22 January 2019
The Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group has published a second edition of A Guide for Psychology Postgraduates: Surviving Postgraduate Study.
Written by postgraduates for postgraduates, the guide covers applying and preparing for a course, coping with course demands, and professional and personal development.
Holly Walton, chair of PsyPAG and the managing editor of the guide, said:
“We have published a second edition of our guide to support our fellow psychology postgraduates and help them deal with aspects of postgraduate study that we all face.
“This second edition was produced after extensive consultation with our members and has been written by people who have experience of being a psychology postgraduate themselves.”
Printed copies of the guide have been sent to higher education institutions across the UK, and a digital version is available from the PsyPAG website.
If you are involved in postgraduate study of psychology at a UK institution or a practitioner-in-training then you are automatically a member of PsyPAG. This includes Master’s students, PhD students and trainee psychologists on professional doctorates.
PsyPAG is funded by the Research Board of the British Psychological Society.