Preparing for life beyond your PhD – applying for jobs

According to research from the UK, 2/3 of final year PhD students are unclear on what they want to do after their PhD. And about 1/3 (30%) of PhD graduates would not do the their PhD again. In this webinar we’ll take a look at the academic and non-academic job application process and some of […]

Building your career – moving streams

Across all areas of training there are essentially five streams of work: (1) Practitioner – doing the work you were trained to do. (2) Researcher – investigating a topic of interest. As an academic you are simultaneously a Practitioner and a Researcher (3) Educator – Training others based on your skills, experience and training. (4) […]

RMIT School of Design and Social Context Intertext Conference

The DSC Intertext Higher Degree by Research Conference (candidate-lead) brings social sciences and creative practice candidates and supervisors together showcasing the exciting research coming out of the College of Design and Social Context at RMIT University. HDR candidates from the DSC College are invited to present their work to a panel of experts from the […]

CV writing for academics

CV writing is not something you need to do every day, not even every year. And some people might be lucky enough that they never need to write a CV. But, if you have to write one it can be tough to know what is in or what is out. Or, if you’re applying for […]