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Thinking about doing a PhD? Join our LIVE Google+ Hangout Q&A 26th May at 1pm BST!
Are you thinking of doing a PhD, but can’t decide?

Whether it’s to achieve something significant, become an expert in your area or discover something new, studying for a PhD is a highly rewarding experience. However, it’s also a decision you have to take very seriously as it involves a commitment to at least three years of study and completion of a thesis. 

It may be necessary to submit a research proposal to a supervisor in a university department in which you wish to study or you may find a specific research project advertised as a studentship with funding attached. 

So how do you know if a PhD is right for you? 

To help all those who are considering undertaking a PhD, jobs.ac.uk is holding a FREE 60-minute live video event via a Google+ Hangout called ‘Postgraduate Options - Is a PhD for me?'
- What routes there are to doing a doctorate
- How to find PhD opportunities and choose a supervisor
- How to get access to a fully funded PhD
- How to compose a good application
- What the reality is like for PhD researchers and get a real insight into what it’s like to do a PhD

You can submit questions before the event on the Q&A app, via Twitter using #JobsQ or when you register.

If you are unable to watch the live event please do register and we can email you a copy of the recording so you don't miss out.

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Are you thinking of doing a PhD, but can’t decide?

Whether it’s to achieve something significant, become an expert in your area or discover something new, studying for a PhD is a highly rewarding experience. However, it’s also a decision you have to take very seriously as it involves a commitment to at least three years of study and completion of a thesis. 

It may be necessary to submit a research proposal to a supervisor in a university department in which you wish to study or you may find a specific research project advertised as a studentship with funding attached. 

So how do you know if a PhD is right for you? 

To help all those who are considering undertaking a PhD, jobs.ac.uk is holding a FREE 60-minute live video event via a Google+ Hangout called ‘Postgraduate Options - Is a PhD for me?'
- What routes there are to doing a doctorate
- How to find PhD opportunities and choose a supervisor
- How to get access to a fully funded PhD
- How to compose a good application
- What the reality is like for PhD researchers and get a real insight into what it’s like to do a PhD

You can submit questions before the event on the Q&A app, via Twitter using #JobsQ or when you register.

If you are unable to watch the live event please do register and we can email you a copy of the recording so you don't miss out.

To find out more about the event and the full panel, click here for more information: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/postgraduate-options-is-a-phd-for-me-tickets-24923624231

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Are you thinking of doing a PhD, but can’t decide? Join our live FREE Google Hangout Q&A on 26th May 1-2pm BST!
Are you thinking of doing a PhD, but can’t decide?

Whether it’s to achieve something significant, become an expert in your area or discover something new, studying for a PhD is a highly rewarding experience. However, it’s also a decision you have to take very seriously as it involves a commitment to at least three years of study and completion of a thesis. 

It may be necessary to submit a research proposal to a supervisor in a university department in which you wish to study or you may find a specific research project advertised as a studentship with funding attached. 

So how do you know if a PhD is right for you? 

To help all those who are considering undertaking a PhD, jobs.ac.uk is holding a FREE 60-minute live video event via a Google+ Hangout called ‘Postgraduate Options - Is a PhD for me?'
- What routes there are to doing a doctorate
- How to find PhD opportunities and choose a supervisor
- How to get access to a fully funded PhD
- How to compose a good application
- What the reality is like for PhD researchers and get a real insight into what it’s like to do a PhD

You can submit questions before the event on the Q&A app, via Twitter using #JobsQ or when you register.

If you are unable to watch the live event please do register and we can email you a copy of the recording so you don't miss out.

To find out more about the event and the full panel, click here for more information: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/postgraduate-options-is-a-phd-for-me-tickets-24923624231

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Are you thinking of doing a PhD, but can’t decide?

Whether it’s to achieve something significant, become an expert in your area or discover something new, studying for a PhD is a highly rewarding experience. However, it’s also a decision you have to take very seriously as it involves a commitment to at least three years of study and completion of a thesis. 

