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The MSc Diaries by Cass Business School Those are a series of videos in which 3 students of MSc programs from Cass BS share their thoughts about the whole experience. They study Management, Finance and Accounting, and come from different backgrounds. It is a very interesting document for those considering applying to one of these programs.
The London School MiM in Twitter You can follow the students of the MSc in Management from London Business School in Twitter. You can get a glance of what would be studying in LBS. Also, they usually upload pictures from classes, events and people. Worth it.
Yesterday I received an offer from my new university to supervise 8 students on an MSc in Health Psychology course on their MSc dissertations. Obviously delighted and very flattered that they've put me forward for this.
Just wondered, does anyone have any experience of supervising MSc students? a) On average, how much time did you devote to per student (obviously depends on a student by student basis), b) were you paid for your time? c) How often did you meet with your students in person? (Again, depends on student perhaps!) d) Did you use dedicated office hours for helping students? e) Has supervising MSc students helped your career at all? I'm not keen on staying in academia, but I think supervising and managing others should boost the managerial aspects of my CV.