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Postgraduate webinar series

This programme of webinars co-organised with the Society's Postgraduate Forum is for postgraduate geographers, particularly PhD students. Its purpose is to offer insights into different aspects of PhD life and to equip students with the skills to thrive during and after their doctoral programmes.

Each 50-minute session will include time for questions and discussion. Topics will range from publishing, to applying for grants, to presenting at conferences, to careers within and beyond academia. Whether you’re at the start or end of your PhD journey, there’ll be something for you.

Upcoming events


Postgraduate insights webinar: how to write an academic CV

Writing an academic CV can be a mystifying process, raising a wealth of questions. How long should a CV be? What headings are helpful? And how do you make sure it stands out from the crowd? This session will bring together experienced scholars with knowledge of the academic job market to answer questions about academic CVs.


Postgraduate insights webinar: publishing your first journal article

Writing journal articles is a key part of an academic career. But how do you begin the process?


Postgraduate insights webinar: procrastination and the PhD

This webinar will examine techniques to help you to use your time effectively during your PhD.


Postgraduate insights webinar: preparing for your PhD viva

This webinar will examine how you can prepare for your PhD viva.


Postgraduate Forum Mid-Term Conference: Emerging Geographies

The Mid-Term Conference seeks to take a snapshot of the exciting and important research being undertaken by postgraduate geographers on novel topics and in diverse contexts.

£75.00 - £75.00

Postgraduate insights webinar: how to manage your relationship with your PhD supervisor?

This session will bring together geography supervisors and PhD students to answer your questions on how to maintain a positive relationship with your PhD supervisor.