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Do Your Research

Event date
18 March 2020 (6pm to 8pm)
Status
Open
Do Your Research
If you’re thinking of doing a PhD at Camberwell, Chelsea, Wimbledon Colleges of Arts, this is a great opportunity to meet and talk to potential PhD supervisors.

Supervisors in attendance will be listed on the booking page soon.  Each participant will have 10 minutes to chat to their chosen supervisors - if the introduction sparks a bigger discussion, it can always be continued another time.  When booking, you need to specify which supervisor(s) you would like to meet with (so please do not book just yet!).


This event is aimed at those who are ready to apply for a PhD in the next 2 years (application deadlines are in November and April), and have a clear area of research in mind.
 
Find out more about research at Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon.

More information on our research degrees.
 

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