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If you have an award date of 1 November 2018 or earlier and you haven't uploaded your thesis to Pure, don't forget to do it before 1 December if you're planning the Winter Graduation ceremonies!
Travel Awards 2018-19
The website for applications will open at 9am on 9 November 2018. The deadline for all applications is 9am GMT on 21 January 2019.
PGR coffee morning
The PGR coffee morning returns at 11am on 20 November, just outside the PGR space. See you there!
Write Here, Write Now
Take a couple of hours out of your hectic schedule to sit down and write that chapter of your thesis, that book review or plan that journal article.
Welcome to the Doctoral School
A message from Professor Rosemary Deem (Dean, Doctoral School) and Professor Ruth Livesey
(Associate Dean, Doctoral School).
Mission Statement for the Doctoral School
Royal Holloway proofreading scheme
The Royal Holloway Proofreading Scheme is only open to postgraduates who would like to have the final draft of an assessed project or dissertation checked for minor slips and errors
Students Against Depression
The Students Against Depression website is a free resource to help students who may be struggling with depression and anxiety
Researcher Development Programme
A series of transferable skills courses designed for research students to help develop their skills alongside their research
UEA/SENSS Online Training Series
These electronic courses for social scientists are open to all Royal Holloway Postgraduate Research students.
2 November 2018
SSC partial closure
5 October 2018
Industry Engagement Fund
30 August 2018
Campus catering survey
24 August 2018
10 August 2018
1 August 2018
SSC Closure Day
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20 November 2018
PGR Coffee Morning
26 November 2018
Write Here, Write Now...
29 November 2018
Electronic Engineering workshops
4 December 2018
British Library Doctoral Students Open Day 18-19
6 December 2018
Research Degree Exam Process
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Scholarships and Finance
Changes that can affect your study