The Doctoral School coordinates the central SHU training offer for Postgraduate Research (PGR) students. This encompasses non-credit bearing programmes and activities as well as opportunities enabling you to develop your skills and knowledge aligned to the Researcher Development Framework (RDF).
Doctoral training sessions
The Doctoral School offers a comprehensive programme of training, enabling you to develop your skills and knowledge relating to your Training Needs Analysis and the Researcher Development Framework (RDF).
Visit the Doctoral School blog to explore how you can make progress on the targets set as part of your training needs analysis.
Core skills for your doctorate
Delivered by research librarians and academic skills advisors, these workshops focus on the core information and academic writing skills needed to make progress on your doctorate.
The University English Scheme also offers a non-credit bearing module to develop Academic English for your Doctorate. These 2-hour sessions run weekly and are open to all students working independently on their doctorate.
Academic English for Doctoral Students - Dr Diana Ridley
Click the link to join: https://shu.zoom.us/j/5468144170
Every Wednesday 11-12. Sessions start week beginning 5th October.
Additional skills development opportunities
In addition to the skills development sessions above, the Doctoral School offers a wide range of support and information on:
Researcher Development programme (SHaRD)
SHaRD is Sheffield Hallam University’s researcher development programme. It is structured into 25 themes under five main sections:
Visit and bookmark the SHaRD website to keep up-to-date with these development opportunities and the latest news from the blog.