Description - The Research Student's Guide to Success by Pat Cryer
A must read for all research students!
"The core material in Professor Cryer's previous editions is classic. I welcome this new edition setting it into current contexts." - PhD supervisor
"When I was doing my own PhD, Pat Cryer's book was my constant reference companion. Now I am recommending her latest edition to my own students." - PhD supervisor
Insightful, wide-ranging and accessible, this is an invaluable tool for postgraduate research students and for students at all levels working on research projects, irrespective of their field of study.
This edition has been thoroughly revised to accommodate the changes in postgraduate education over recent years. Additional material and new emphases take into account: the QAA Code of Practice for Postgraduate Research Programmes
recommendations of the Roberts Review
the needs of the growing number of `overseas' research students
employment issues (including undergraduate teaching)
the Internet as a resource for research.
There are new chapters on: developing the research proposal
succeeding as an `overseas' research student
ethics in research
personal development planning (PDP)
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Author Biography - Pat Cryer
Pat Cryer is Visiting Professor for the Development of Graduate Education at the University of Manchester. She has headed various studies on the needs of postgraduate research students and their supervisors, which she converted into practical support by setting up a national network for academics on postgraduate issues and a series of guides on postgraduate issues for academics, published jointly by the Society for Research into Higher Education and the Times Higher Education Supplement.