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The experience of doing a PhD at Goldsmiths has developed my academic and practical skills to start my careers
The experience of doing a PhD at Goldsmiths has developed my academic and practical skills to start my career in the higher education sector. Since 2021, I have been working as an assistant professor in the school of cultural technology at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University Entrepreneur’s College.
In this role, I am responsible for planning, designing and delivering undergraduate modules for the new programme Arts, Technology and Entertainment with Contemporary Entrepreneurialism.
The knowledge and skills I have learned from Goldsmiths have empowered me to contribute to my current teaching and research in an interdisciplinary approach.
Goldsmiths is a diverse and inclusive community that has allowed me to engage with world-leading researchers and practitioners. The institution provides an open and rigorous atmosphere to promote knowledge sharing and exchange.
The graduate school’s annual conferences are one of its kind events to further research students’ academic skills and network like-minded people. In particular, the campus is located in London, a global creative hub, which is an open-eye opportunity to broaden my horizons.