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Online co-writing group every Tuesday. It’s like a virtual write-in with other struggling procrastinators. Free to join.

"Amazing morning working with everyone at @ThePhDPlace - two hours of good writing done with lots of friendly faces and encouragement. I really recommend joining and coming along weekly (I know I’ll be there from now on)!"

Danielle

"Grateful for @ThePhDPlace writing group getting me motivated and keeping me company while writing my thesis this morning"

Hannah

"Great morning joining the @ThePhDPlace for writing and chatting and chicken gossip. Lovely to meet each week for a supportive writing space as a #phd student at @lborouniversity open to all doctoral researchers at Loughborough University!"

Carrie

Academic Careers
Chris Thompson

Spare Me the Lecture: A Short Guide On How to Excel In Your First Teaching Role

If you are reading this, it is assumed that you are about to embark on an exciting new journey in teaching at university level. Congratulations! You are about to enter a highly rewarding area of academia where each day is different and full of opportunity to inspire those around you. This blogpost goes through five key considerations to help you prepare for success before entering the classroom.

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After accepting an offer
Dai Wenqi

PhD Abroad: How to Navigate Intercultural Interactions 

Are you studying for a PhD abroad? Are you worried about integrating meaningfully into your PhD life in a different country? In this article, Dai Wenqi explores how to socialise and adapt to a new culture during your PhD abroad, providing advice from her lived experiences to help you enjoy your doctoral life to the fullest. This includes respecting and engaging with the culture of your host country, learning the language (but forgo the pressure of perfect fluency), and leaning into your unique personal charm.

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Final Year Student
Jazli Aziz

How I Wrote My PhD Thesis In One Year

Is it possible to complete your PhD thesis in just one year? Read these tips and tricks for writing your own theses. Discover how Jazli prepared before writing, utilized a “changelog” for his supervisors, wrote whenever he was in the mood, worked on a flexible schedule, had a supervisor that checked his content and not his writing, and, most importantly, enjoyed writing.

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