AUT holds university-wide workshops and events for postgraduate and doctoral students throughout the year.
The central seminar series provides an opportunity for postgraduate students to improve their research skills. A variety of workshops, activities and events are available to you depending on what you need help with and at which stage you are at in your research.
A listing of the 2017 workshops offered.
Graduate Research School (GRS)
The GRS works in collaboration with AUT academic staff members and support service areas with providing workshops to enhancing your research skills.
Register for workshops with GRS through CareerHub.
Learning Advisor Support
Student Learning Advisor's coordinate a series of thesis writing workshops towards managing your postgraduate journey and to develop your skills that are fundamental for student success.
For a listing and information about these workshops, visit the Learning Advisor's website.
Library & Learning Support Services
The AUT Library offers a range of workshops to support your study and research.
For a listing and information about these workshops, visit the AUT Library website.
Use the chart above to identify which workshops and resources might be appropriate for you, depending on what you need help with and which stage you are at in your research.
Click on a bubble to find more information or to book. (Some links require you to search by the workshop title.) Some workshops may not be available every semester.
If you are registering your attendance for a workshop using CareerHub and wish to cancel, you can do this via CareerHub.
Learning Advisors/Library & Learning Support
If you are booking a workshop through the Learning Advisors or the Library & Learning Support Services website, please cancel your attendance from the email confirmation received at the time of booking. Alternatively, you may wish to email your cancellation to:
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An opportunity for new and existing postgraduate and doctoral students, academic supervisors and staff members to network and engage in conversation over drinks and nibbles. This event is offered throughout the year.
A list of these scheduled events is available on Careerhub.
Feedback received from previous participants about the writing retreat.
The next 2017 retreat date is scheduled for Monday 6 to Thursday 9 November. Applications for this retreat have closed.
The Writer's Retreat application form must be completed and emailed to the Graduate Research School for expressions of interest to attend.
Writer's Retreat application form
An annual event for postgraduate and doctoral students to network and engage in a variety of activities and workshops offered. This includes the Postgraduate Research Symposium and entertaining Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.
An outline of activities and events offered during Postgraduate Week
Doctoral study is a significant commitment you have made and we want to guide you in reaching your goals by providing a programme that includes helpful tools and tips for getting your research off to the best start.The inductions are held three times throughout the year.
Newly enrolled doctoral students will be emailed an invitation to attend.
Contact the GRS for more information.
AUT has a network of peer mentoring groups for postgraduate students. By joining a group, postgraduate research students can meet, connect and share ideas. There are groups on all campuses, and for a wide range of interests.
For a list of peer mentor groups and information, go to Postgraduate Researcher Development.
There are other areas within the university where academic support for postgraduate students is available.
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Last updated: 28-Sep-2017 9.44am
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.