International Journal for Researcher Development: Volume 6 Issue 2

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Supporting the PhD journey: insights from acknowledgements

Lilia Mantai, Robyn Dowling

– The aim of this paper is to explore the types of social networks and relationships that PhD candidates identify as important in a successful PhD journey.

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Against all odds: determinants of doctoral candidates’ intention to enter academia in Germany

Kalle Hauss, Marc Kaulisch, Jakob Tesch

The purpose of this paper is to focus on doctoral students in Germany and the drivers behind their intention to enter an academic career. The aspirations of young…

Enacting a developmental niche for researchers: Lessons from research education initiatives in India and Malaysia

D. P. Dash

– The purpose of this paper is to offer a provisional framework for researcher development in contexts where postgraduate research education is developing.

The Australian doctorate curriculum: responding to the needs of Asian candidates

Sarojni Choy, Minglin Li, Parlo Singh

The purpose of this paper is to present a case for appraisal of the current curriculum provisions for international students. In this paper, the authors summarise the key…

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2048-8696

Online date, start – end:

2009 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited

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hybrid