Applications call for Academic Hive Research Bootcamp 2020. Academic Hive Research Bootcamp is a 2-week intensive training for scholars to develop in-depth knowledge and skills for research. The agenda covers proposal writing, data analytics, and publication hacks aimed at preparing and positioning you as a research leader in your institution/organization.
The Academic Hive Research Bootcamp aims to enhance the capacity of young scholars and researchers with a deep understanding of modern research practices and how to apply them. Participants will expose to a range of research methods, software, and resources. At the end of the training, participants will be set to publish their originally-developed research ideas and will be better equipped for a problem-solving career.
- Write: Master the art of research writing and how to apply various modern scientific methods compelling enough to win that grant or scholarship.
- Analyze: Analyze both quantitative and qualitative data using a variety of statistical techniques and analytical software.
- Publish: Opportunity to articulate findings, publish in high impact factor journals and other reputable outlets.
- One-on-one professional support based on their specific research requirements.
- Receive coaching, mentoring, and collaborate with seasoned researchers within academia and industry.
- Get help with all stages of your research, from developing a topic to preparing for viva/presentation.
- Access to research grant opportunities and funded-research positions.
- Receive an internationally-recognized certificate of participation.
- Access to a variety of customizable research and data analysis templates.
- Get a real-time database of high-impact open-access journals.
This Academic Hive Research Bootcamp is for
- Higher education/research students interested in using their thesis or dissertation.
- Early-career researchers in any location.
- Research supervisors willing to learn modern research techniques.
- Anyone seeking to do quality inter and multidisciplinary research.
- Anyone interested in fact-based (data-driven) decision-making.
- Scholars are interested in getting published in high-impact factor journals.
- Anyone interested in grant-writing and winning.