Residencies are a very rich opportunity to work alongside peers under the facilitation of experienced researchers as Tutors. Residencies typically take 4 days, from Friday to Monday, and allow participants to develop their research, writing and presentation skills and to explore a range of different research approaches. Our residencies are often held in the city of Liverpool, UK, but our experienced team can hold the residencies at any place in the world. If you want to learn more about our past or forthcoming residencies please take a look here.
September 19, 2018
The DoctorateHub provided Doctoral tutors/academics for a residency held in partnership with the University of Liverpool (UoL) UK for DBA students across all stages of their doctoral journey from 10th to 14th September 2018. The agenda covered five days focused on the DBA thesis, from proposal through to Viva. Interactive topics included: writing and presenting conference papers, understanding the expectations and lifecycle of the thesis process, exploring action research, the ethical approval process, research problem statements and research questions, data analysis and findings, and what to expect at the Viva Voce examination. Participants also presented various stages of thesis progress […]Read more