In these unprecedented times under this pandemic, with a lockdown that will only be eased gradually in the UK, it is understandable that some may be concerned about how to start or how to continue their dissertation projects. Here are some tips and suggestions to encourage you to keep going!
Undertaking a masters degree at Warwick is not for the faint-hearted. On top of that many students choose a part-time pathway, which brings a whole set of additional challenges for staying focused and succeeding. Katie shares some of the methods she and her classmates have adopted in order to keep the ship on course…By Katie Hall
Are you still around to finish your dissertation this summer? Feeling a little isolated from others? If you need to have some refresh while working on your dissertation, there will still be loads of fun events coming up for postgraduates!… By Maki Nakamatsu
Creative writers know better than anyone the pain and necessity for editing work and they often spend months perfecting draft after draft. Katie shares tips and ideas from the writing toolbox that can shortcut some of the most common pitfalls and help refine your dissertation into a masterpiece…By Katie Hall
Life at university can sometimes be a bit of a bubble: surrounded by your friends, studying and partying and not having a care in the world. All of these things are really important to uni life and are a key reason why it’s so enjoyable. But do you ever feel like something’s missing? Then maybe you should try volunteering as Isla did at the local foodbank. Here are her top 4 reasons why you should volunteer too… By Isla Stroyan
What’s the point of supervisions? They may seem like a tedious formality, but Katie discusses ideas on how to make these sessions meaningful, based on her own experiences throughout her MA dissertation project… By Katie Hall