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Graduate CV presentation: You have to remember that there's no accounting for taste, so you have to make the content of your CV unique, rather than using an elaborate layout to make you stand out from the crowd (unless, of course, you are going for a design job, in which case you have room to get creative).
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Although you should write the proposal yourself, it is best if you discuss its contents with your proposed supervisor (if you apply for a Ph.D. or Post-Doc position) before you submit it. The following template applies to Ph.D., Post-Doc and grant research proposals.
All international PhD students in New Zealand are eligible to pay the same fees as local PhD students. Students can apply to dedicated scholarship schemes run by their university, ask their supervisors for advice on funding schemes that are not widely publicized, or use one of the government-run scholarships such as the International Doctoral Research Scholarships (NZIDRS).
If you want to launch your very own personal blog, you can do so pretty quickly on your own. You need a name for your blog (domain name), a best blog platform (we strongly recommend self-hosted WordPress), and a web hosting provider. All of these steps are very straightforward, and you can have your blog up and running in no time.
Imagine you've been invited to a party where you don't know anyone. You've come through the door, grab a drink, and stand there feeling like a pony with five legs. Nobody seems to pay any attention to you. After a while, you start sidling to the door in order to escape. Or maybe you tough it out and start 'making conversation'. Ok, so this scenario isn't much fun.