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PhDiary #1: “Everything is on Fire, but This is Fine” - My First Week

Welcome to our PhDiary! To kick this series off, Hannah reminisces about her first week as a History PhD student. From the fiery flames of stress to the warm moments of success, hopefully her story can offer some insight and solace.

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PhD Burnout (and How to Avoid It)

Many postgraduate students find themselves burning out, particularly during the run up to the holidays. In this blog, a final year PhD student shares her tricks to getting some much needed rest.

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How to Find a PhD With International Funding

Did you know that you can use the FindAPhD search to uncover PhD projects with funding for international students? Here's how.

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Paying for a PhD – The Cost of Self Funding

Thinking of self-funding a PhD? It's important to know what you'll actually have to pay for and to spare a thought for how you'll do so.

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10 Facts About the USA You May Not Know

Considering postgraduate study in the USA ? Here are some fun facts about the country you may not have heard.

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7 Things You Must See as an International Student in Western Canada

Are you planning to study abroad in Canada? He's everything you should see if you'll be attending university on the western half of the country.

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10 Facts You Didn’t Know About Canada

We've put together ten facts you may not know about one of the world's most popular study abroad destinations.

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Top 5 Most International Universities in the USA

US universities that are known for maintaining an international outlook and welcoming students from across the world.

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5 Things You Need to Know About Studying in Canada

Considering postgraduate study in Canada? Here are the top five things we think you should know first.

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Starting My Second Year: Goal Setting and Words of Advice

We've been following Holly along throughout her first year of PhD study. Now she's officially starting second year, she's got some words of advice for new students.

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