It may be necessary to submit a research proposal to a supervisor in a university department in which you wish to study or you may find a specific research project advertised as a studentship with funding attached. 

So how do you know if a PhD is right for you? 

To help all those who are considering undertaking a PhD, jobs.ac.uk is holding a FREE 60-minute live video event via a Google+ Hangout called ‘Postgraduate Options - Is a PhD for me?'
- What routes there are to doing a doctorate
- How to find PhD opportunities and choose a supervisor
- How to get access to a fully funded PhD
- How to compose a good application
- What the reality is like for PhD researchers and get a real insight into what it’s like to do a PhD

You can submit questions before the event on the Q&A app, via Twitter using #JobsQ or when you register.

If you are unable to watch the live event please do register and we can email you a copy of the recording so you don't miss out.

To find out more about the event and the full panel, click here for more information: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/postgraduate-options-is-a-phd-for-me-tickets-24923624231

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Our FREE live Q&A event is tomorrow 1-2pm GMT on 'Postdoctoral & Research Opportunities in Germany'
Are you interested in pursuing a research career in Germany? Or do you want to advance your career and take on a new challenge in 2016?

Universities and research institutions in Germany are among the best in the world and in terms of investment in research, Germany stands out from all other European countries. Germany has numerous prestigious and well-equipped research organisations plus private companies, especially in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry.  

An array of exciting career paths are open to early career researchers and newly qualified PhDs including postdoc positions, visiting researcher opportunities and even research group leader posts. 
With a wealth of other benefits including a rich and diverse culture, beautiful countryside, comparatively low cost of living and excellent transport links to the rest of Europe, Germany is a destination well worth considering.

To help you explore the opportunities in Germany, jobs.ac.uk is holding a FREE 60-minute live video event via a Google+ Hangout called “Postdoctoral & Research Opportunities in Germany.”

By attending this hangout you will learn:

- What options there are for researchers including benefits and salary
- How to compose a good application
- Where to find postdoctoral and other research opportunities
- How to find funding opportunities and grants for research
- What the reality is like for researchers in Germany including living costs, relocating tips and support networks

What is a Google+ Hangout?
jobs.ac.uk Google+ Hangouts on Air are live online video events of Q&A sessions with a group of expert panellists. By following us on Google+ you will be able to watch the live online video and gain real insights, top tips and also have an opportunity to get involved in the conversation.

We want to hear from you - our video hangouts are a two way conversation between our panel of dedicated experts and you. You can submit questions before the event on the Q&A app, via Twitter using #JobsQ or when you register.

Register your place now (click button on the right.)
This event is open to anyone and is completely free of charge. Register your interest now and we will send you more details of how you can access the live video hangout nearer the time.

To find out more about the event and the full panel, click here for more information: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/postdoctoral-research-opportunities-in-germany-tickets-20453579206

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Are you interested in pursuing a research career in Germany? Or do you want to advance your career and take on a new challenge in 2016?

Universities and research institutions in Germany are among the best in the world and in terms of investment in research, Germany stands out from all other European countries. Germany has numerous prestigious and well-equipped research organisations plus private companies, especially in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry.  

An array of exciting career paths are open to early career researchers and newly qualified PhDs including postdoc positions, visiting researcher opportunities and even research group leader posts. 
With a wealth of other benefits including a rich and diverse culture, beautiful countryside, comparatively low cost of living and excellent transport links to the rest of Europe, Germany is a destination well worth considering.

To help you explore the opportunities in Germany, jobs.ac.uk is holding a FREE 60-minute live video event via a Google+ Hangout called “Postdoctoral & Research Opportunities in Germany.”

By attending this hangout you will learn:

- What options there are for researchers including benefits and salary
- How to compose a good application
- Where to find postdoctoral and other research opportunities
- How to find funding opportunities and grants for research
- What the reality is like for researchers in Germany including living costs, relocating tips and support networks

What is a Google+ Hangout?
jobs.ac.uk Google+ Hangouts on Air are live online video events of Q&A sessions with a group of expert panellists. By following us on Google+ you will be able to watch the live online video and gain real insights, top tips and also have an opportunity to get involved in the conversation.

