|The Mathematical Institute has a mentoring scheme for graduate research students. The aim of the scheme is to support students’ career and personal development. A more experienced person (the mentor) assists the student (the mentee) in developing specific skills and knowledge that will enhance their career and/or personal growth.|
Students are encouraged to find a identify a mentor during their second/third term here.
Our aim is that all graduate students who wish so should have a mentor assigned by the end of their first year here.
Please refer to the following guidance on the scheme:
Details of members of factulty in each research group with particular responsibility for graduate students on course, and supporting students in finding mentors, can be found at Research Group Office-Holders.
Further guidance on mentoring produced by the University of Oxford Learning Institute: