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How to Survive Your PhD on YouTube

If you missed the free 'How to survive your PhD' course being run by Doctor Inger Mewburn (thesiswhisperer) and colleagues via ANU, then you can now watch their recorded live chat sessions via YouTube.

The course looked at the emotions, and emotional journey, that accompanies doing a PhD. It included modules and chats on topics like confidence, impostor syndrome, fear, curiosity, loneliness, confusion and love.

For example. How to Survive your PhD - Live chat on Loneliness:





We previously posted a round-up of tips from the first week of #survivephd15 and thoughts from the chat on impostor syndrome.

Plus, tips from Leicester PhD students and supervisors on surviving and getting the most out of the first year of your PhD.

Don't forget that whether you're on-campus or in another country then you can hear about the experiences of other Leicester PhD students and chat to them online during the Thesis Forum.

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