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UACES Resources are aimed at European Studies PhD students, early-career researchers and anyone who wants to brush up on some of the more practical elements of being an academic as well as a professional working in law, economics or politics. A diverse range of advice articles are focused on the skills needed for developing your career, videos and podcasts disclose individual experiences and summarise seminars and talks. 

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The Six Reincarnations of Research-Led Teaching

1 Jan 2020

Olga Burlyuk (Research Foundation Flanders (FWO) and Ghent University) reflects on six types of research-led teaching.

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The Great Benefits of Attending Academic Conferences

1 Sep 2019

Why do academics go to conferences? What are the benefits for your research and your career? Miguel Otero-Iglesias explains.

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Preparing to Present at an Academic Conference

2 Sep 2018

Heidi Maurer sets out some suggestions — 3 Be’s — to help you enjoy and make the most of your conference presentation.

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Upcoming events

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We are extremely pleased to announce that the Association for the Study of Sport and the European Union (Sport&EU), Rijeka University’s Law Faculty and Loughborough University’s School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences have joined forces to organise a Round Table discussion on the European Model of Sport.

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The Doctoral Training Academy is a free, one day training event aimed at PhD Researchers and Early Career Researchers.

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The conference will offer a platform to discuss the viability and effectiveness of minilateral trade arrangements as a means to promote climate mitigation and their potential role as a catalyst for nonparticipants. Policymakers, academics and business will come together to identify both possible incentives to widen cooperation and obstacles to such endeavors.

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