"It’s been an excellent start to the five-year plan for Enterprise and you can read more in this review. But such is the strength, depth and diversity of our activities that it can only reflect a small proportion of the outstanding work of the UCL community. Every member of UCL is to be congratulated for a tremendously successful year and with the promise of much, much more to come."
Prof Stephen Caddick
Ten tips for enterprising doctoral students
22 July 2011
By Stephen Caddick Vice-Provost (Enterprise) at UCL
It is sometimes assumed that students carrying out research have their career mapped out for them as academics or in a corporate or public research institute.
Although there is recognition that skills developed during a PhD can be useful in a non-research career, it is important that PhD students recognize that the skills learned in doctoral research can be particularly useful for a career as an entrepreneur.
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