We want to hear from you - our video hangouts are a two way conversation between our panel of dedicated experts and you. You can submit questions before the event on the Q&A app, via Twitter using #JobsQ or when you register.

Register your place now (click button on the right.)
This event is open to anyone and is completely free of charge. Register your interest now and we will send you more details of how you can access the live video hangout nearer the time.

To find out more about the event and the full panel, click here for more information: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/postdoctoral-research-opportunities-in-germany-tickets-20453579206

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Researchers have become increasingly internationally mobile. In fact, being mobile early on in your career undoubtedly enhances your prospects and skills by expanding your networks and access to a larger research community.

Universities and research institutions in Germany are among the best in the world and each year 4,000 international candidates complete a PhD in Germany. In terms of investment in research, Germany stands out from all other European countries, including the UK. Germany has over 140 doctorate awarding higher education institutions, many of which don’t charge tuition fees, and numerous prestigious and well-equipped research organisations.  Many institutions have well-established support programmes for international researchers and, most importantly, doctoral students can write their thesis in English.
With a wealth of other benefits including a rich and diverse culture, beautiful countryside, comparatively low cost of living and excellent transport links to the rest of Europe, Germany is a destination well worth considering.

To help you explore the opportunities in Germany, jobs.ac.uk is holding a FREE 60-minute live video event via a Google+ Hangout called ‘PhD Options: Doing a PhD in Germany’.

By attending this hangout you will learn: 

- What routes there are to doing a doctorate in Germany
- How to find PhD opportunities and choose a supervisor
- How to get access to a fully funded PhD
- How to compose a good application
- What the reality is like for PhD researchers in Germany including living costs, relocating tips, support networks and learning the language

To find out more details on the event and panelists see here: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/phd-options-doing-a-phd-in-germany-registration-19472971181

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Researchers have become increasingly internationally mobile. In fact, being mobile early on in your career undoubtedly enhances your prospects and skills by expanding your networks and access to a larger research community.

Universities and research institutions in Germany are among the best in the world and each year 4,000 international candidates complete a PhD in Germany. In terms of investment in research, Germany stands out from all other European countries, including the UK. Germany has over 140 doctorate awarding higher education institutions, many of which don’t charge tuition fees, and numerous prestigious and well-equipped research organisations.  Many institutions have well-established support programmes for international researchers and, most importantly, doctoral students can write their thesis in English.
With a wealth of other benefits including a rich and diverse culture, beautiful countryside, comparatively low cost of living and excellent transport links to the rest of Europe, Germany is a destination well worth considering.

To help you explore the opportunities in Germany, jobs.ac.uk is holding a FREE 60-minute live video event via a Google+ Hangout called ‘PhD Options: Doing a PhD in Germany’.

By attending this hangout you will learn: 

- What routes there are to doing a doctorate in Germany
- How to find PhD opportunities and choose a supervisor
- How to get access to a fully funded PhD
- How to compose a good application
- What the reality is like for PhD researchers in Germany including living costs, relocating tips, support networks and learning the language

To find out more details on the event and panelists see here: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/phd-options-doing-a-phd-in-germany-registration-19472971181

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Have you considered doing a PhD in Germany? Join our FREE live Q&A hangout on 25th November at 1pm BST.

By attending this hangout you will learn: 
- What routes there are to doing a doctorate in Germany
- How to find PhD opportunities and choose a supervisor
- How to get access to a fully funded PhD
- How to compose a good application
- What the reality is like for PhD researchers in Germany including living costs, relocating tips, support networks and learning the language

Book your spot now! http://bit.ly/phdjobsq
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Our recent ‘Research Impact & Public Engagement for Career Success’ live video Q&A event attracted over 2,000 PhD & research students. The online event which featured a panel of experts, selected by jobs.ac.uk, to discuss how viewers can develop an impactful research profile.

Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/1JVd39C
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