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Thread: Free Tuition

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27-Dec-16, 04:09
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I am looking to give someone a free tutoring session over skype. All I ask is that you allow me to film it for my teaching portfolio so that my assessors and only my assessors can see it. I'm doing the qualification formally known as dtlls as a distance learning course due to my disability.

I have a number of masters qualifications so areas I can tutor in are sociology as my main subject but also food, arts and humanities. I could also offer a session on structuring coursework and/or a masters dissertation. If there's anything I could offer a free tuition session on that is useful to you then do get in touch.

It would be great to hear from you.

Thread: How to change discipline in Post Graduate level/Masters?

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14-Oct-16, 12:57
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Some music courses are more humanities based than reliant on having any particular musical training so yes, it may be possible to get onto a music masters course without having done undergraduate study in it. It will be a particular type of music course that you'd be best to look at but still.

Thread: Self-Funded PhDs. Good or Bad?

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14-Oct-16, 12:55
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There is nothing wrong with doing a phd for personal development. It all depends on how you feel about it. Nothing is guaranteed whether or not you are funded.

Thread: Low ranked university, but fully funded and great supervisor

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14-Oct-16, 12:51
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Don't get so hung up on prestige. You are funded and have a good supervisor. Lots of people would love to be in that position.

Blog: Free Education in Germany Blog

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05-Oct-16, 23:13
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Do German universities offer distance learning postgraduate degrees to UK learners at those kind of prices?

Thread: Major submission decision needed today -supervisor blocking

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30-Sep-16, 11:20
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I'd be tempted to hand it in. I've done masters and not phd though.

Thread: I need people fill out my dissertation survey. Urgent!

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27-Sep-16, 15:39
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Yep will do it now.

Also share it on Facebook and The Student Room to maximise replies.

Good luck :)

Thread: How far to take third postgraduate qualification?

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26-Sep-16, 11:42
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Quote From fallenonion:
Glad you've come to a decision. I think it's probably the right one, personally. Definitely you should look after yourself first and foremost! Take care.



Thanks onion :) you too :)

Thread: Imposter Syndrome and Expertise

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24-Sep-16, 15:28
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Is this just something that funded phd students have to do? Is it commonly the case?

Thread: How far to take third postgraduate qualification?

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24-Sep-16, 11:46
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Thanks for your advice.

I've decided to call it a day at PgDip. I don't think it's fair to myself to keep changing the goalposts, especially when financially it is causing me a lot of worry.

I emailed the uni early this week and have yet to hear back from them. I kind of fantasize that they're in talks about giving me a scholarship lol! Realistically though, it's probably just that they are busy at the moment.

No regrets. I believe that the PgDip will be suitable for what I want to achieve and I have enjoyed it immensely but with two masters degrees already, my financial and thus mental health needs some tlc :)

Thread: MA Diss submitted!

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24-Sep-16, 11:39
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Nice one :) what are you doing in January?

Thread: Help - Removal from register of graduate students

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22-Sep-16, 11:12
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So sorry to hear of such challenging times op. Wishing you and yours well.

Thread: Unable to decide on Thesis topic

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19-Sep-16, 11:18
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Google for masters dissertations in your field for inspiration and to get an idea of what is expected of a masters dissertation overall.

I agree that the course is asking you to make the decision quite early on.

Thread: Give me hope?

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19-Sep-16, 11:16
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No matter what happens, work on that self esteem with a good counsellor. I speak from experience.

There are some excellent examples of masters dissertations online. Having a google frenzy with it has really helped me understand what is required. I'd urge you to do this.

Good luck :)

Thread: Just started and feel like I have nothing to do?

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17-Sep-16, 15:15
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Don't make the mistake of committing to lots of extra curricular stuff because when the workload kicks in (which it will any week now), it could easily turn into an intense and very stressful juggling act.
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