Your Guide to Successful Postgraduate Study
- Geoffrey C Elliott - University of Worcester, UK
- Karima Kadi-Hanifi - Newman University, UK, Institute of Education, University of Worcester
- Carla Solvason - University of Worcester, UK
Post-Graduate Study Skills
Your Guide to Successful Postgraduate Study demystifies some of the expectations of post-grad study and outlines tools and strategies for developing skills that will improve your work throughout the whole of your post-graduate course.
This book advises you on how to:
- decide what to read, and how best to read it
- produce engaging outputs in writing or speaking that are convincing and engaging
- pursue academic arguments and show evidence of research/reading
- maximize your employability after graduation.
Get ahead of the game and equip yourself with the skills needed to supercharge your postgraduate work!
Student Success is a series of essential guides for students of all levels. From how to think critically and write great essays to boosting your employability and managing your wellbeing, the Student Success series helps you study smarter and get the best from your time at university.
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This is a very readable book for students who are embarking on postgraduate study for the first time and those returning to university. The text is clearly signposted throughout, highlighting the process from preparation to writing up and submitting. The authors have provided excellent advice underpinned with student examples.
This guide really resonated with my experiences as a postgraduate student. Packed with insights into the academic world and the study environment, the authors provide clear strategies for overcoming the challenges of postgraduate life. The case studies help to contextualise approaches in the book, helping me to think how I might use them in the real world.
To me, it appears evident that the authors are writing not just with their professional expertise, but their own first-hand experience of postgraduate life...always helpful but never patronising and, above all, looking to reassure the reader that the power to successful postgraduate study is in their (your) hands. Relatable, helpful, reader-friendly. At just 124 pages, this guide is a quick, accessible read that provides relevant and practical advice which will be an undoubted help for anyone considering postgraduate study regardless of discipline or level. Highly recommended.
A useful and well written text providing many useful hints, tips and assistance to successful postgraduate study. A great resource for the "new" postgrad.