The Final Countdown
The hosts can hardly believe it, but at least two of them, Dieter and Alexander, are moving into the final quarter of their PhD studies at breakneck speed. At the same time, Philipp is trying to speed up his own timetable to match the formers'. Each phase of the PhD comes with its own set of opportunities and challenges. While the hosts have learned a lot over the last 3-4 years, much of which we shared with our loyal listeners in this podcast, there still is so much more that they have no clue about. Hence, in this episode, the hosts minus Sophie decided to tackle the topic of "late-stage plans", sharing among other things:
- What, if any, of the hosts' perspectives have changed over the years
- What the hosts are planning to accomplish in the final 1-2 years of their graduate studies
- What the hosts definitely plan to avoid
- What the hosts wish that they will be able to look back upon once they have completed their degree As you may have noticed from the description - we recorded our episode in English once again. We believe there may be more listeners out there that would appreciate what we have to say but don't understand German, as opposed to listeners that don't understand English. But let us know what you think via Instagram, Twitter or good ol' e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This episode was recorded in Vienna at the WU Vienna University of Economics and Business.
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