The landscape has changed rapidly in recent years for UK doctorates. Funders and government see doctoral graduates as necessary for the higher level skills required for a successful UK economy; many doctoral candidates are driven by curiosity for their chosen area; HEIs understand the contribution that doctoral students make to their research environment, to their research output and to their research reputation. This session will explore the balance we have to strike between these sometimes competing priorities when planning funding and provision for our doctoral communities and the challenges posed.
|Time:||01:23 - 05:15|
|Date:||7th Jun 2016|
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