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Careers and professional development training

Careers and professional development training

A series of workshops offering practical advice and guidance for your career development as an arts and humanities scholar. Hear from a range of speakers on topics such as pathways into early career research, postdoctoral funding, careers within and beyond academia and the Higher Education policy landscape.

Workshops will normally be two hours in the morning or afternoon in London. Each will feature speakers from across the CHASE DTP and beyond and an opportunity for open discussions on the subject of the workshop. Sign up for each session you would like to attend.

The career landscape with an Arts and Humanities PhD – 1pm, March 27th

Room S118, SOAS, University of London - - Paul Webley Wing (Senate House North Block)

  • Dr Heather Tilley, Birkbeck Wellcome Trust ISSF Fellow
  • Dr Sarah Longair, Lecturer in History of Empire, University of Lincoln
  • Dr Francisca Fuentes, Curator North American Published Collections, The British Library

What careers can an Arts and Humanities PhD help you achieve?

What can you do, alongside your PhD and once you’ve submitted, to help you secure these opportunities?

What are the differences between career paths in and outside of academia?

How might your next career choices affect your longer term ambitions?

The impact of Government policy on the Higher Education sector – 11am, April 20th

Room S118, SOAS, University of London - Paul Webley Wing (Senate House North Block)

  • Paul Roberts, Assistant Director of the Doctoral School, University of Sussex
  • Rob Witts, CHASE DTP Manager

What is the current policy landscape in Higher Education?

How might current and anticipated changes affect Early Career Researchers?

How might the changing political climate affect Higher Education?

How might REF 2021 and the new TEF affect academia in general and Early Career Researchers particularly?

Further sessions to be announced soon will cover:

  • Postdoctoral research
  • Working internationally
  • Teaching
  • Diversity
  • Interviews

This training is open to:

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