Postgraduate Researcher Development
The Researcher Development Team provides University-wide help, support, and training to research students. The team is part of the Academic Practice Unit, and is based in the Hugh Binnie building in Freemen's Common. We provide students with a wide range of opportunities to develop beyond their specialist research subject and enable them to improve their skills, broaden their life experience and enhance their employability.
Busy with your PhD or Masters? Ever thought about a career in teaching? This Evening Career Event is your opportunity to find out more about teaching as a career or short term activity.
Two PhD Internships currently available. One for a PhD from Management or Psychology. One for a PhD with excellent IT skills, to develop a training programme for e-book. See further detsails ...
De Montfort University and the University of Leicester are jointly organising a PhD Internship Scheme which offers PhD students the opportunity to gain experience working with a local company or public sector organisation. We would be grateful, therefore, if you could answer a short questionnaire on this topic, which should take no more than 5 minutes of your time.
An Evening Career Event for those interested in a career in either of these areas. The event is designed to provide insights into the realities of careers in these fields. This is an opportunity to learn where those initial career openings may be found along with how applicants can best position themselves to take advantage of those opportunities.
What do Romans, Gamma-rays and E-learning have in common? They are all subjects of our researcher presentations in the November 28 edition of Cafe Research! Come along to Cafe Piazza at 6pm to hear some great talks and network with researchers from across the university. As usual, pizza, wine and soft drinks are provided, but booking is essential.
The latest in our series of Evening Career Events brings together a number of speakers applying their mathematical skills in a range of employment sectors. This event is relevant to all numerate PhDs from mathematics and other numerate fields such as Economics, Physics and Engineering.