Transferable skills are those that can help you be a more successful researcher during your studies in the short term, but also help you be more successful in whathever career you go on to in the longer term, be it academic or not; they are by definition 'transferable'.
Many of the events, course and opportunities described in the other sections of this website deliver transferable skills in a more discipline specific way.
The Researcher Development Programme (RDP), which is based at 25 Trumpington St coordinates a large prorgamme of transferable skills training opportunites across the whole University.
The RDP timetable lists all the events that are open for bookings. Please note that the programme is published half a term at a time to increase access to events. Events that are not yet scheduled can be viewed through the themes.
RDP themes that are not covered elsewhere on this website are:
Sense About Science
The GSLS is a sponsor of Sense about Science, and has a small number of places reserved at their Voice of Young Science events for GSLS PhD students. The links above will provide more information about their forthcoming events.
Jean Redmond attended their Media Workshop and posted a report about the event here. Jean is a GSLS PhD student at MRC Human Nutrition Research.