The session is an opportunity to learn more about the funding sources
Few of us like the idea of ‘networking’.
This session will outline the roles available in the early stages of an academic career, what each job entails and progression prospects.
Would you like to know the secret to high output, low stress scholarly writing? In academia it is often assumed that writing comes naturally.
This briefing is an opportunity to learn about the requirements of, and uses for, these mid-career schemes.
Springboard development programme for women
This joint Social Sciences/ Humanities Division meeting is strictly for all those who plan to apply for the ERC Advanced Grant scheme in 2017 (submission…
Are you confident that your CV and covering letter will impress prospective employers?
A key component of becoming a successful academic researcher is the ability to win funding for your research.
In this session, you will learn about Oxford's internal research fund: the John Fell Fund.
A DPhil can feel, at times, rather like an endurance test.
Authors are often unsure what rights they retain when signing the publisher agreement for a journal article.
This session is about understanding how to write a case for support for a funding application.
This session is designed to provide researchers with an understanding and practical experience of the nature of multi-disciplinary collaboration in research…