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Postgraduate Researcher Development


"I can employ a range of effective teaching and supervisory approaches and adapt to different learning environments."

Within a university, teaching can take many forms, both formal and informal. You could be lecturing, teaching small classes, leading lab demonstrations or supervising a more junior member of your research group.

Teaching ability is a critical part of a researcher's portfolio, but being able to instruct and guide others is an important skill for any professional to develop.

The Cambridge Centre for Teaching & Learning should be your first port of call for finding out about opportunities to invest in your teaching skills. We also provide a workshop on teaching seminars for those in the Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences.