How to Write and present research in English Workshop by UIG English@UB

Dear Research Colleagues,

Are you applying for a PHD or wanting to present at an international conference?

Good news! Our partner UTS Insearch – Australia has a workshop that will help you develop your capabilities in English for research purposes.

Enroll in our workshop ‘How to Write and present research in English’ on 2 – 13 December 2019.

Who is this workshop for?
Anyone who wants to:
• apply for a PhD
• attend and present at conferences
• write conference papers, research proposals, journal articles and progress reports for research projects
• communicate more effectively and professionally with their peers and build a strong network of international academics
• Find employment opportunities in universities where English is the primary language of instruction and communication.

About UTS Insearch
UTS Insearch is the premier pathway provider of the University of Technology Sydney, Australia’s No. 1 young University, and has worked with practicing research academics to bring you a workshop aimed at developing English for Research purposes.

Workshop Structure
Targeted at academics and prospective PhD students who are looking to expand their research influence and identify potential collaborators and/or supervisors. This two-week workshop covers:
• Introduction to Research Writing: Texts, Contexts and Purposes
• Research Ethics and Integrity
• Reading and Writing Literature Reviews
• Data Skills and Management
• The Drafting Process
• Presenting a Conference Paper in English
• Writing and Submitting a Journal Article in English

This Workshop includes directed teaching as well as self-study. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to work with the teacher and others, on drafts of their own research writing, conference presentations or any other type of research writing or communication that they are working on.

English Requirement
For this workshop an IELTS 6.0 overall with a minimum of 6 in Writing is needed. If a participant does not have an IELTS score, UIG will arrange a placement test.

Workshop Details and Fee
Workshop Fee:
Rp. 4.500.000/participant
Early Bird Registration of Rp. 4.000.000 open until 31 October 2019

Number of Participants/workshop:
Minimum of 10 per participants and maximum of 20.

8.30 am -1 pm

UIG English @UB Malang
Lab Ilmu Humaniora, Fakultas Ilmu Budaya
Universitas Brawijaya – Jalan Veteran – Malang

UIG English, Grand Wijaya Center
Jl. Wijaya II Blok F 83-84 A&B
Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan

Our Instructor
Siti Hajar is a PHD graduate from The University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia) in Teacher Education and Professional Development. She is passionate about education and this is clearly seen in her own education. Along with her PHD she has a Master of Arts (MA) in Applied Linguistics, TESOL from The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia and a Master of Education (Med); Leadership and Management from Flinders University, Adelaide Australia.
These degrees coupled with at least five years of experience in researching in education related fields and five years in teacher professional learning and development programs, has enabled Siti to teach and guide others who plan to go on and take a PHD.
She has also taught our 10-week, 200-hour, intensive Academic English 6, English for Research, program with UIG English many times. When she is not teaching she is working on her research and enjoying her family.
She is organized and very helpful when it comes to guiding students. She has many years of teaching in EFL, which has given her lots of experience in dealing with students.

Next Steps
For further information regarding this workshop please contact:
Nanang Mutasim Billah, MM. / Mr. Tasim
T: 085-775-623-767
WA: 0812-8336-2071

To register

Payment information:
Bank Name: BCA
Branch : Gajah Mada
Account Number: 012.302.6931

We are looking forward to seeing you on this workshop;

Kind regards,
UIG Team