This week we had our first Surgery Sessions. During these we meet our supervisor and can ask specific questions about our dissertation. This is very helpful, especially when one is stuck in some data analysis.Read More Surgery Sessions to help us with our dissertation
I made some good progress on my literature review after spending the day in the library, really happy for the easy and complete access to latest publications we have here in Lancaster!Read More Progress on my literature review
This week our dissertation seminars focus on the management of datasets. We therefore learn how to learn commands to manage data and perform more advanced econometric analysis.Read More Programming for statistical analysis
We are currently working on the literature review for our master thesis. To help us with this, the university is offering additional seminars on “what makes a good literature review?” – great support!Read More Working on our literature review
Today we held out first presentation this term. During a morning lecture we presented and discussed latest academic papers.Read More First presentation of term
Just finished my first lecture of the summer term during which we will write our master thesis. According to our professor, the thesis is going to be “the most challenging piece of work we have undertaken so far”. I’m exited to get started. 🙂Read More Start of the new term
Hello to all our readers out there! The Lent term, our second term here in Lancaster, started just a couple of weeks ago. For this term, every student could choose four modules out of 13 very interesting courses according to individual interests. I decided to concentrate on Finance modules and took Advanced Corporate Finance, Advanced Investment […]Read More February 2015 – New Modules, new groups, new learnings.
Happy new year to our readers out there! Here at Lancaster our year does directly start with a big challenge: Four exams in four days. I’m glad we had some courses on time management and efficient learning techniques earlier this term, otherwise this workload would be difficult to handle. During the first days of the […]Read More January 2015: Begin the year with a challenge