Weekly free webinars explore topics of relevance to postgraduate students. Held (almost) every Wednesday (8pm GMT + 8), our webinars highlight issues related to the postgraduate research journey; from supervisor relationship development to proposal writing, understanding research methodologies, editing academic writing, to defending your thesis. There is always a Q&A session afterwards, so feel free to come armed with questions.

MARCH 2023 webinars and registration links are here: 

PhD Webinars

Literature Mapping (Dr Craig J Selby)

Wednesday 29 March 2023 | 8pm (GMT + 8)


Masters Webinars

Structuring Your Literature Review

(Asst Prof Savia de Sousa & Dr Craig J Selby)

Tuesday 28 March 2023 | 8pm (GMT + 8)


APRIL 2023 webinars and registration links are here: 

PhD Webinars

Writing Survey Questions 

(Dr Craig J Selby)  

Wednesday 5 April 2023 | 8pm (GMT + 8)


What's Next After Your Research Proposal? 

(Dr Craig J Selby)

Wednesday 12 April 2023 | 8pm (GMT + 8)


Facilitating Controversial Discussions 

(Dr Vighnes Vithiatharan & Dr Craig J Selby)

Wednesday 19 April 2023 | 8pm (GMT + 8)


Masters Webinars

Ethics & Integrity in the Research Process

(Asst Prof Savia de Sousa & Dr Craig J Selby)

Tuesday 18 April 2023 | 8pm (GMT + 8)



Our monthly Bootcamps are a more serious affair. These bootcamp webinars are designed as small group (10 participants), interactive online development experiences, to help you work through a specific issue related to your research journey. During the full day bootcamp we will workshop various activities, discuss best practice approaches, outline core concepts and perspectives to embed them, and hear from guest speakers about their experience and viewpoints. We charge a nominal fee for these bootcamps, and you will walk away with loads of new ideas and confidence, an interactive e-book covering the day’s discussion, and a certificate of attendance.

Special Interest Sessions

When special guest speakers or panelists are available to facilitate a session on a special interest topic, eg; a new methodological development, issues of researcher mental health, new analysis and productivity software, etc, we will facilitate an online special interest session. These are ad hoc in timing, and based upon current developments in the industry and availability of guest speakers.

By Request

We are always happy to facilitate paid sessions on select topics by request. Let us know your requirements, gather a small group of friends or associates, and we’ll curate a programme tailor-made to your specific learning objectives and needs.