The latest Postgrad news
University of Aberdeen Professor Honoured
Professor Michael Keating, the chair of Scottish Politics at the University of Aberdeen, has been honoured as a new Fellow of the British Academy. He is one of the few academics who were elected as Fellows at the Academy's Annual General Meeting and also holds the fellowships of the Royal ... More
Is the role of part-time courses increasing?
In today's economic climate, more and more postgraduate students are forced to pay the university fees by themselves because of the cuts in funding. However, working a full-time job and studying full-time do not go hand in hand. So how can postgraduate students combine the incompatible and earn enough money ... More
Are Secondary PGCE courses in the United Kingdom facing closure?
Those who can, teach... so the slogan went – and although that it is still so true it seems that many university-based teacher training programmes could be facing closure... Teaching is one of the most fulfilling professions around, and if your initial degree wasn’t a B.Ed (Bachelor’s of Education) you ... More
Scholarship and bursary application deadlines are approaching!
As the summer term draws to a close, and universities prepare for the new cohort of postgraduate students in a couple of months’ time, the closing dates for many scholarships and studentships are rapidly approaching. For example, the University of Kent is offering a PhD scholarship at its School of ... More