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Law tuition for PhD students

Law tuition for PhD students

Let us guide you, so that you can finish your PhD faster

We are there to discuss concerns relating to your project, which literature to consult and what techniques to use and much more. Let us be your mentor and guide you throughout your MPhil and PhD.

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PhD tuition

Achiever greater learning outcomes and benefit from our learner-centred environment

PhD lessons

Taking private PhD lessons is incredibly effective to further develop knowledge about your chosen research area. During our one-to-one online PhD tuition lessons, we discuss relevant arguments, cases and legal provisions and clarify issues. We teach you about the epistemology and ontology, important research method and techniques, particular technical points or whatever else appears unclear. We debate academic arguments and answer questions which you would not ask your supervisor. During the lessons, we work through particular areas, so that you are up to speed with your research and fully understand all necessary concepts. Hence, the PhD lessons are customised to match your particular research needs, so that you can progress quicker with your postgraduate studies. The mentor focuses solely on you and the learning pace is set at whatever pace which is most appropriate to realise the learning goals. Our PhD lessons help overcoming challenges, clarify your research strategy, solve problems you may encounter, promote critical thinking and teach how to produce work at PhD level.

PhD interview preparation

Undertaking a PhD is a fantastic achievement and interviewers have to be certain that the prospective PhD candidate is sufficiently academically gifted to successfully pursue a PhD. It is therefore important to come across confident, to give sharp and witty responses, to demonstrate that you can think outside the box and can participate in academic discourse at the highest level. This means giving good reasons for your arguments. Being professional, passionate and enthusiastic are also important traits. This means knowing your topic and thinking of answers to possible interview questions. Of course, no PhD interview is the same and it is therefore important to be flexible. At a minimum, you should be able to talk about your academic qualifications, explain why you want to pursue a PhD at a particular university and give justifications for choosing the particular research topic and explain why your research is original. With our PhD interview preparation, you will feel confident attending the interview and will be able to demonstrate that you are very knowledgeable not only about your PhD topic, but also about your research methodology and design and thesis structure.

PhD viva revision

The viva voce, often referred to as the viva, is the final step of your PhD examination. You have to orally defend your thesis in the viva voce. You are normally given around two months to prepare for the viva after you have submitted your PhD thesis. An internal, external and independent examiner will read your PhD thesis and will then conduct the viva. Examiners generally assess whether the research meets the required standard, identify areas of improvements and discuss the research in order to make sure that the student fully understands the research phenomenon. It is therefore of utmost importance to thoroughly prepare for the viva in order to demonstrate that you know the structure, why certain literature has been included or excluded, to explain why the thesis is original and builds upon existing literature, to justify the conceptual approach and to show that the contextual context is fully understood. You should therefore know your entire thesis and be able to critically respond to questions, be familiar with the literature you have cited and show that you have read the literature and are able to identify how your thesis fits within the existing literature. It is also a good idea to read articles of your examiners. Our viva revision prepares you for this challenging test and final hurdle towards being awarded a PhD.

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