This online discussion, led by colleagues from the University of Central Lancashire and Edge Hill University, will examine the importance of establishing a good supervisory relationship in the early stages of the transition from taught to research led education.
This online discussion session will examine the growth of professional doctorates and how colleagues can help to manage this growth and support the development of professional doctorates within their institutions.
The annual UKCGE Residential Workshop features a variety of sessions, providing Deans and Directors of Graduate Schools, and those in similar positions, the opportunity to network with peers and discuss the key issues affecting postgraduate education.
This online discussion session will provide a summary of the UKCGE Conference on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Postgraduate Research, which took place in November 2023 and focused on race and ethnicity in PGR. There will also be updates on a number of the presentations and initiatives presented at the conference, as well a discussion about the broader issues surrounding race and ethnicity in postgraduate research.
This online discussion, led by colleagues from the University of Bath and Nottingham Trent University, will examine the rights for parental leave for PGRs, particularly international doctoral candidates and how they are impacted by visa regulations.
The UKCGE will look back at the past year across the postgraduate sector, as well as preview what’s to come in the 2024/25 academic year. The session will also see the results announced of the 2024 elections to the UKCGE Executive Committee.
Doctoral research is expected to deliver an ever-increasing number of outcomes. Apart from the high standard of the work produced, the research community must ensure that doctoral degrees meet the needs of government and funding organisations, along with employers and society in general.
Using examples from colleagues from University College London and Coventry University, this online workshop will examine ways in which the UKCGE Good Supervisory Practice Framework may be used to support supervisor development.
The 2024 Postgraduate Education Practitioners Network* workshop provides the opportunity to join colleagues from HEIs across the UK, in person, to discuss some of the pressing issues affecting their roles.
The Annual Conference is the flagship event in the UKCGE events programme. Join colleagues from across UK as we come together to reflect on the past year in both PGR and PGT education, and discuss some of the most pressing issues affecting the postgraduate sector.