Currently available dates: 7 July 2018 / 11 August 2018
Venue: Queens Hotel Leeds, LS1 1PJ
This workshop is designed for students, prospective students and independent scholars, who would like to learn academic writing, in order to enhance their student performance, prospects for continuing education or develop a research portfolio. The session is equally suitable for current students and prospective students (for example, practitioners continuing their education or entering higher education to obtain their first degree).
The workshop consist of two components. The first part of the session will offer a guide to academic writing and in the second part participants will engage in practical exercises. The session will focus on developing a research proposal and developing a research paper. The session is organised as a hands-on experience and thus participants will engage in writing and structuring their work, receive feedback from an experienced academic, with a large portfolio of academic publications. After the session, participants are entitled to send their proposal/paper for review and individual feedback by the instructor before submission to journal or a higher education institution for continuing their studies.
The workshop will be divided into sessions with breaks for coffee and lunch. The venue is at the Queens Hotel, located in central Leeds and is easily accessible by all forms of public transport. Participants will receive a certificate from Centre for Research in Social Sciences and Humanities following completion of the session.
The price for the workshop is £80 and the fee includes participation in the workshop, certificate, materials, and food and refreshments during the workshop. The price also includes individual feedback from the instructor after the workshop.
In order to book your place, please fill in the form below. Please outline your academic status and what you want to achieve at the workshop.