Postgraduate study advice including applying, funding, scholarships and getting published.
When it comes down to postgraduate study there are a lot of things you have to consider before deciding if it is the right option for you.
Each year roughly 20 per cent of graduates choose to stay in education and do some form of further study. Postgraduate study can help you train in very specific areas of interest to you, and so you must chose carefully not just what subject, but what type of course you wish to take on.
When it comes to applying for postgraduate courses, don't expect the same process as an undergraduate application.
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Funding options for postgraduate students.
If you achieved a 2:1 or higher in your first degree and are an IET member (or are interested in becoming a member) then why not apply for an IET Postgraduate Scholarship worth up to £10,000?
Publishing the results of your research is vital. It helps your academic career prospects and plays a vital part in securing research funding.
Many students cannot afford the cost of spending yet another year in full-time education - but there are alternatives. Studying part-time means that students have the opportunity to earn while they learn.
The Toshiba Fellowship Programme offers fellows the chance to take part in leading-edge research activities at one of its research and development centres in Japan.