Information for Year 2 PhD Students
The most important thing for you to do during the second year is to
substantial progress on your research with your supervisor.
Your PhD is supported by
Liverpool Doctoral College
which provides a focus and oversees all
doctoral training and development in the University.
The Liverpool Doctoral College provides a range of
Personal and Professional Development opportunities
to support your PhD.
Supervisors and IPAP members
Here is a list of students, their supervisors and IPAP members.
Training and Progress Monitoring Requirements
The expected training and progress monitoring for the year
Annual Progression Requirements
attending seminars including the
and completing the following.
and your research group seminars
is expected/strongly encouraged.
Seminar attendance helps develop transferable skills such as
oral communication skills, presentation skills, persuading skills,
analytical/logical thinking skills, critical thinking skills, problem
solving skills, decision making skills, research skills.
Training for Year 2.
Successful completion of the training and progression tasks
outlined above will result, where possible, in the following
training credits being added to your profile on SPIDER.
(You don't have to worry about how to add these credits - we add
them for you.)
This is a expected part of your PhD.
- Departmental Training
- Speak at Postgraduate Workshop CSCR009
- Attend Departmental Research Seminars
- School Training
- Second-Year Report ECSR022
- Second-Year Viva ECSR023
- University Training
- Careers Development
- Annual Progression Requirements PDRR002
- Present a Poster at Poster Day