ALLIS Courses for Postgraduate Research Students

Courses for students on Postgraduate Research programmes.

ALLIS Courses for PG Research

We offer a range of academic writing courses for students at different stages of their research journey.

We strongly advise you to only apply for one PGR writing course per semester, due to the workload involved.

Please click on the heading below to see our available Semester 2 courses. 

Semester 2 Courses 2024

 

Course Starts week commencing: Class Hours

Writing your PhD First-Year Report (online)

26 February 2024 6 hours 
Writing your PhD First-Year Report (in-person) 26 February 2024 12 hours
Writing your PhD: Reviewing the Literature (online) 19 February 2024 5 hours 
Writing your PhD: Reviewing the Literature(in-person) 19 February 2024 10 hours
Writing your PhD: Qualitative Research (online) 19 February 2024 7 hours 
Writing your PhD: Qualitative Research (in-person) 19 February 2024 14 hours
Writing your PhD: Quantitative Research in Social Sciences 19 February 2024 Asynchronous
Writing your PhD: Scientific Research (online) 19 February 2024 10 hours
Writing your PhD: Scientific Research (in-person) 19 February 2024

10 hours

 

Other ALLIS Courses

In addition, post-graduate research students are very welcome to join the courses listed under ALLIS Courses: UG and PG Taught.

View ALLIS UG and PG Taught Courses

These courses would be suitable for students who are just beginning their doctoral studies, especially if you would like to gain confidence in your written academic English.

Independent study materials

You may also find some of our Independent Study materials useful:

View our Independent Study Materials

 

All Postgraduate Research ALLIS Courses

We offer varying courses depending on the time of year. You can find detailed information on all our Postgraduate Research ALLIS courses below. 

This course is intended for PhD students in their first year who are currently working on their First Year Report.

This course is intended for PhD students in their second year.

This course is intended for PhD students in their final year.

This course is intended for final year PhD students who are engaged in scientific research and are either preparing to write or are in the process of writing a thesis. It may, however, also be suitable for students in their second year who are working on research papers

This course is for PhD students in their final year.