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As a postgraduate student, you are automatically a member of the Graduate School.
The Graduate School Centre, located at Highfield House on University Park Campus, provides dedicated postgraduate social and study spaces, networked PCs, audio visual equipment, tele-conferencing facilities, daily newspapers and access to Graduate School expertise, including funding advice.
Once registered on your course, you will also automatically become a member of the Postgraduate Students' Association (PGSA).
The Graduate School's Researcher Development Programme offers a broad range of research training courses, free for all registered research students, which help develop vital transferable skills.
To register and find out more information about these courses, and opportunities from other providers, visit Central Short Courses.
As well as the Graduate School, you have access to Graduate Centres across the University:
The Graduate School provides a programme of social and academic events. These range from information about funding to coffee and cake social networking events.
To learn more, please visit the Graduate School's event programme.
Although sourcing funding for postgraduate study can be a complicated matter, the Graduate School provides information about a number of funding opportunities available and also offers some financial support of its own.
Find out more about the opportunities available.
The PGSA is the representative body for all postgraduate students and is part of the Students' Union. They make your postgraduate experience as enjoyable and rewarding as possible. They also organise events throughout the year.
Check out the PGSA website and Facebook Page.
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