for improving your research and also non your subject area just for keeping you sane so it's good to have access to these kind of spaces where you can meet other people and stop yourself going mad because if doing a PhD can be a very isolating experience if you don't have these kind of support structures the whole process of applying for a PhD is a bit it is a bit kind of random in a sense how do you find a place you know how do you know what you're interested in a non-traditional 'evil because research can be many steps removed from the sorts of topics and people do it undergraduate and the best PhD students you tend to find are people who you either know because you've taught them or you know because someone you know was talking taking someone you don't know very well is it's always a bit of a risk but you know so so if you have already have a relationship you've had some interaction with one of your lecturers at university ask them if they've got any PhD places if you're interested in a subject they're doing and they make they might have some now that layer between ten kilometers and fifty comms announced to you is what we call a stratosphere and it accounts for almost the entirety of the remaining 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What’s good yo? This week we cryin havoc with Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare. In the 1st century BC, Julius Caesar and his army just cruised back to Rome after b*tch-slappin his rival Pompey. And now he and his entourage ragin through the streets to celebrate. It’s all poppin bottles and smokin kush til some Soothsayer calls our boy out and say, “You best Beware the Ides of March, yo!” But Caesar just shakes that hater off and rolls up another fatty. Later, some busta named Cassius conversatin with Brutus, Caesar’s main brutha from another motha. And Cassius be all like, “Caesar gonna become king and he ain’t even all dat. Dat fool’s got to go. You feel me?” Brutus dig, but he ain’t happy bout it. Caesar’s his boy, but he don’t want no tyrants messin with the Roman peeps. So he crew up with the cause, and the sh*t goes down March 15th. That day, Caesar bout to leave the crib when his biddy Calpurnia say, "Baby don’t go. I seen some sh*t and just know something whack gonna happen.” He like, "oh sh*t, word?” But when one of Cassius’s thugs roll up, he convinces Caesar his b*tch be trippin, and then say, “Yo, if you whipped like dat, you can stay home instead of lettin’ us crown you King." Caesar be like, “Hold up brotha. Don’t be like dat. Let’s do dis sh*t." As soon as they reach the spot, all dem traitors whip out their blades and shank his ass. When Caesar sees his bro Brutus join in, he say, “Aw sh** you too man?” Then BAM! Dat fool dead. At Caesar’s funeral, Brutus try sweet-talkin the Romans by tellin em that killin Caesar was a favor to Rome. And at first, erryone believe him. But Caesar’s boy Antony ain’t havin none of dat. He rocks the mic and makes all of Caesar’s killers look like real assholes. Next thing you know, the Roman people be burning down houses and kick Brutus and Cassius to the f**kin curb. So Antony, Octavius Caesar, and some rich playboy Lepidus start raisin a swole army to stomp dem backstabbin’ snitches. Snitches get stiches. Sh*t goes ham at the battle of Philippi, where brothas screamin “187” on the reg. Then Cassius think he see one of his homeboys, Titinius, get captured, gets all torn-up, and kills himself. But turns out ol' Titty just fine, but can’t handle Cassius bein dead, so he decide to take dat long dirt nap too. When Brutus’s army gets straight wrecked, he decide he gonna stack one more body — his own. Then Antony rolls up to Brutus’s body and pours one out for our boy, sayin he was the most legit Roman of them all, cuz unlike the rest of dem backstabbin rats, Brutus was actin for the good of the hood. Now if your b*tch-ass think you readin straight history up in here, you best check yo-self, cuz da bard wasn’t trippin about historical accuracy, B. Matter of fact, some of the details he pulled right out of his assh*le. For example, in the play, ol' JC can’t hear sh*t out of one ear. And even though dat ain’t the way it was, Willy Shakes slangin dat detail to symbolize that although he can hear all the righteous things people say bout him, fool is completely deaf to all the warnings that his boys bout to cross him. "I rather tell thee what is to be feared / Than what I fear: for always I am Caesar. Come on my right hand, for this ear is deaf, / And tell me truly what thou think'st of him." And that’s part of what makes dis play a tragedy: Caesar’s head is so damn big that he thinkin he should rock the crown even though it ain’t rightfully his. Caesar think he so hard dat ain’t nobody can touch him, so he don’t listen to nobody — I mean, his wife, da soothsayer — and dat’s why his arrogant ass ends up in dirt. Cuz like Cicero say, people only hear what they wanna hear. "Indeed, it is a strange-disposed time. / But men may construe things after their fashion. Clean from the purpose of the things themselves." And speakin of hearin, listen up, son. Even though the play is called "Julius Caesar," fool gets iced just half way through, so some scholas think that dis play is really about Brutus, and he's the real tragic hero up in dis hood. Ain’t no doubt that he wanted to put his boy Caesar six feet deep, but unlike Cassius, who just a jealous playa-hater, Brutus was tryin to create a free Rome with no tyrants. So as much as it hurt Brutus to backstab his realest homie, that wasn’t his tragic flaw. Naw, blood. It was rollin with the wrong crew. So roll with the right crew and hit dat subscribe button! In vino veritas!
Views:3383|Rating:5.00|View Time:4:48Minutes|Likes:107|Dislikes:0 Last year I completed the second year of my PhD and learned one or two things along the way. Here I share my humble advice for getting through a PhD successfully.
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I am Chantel Elston, a third year marine biology PhD student. Join me on my journey as I discover our wonderful oceans and try to survive PhD life.
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Views:9211|Rating:4.84|View Time:7:44Minutes|Likes:183|Dislikes:6 I started my PhD a little over six months ago and wanted to share some of the lessons I’ve learnt from that experience so far in order to allow anyone who may be starting a research degree, masters or undergraduate course might be able to get a headstart and learn from my mistakes!
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