What next?. Planning your doctoral career. There’s more to life than your thesis…. Or, your research degree as personal and professional development. Maximising your ‘academic capital’.
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Planning your doctoral career
Or, your research degree as personal and professional development
“In general, there are three types of academic capital that every doctoral student needs to gain if she wishes to become a lecturer or postdoctoral fellow. These are (1) publications, (2) teaching and (3) networking.”
Eddy, M D (2006). Academic Capital, Postgraduate Research and British Universities: A Bourdieu Inspired Reflection. Discourse: Learning and Teaching in Philosophical and Religious Studies, 6:1, 211-223.
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