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Ioannis S Pantelidis

Seeking a potential PhD (doctoral) supervisor via email

Having written a good research proposal (see my other videos)and sorting your CV and finances, is only part of the process of getting accepted to a University for a doctoral study. Having someone on the inside who may help you… Continue Reading →

Demystifing the Viva

Although I delivered this webinar for the Council for Hospitality Management Education the truth is that many of the hints and tips in this video should be of use to many other disciplines as well. Link to Ioannis slides https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1EMorFsZ0vnHVj1FxtY9wEpbat2RI3aDVfmNf7VpD5Hs/edit?… Continue Reading →

So what is Grounded theory?

In yet another Council for Hospitality Management Education Seminar, Dr NATALIE HAYNES FROM Sheffield Hallam University explores Straussian Grounded Theory. For a copy of the slides, you can visit: (link to the spirit of philoxenia blog). Natalie has extensive sales,… Continue Reading →

Why use Linkedin to Network any value for postgraduate research students?

  This video is from a session I delivered in November 2019 about LinkedIn. (Video resolution gets better from 0:48 onward apologies for the quality of the first half a minute or so. ). The audience was University colleagues but… Continue Reading →

What is abductive research? A chme webinar that may interest doctoral researchers

For more PhD webinar information and upcoming events join our Hospitality researchers group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12484… This is the second CHME organised webinar of what we hope to be a focused effort that connects and serves a community of hospitality Doctoral students… Continue Reading →

So what is contribution to knowledge for a PHD? Panel views froma CHME organised webinar

For more PhD webinar information and upcoming events join our Hospitality researchers group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12484… In this CHME webinar, we cover doctorate originality, the types of contribution to knowledge, positioning your contribution to knowledge, and the role of interdisciplinary thinking in… Continue Reading →

Viva voce success – how to do really well and minimise stress!

  1:20 Viva-voce 3:19 Your publications in Thesis 4:49 the examiners 6:03 rehearse questions 9:01 mock Viva 10:36 time out 11:06 Visit the space 12:40 During the Viva 12:54 Who is the expert? 13:23 Breath 13:39 repeat the question 14:27… Continue Reading →

Completing a Phd at University of Brighton

  A panel of academics, supervisors and students debunk myths about it being difficult to start a PhD – and simplify the process for anyone thinking about doing one.

What made you start a PhD? Lets hear from Phd Supervisors and students

  I am joined by my University of Brighton colleague Dr Kay Aranda and PhD students Denise Harris and Abraham Kebede to discuss the PhD process in the UK in a more informal way than usual. We hope this discussion… Continue Reading →

Why study at University of Brighton for a doctorate? Myths and Legends of Postgraduate Research Degree

  Dr Ioannis S Pantelidis shares his views and experience as to why you should study for a postgraduate taught or research at the University of Brighton. (This is a short video I made for an open day with some… Continue Reading →

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