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Could someone get this article, please?
Graeme Martin, Martin Reddington, (2009) "Reconceptualising absorptive capacity to explain the e-enablement of the HR function (e-HR) in organizations", Employee Relations, Vol. 31 Iss: 5, pp.515 - 537
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It might be a tad early to look for it on Oxford's website. I don't think they have updated it yet for 2012 entry, but this might be a good guideline of how it will be done:
Did you get a researchers' handbook when you joined the programme? At the uni where I'm at, if you're full time, you have to upgrade by the end of the 2nd year the latest, otherwise you will not be able to get a PhD, but an MPhil.
Check out what the regulations are at your uni. Or alternatively maybe you should try and do it part time?
I did my undergrad there, and I felt really looked after and had a great 3 years. I have friends who stayed on for MAs and even PhDs and they seem to have the same general problems what I encountered at a Russel Group university. I guess it depends on what department you are in as well. I was in the Social Science department then and had a personal tutor who basically looked out for me (same with friends who did an MA there, they get a personal tutor who they can go to with any problems they have. I think they all kept their undergrad personal tutors).
(Btw, there is an International Student House. When I was there it was located in Erasmus House, maybe ask them whether they can give you some advice.)
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