Although you’ll already have several years of university behind you, starting a PhD can feel like you’ve entered a completely new territory (and rightly so!). A PhD is in many ways different to an undergraduate degree in that it requires a different set of skills. To help you make the transition from an undergraduate degree to a doctoral one as smooth as possible, we’ve prepared 5 tips all new PhD students should follow.
To summarise: start refining your scientific writing and reading skills as soon as you can, ask for feedback on your work as often as possible and break your journey up into small achievable goals.
Read the below infographic to find out how to put these tips into practise.