Postgraduate Study III
This week’s EDDi Extra brings us back to our postgraduate study theme.
We have the third and final part of Dr Mike Whalley’s trilogy on postgraduate study, reflecting on what happens after completing a Doctorate - from the stresses of actually handing the final thesis in to the long-term career benefits:
Accompanying this is a useful ‘PG Tips’ article for anyone about to embark on a qualitative research project:
And a ‘Sociologically Thinking’ piece:
We’ll be back early next month with another traditional EDDi digest.
PGCEi: WHAT’S IN A NAME?
The Warwick name opens doors.
Warwick’s PGCEi has been designed to be robust and rigorous - and, with a fully assessed teaching component plus 90 Masters credits, it has quickly gained respect amongst international schools.
Warwick offer more contact, more support, more advice, and more credibility. An extensive teaching placement and external link tutor assessment visit are compulsory elements of the course.
More than just a certificate, Warwick's PGCEi is a passport to employment at high-quality schools worldwide.