Where I’ve spoken
I have spoken at many of the top-ranked universities in the UK, including;
- University of Oxford
- University of Cambridge
- University of Edinburgh
- University of Manchester
- The Open University
- University of Nottingham
- University of Sheffield
- University of Strathclyde
- University of Glasgow
- University of Leeds
- University of Bath
- University of Kent
- University of Stirling
- University of Bradford
- Northumbria University
- Anglia Ruskin University
- University of Sussex
- Kings College London
- University of Bristol
- University College London
Plus several institutions and events outside the UK, including;
- Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm
- Universitetet i Agder, Kristansand
- Høgskolen i Molde
- Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels
- CORINF summer school, Corsica
- Volkswagen AutoUni, Wolfsburg
Popular Topics Include;
- The Basic Principles Every PhD Student Needs to Know
- Understanding Academic Literature
- Productivity, Creativity and Skill Development
- Becoming a Better Academic Writer
- Surviving the Stress of a PhD
- The Final Year
I have standard presentations on each of these topics lasting around 45 minutes, which can be adapted to fit the size and format of your event.
Typically, a 45 minute talk will lead to 45 minutes (or more) of Q&A- a sign of the high level of engagement in these talks.
I am also available for day-long workshops covering a wide range of topics.
Rates and availability
Speaking fees can vary depending on your requirements, but the table below is a guide. These rates are not subject to VAT. Travel and accommodation to be added if required.
1-2 hours | £500
Full day | £750
Rest of Europe
1-2 hours | €1000
Full day | €1500
Rest of World
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