Category Archives: Postgraduate study

Posts with a postgraduate study theme, including options for postgraduate student, postgraduate student experiences or advice on considering postgraduate study.

A Path Less Travelled

Chris O’Connor graduated from the University of Leeds in 2010 with a BA in English and Philosophy and then again in 2011 with an MA in Writing for Performance and Publication. He is currently a part-time receptionist at the Careers Centre whilst pursuing  his interest in writing and journalism.

I remember vividly my feelings as I approached graduation. It was a mixture of relief, excitement and most prominently of apprehension. Relief at finally finishing education, excitement at having the freedom to choose wherever I wanted to go and do whatever I wanted to do but mainly apprehension of not knowing what that might be or how to get it Continue reading

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To Master or not to Master?

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Education. This is the “business” we’re currently in. Each of us chose a path for our next step in education at least a year ago. And since this is most likely the final step of the journey, it’s very important to make the most of it. For most students, your university degree lasts 3 years. However, some of you may choose to continue your education with further study of a Masters or PhD. Question is: Is it worth doing Continue reading

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