Wednesday 9 August 2017 1:30pm
Graduate School
Sir Llew Edwards Building (14)

Academic writing is an important part of being a researcher. However, many are not formally trained in this skill. This course has been developed to assist students who are struggling to prepare academic documents as part of their candidature. You will receive guidance and examples relating to the Humanities and Social Sciences discipline on writing academic publications and candidature documents.

The course will make use of authentic academic texts for reading and analysis. Students are encouraged to bring their own work for feedback and review and they should also bring samples of academic articles/ research reports/mid-candidature documents in their field that can be used during this course. 

The course will run for 8 weeks and is comprised of a 3 hour lesson each week. 

Humanties and Social Sciences - St Lucia:  starts Wednesday 9 August to 4 October 1:30pm – 4:30pm  (Note: public holiday 16 Aug)

This program is specifically designed for research higher degree candidates approaching their mid-candidature review.  

Sample workshop topics include

Writing Introductions & Literature Reviews
Writing a Mid-Candidature Document
Writing the Methods Section
Writing the Discussion Section
Abstracts & Planning and Writing a Paper
Academic Language
Scientific Style


To apply

Speak to your Postgraduate Administration Officer or Postgraduate Coordinator to request the application form. Your school/institute must collate, rank and submit all applications to UQ Graduate School.

Cost: 
Nil
Accreditation: 
N/A
AHEGS Approved: 
No
Career Focus: 
Knowledge Transfer and Strategy
Your Research Degree
Skills: 
Transferrable Skills
Research Skills
Experiences: 
Workshop