Enrolment is restricted to 30 places.   

For 2020, this is a three day course at Edinburgh University on 2-4 June.

Lecturer: Marialuisa Aliotta
Institution:
Edinburgh
Hours Equivalent Credit:
15

Course Summary

The course is specifically tailored to PhD students in scientific disciplines. It will provide practical tools and strategies to help students understand key elements of good scientific writing. The course will cover the 5 steps of the writing process, from pre- writing to proofreading, and will focus on the structure and style of good academic writing. The course runs as a three-day residential workshop and will provide plenty of opportunities for students to develop and hone effective writing skills. Topics covered will include: purpose and structure of different sections (Introduction, Methodology, Data analysis and Results, Discussion and Conclusions, Abstract); use of language and grammar (parallel sentences, appropriate tenses, sentence coordination); supporting materials (figures and tables, bibliography, appendices).

Due to limited places on this course, we ask you to enrol into the 'SUPAHOW Waiting list course'

How will the places on the course be allocated?

Names will be selected from this list to offer places on the course with priority being given to students in later years of their PhD, with names being drawn randomly thereafter.

How do I sign up?

To add your name to list of interested people, please enrol into the "SUPAHOW Waiting List Course"