GRADBritain was a magazine written by and for postgraduate researchers (PGRs) in the United Kingdom. It was published once per academic term (three times per year) between the years 2007-2010 and contained articles written by PGRs of all ages and backgrounds from a variety of disciplines in the sciences, arts and humanities.
GRADBritain provided a platform for PGRs throughout the country to share experiences, advice, and ask questions in order to improve the experience of their PhD.
GRADBritain has been recently replaced by 'What's up doc?' a blog for postgraduate researchers to share experience, give information and tips on matters relevant to them in a fun, yet informed way.
For more information please contact Tennie Videler.
GRADBritain issue 5 summer 2008
Includes: Dedication is what you need, Funding at what cost?, Reigniting the spirit of '68, Prof. Geoffrey Thicket and Dr Flo (regulars), The Psychopathology of Success, Rough Guide to doing a PhD