Embarking on Your PhD Journey

By Prof. Dr. Jamal Hisham Hashim Visiting Professor at United Nations University- IIGH Former Professor of Environmental Health at National University Malaysia Making good plans and preparation for a PhD journey is just as important as starting one. Starting a PhD journey on the wrong foot can spell disaster. So, I am penning my advice and tips here for PhD aspirants

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Top 10 Maritime Research Universities

Here, we present the top 10 academic institutions which excel in maritime transport research based on the study “Seaport competitiveness research: A bibliometric citation meta-analysis”. The ranking is divided into two categories: (1) based on number of publication between 1990 and 2015 (PMT), and (2) number of citation received within the maritime research community. While the former represents the maritime

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6th International Conference on Innovation Management, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability – IMES 2018

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the  6th International Conference on Innovation Management, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability – IMES 2018, which will take place on May 31 – June 1, 2018 at the University of Economics in Prague. The deadline for full paper submission is January 15, 2018. Submitted manuscripts will undergo a double-blind peer review process. You may now upload your full paper. The accepted ones will be published in

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All about IELTS – Part 1: Exam Modules

We are starting a series of writing to help students ace IELTS (International English Language Testing System). As it is one of the most important requirement to study abroad and one of the important one for higher education of any type, we are here to help. Students face bulk of problems starting from the application procedure, sitting for the exam,

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Malaysia’s Top 5 Universities

Here are the top 5 universities of Malaysia- 1. Universiti Malaya (UM) The University of Malaya, the first University of the country, is situated on a 750-acre (309-hectare) campus in the southwest of Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia. It has more than 12000 students, and the focus on research is very high. Overall Ranking QS World University Rankings #114

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Apply for a Case Writing Scholarship

Inspiration and support for aspiring case writers Are you a first-time case writer with some great ideas? If so, our Case Writing Scholarships offer a fantastic opportunity to start your case writing career with expert help and financial support. Scholarship benefits Your scholarship package will include financial support of £1,000 ($1,200, €1,150) and a free place on one of our

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How to select a journal for your research paper?

WHY is it crucial? Mostly in developing countries, universities cannot subscribe to the world’s leading journal publishers because it is expensive to subscribe to the journals of the leading publishers. However, there exists ways to get access to them without paying. For instance, many publishers provide free access to their articles to universities in developing countries upon request. In

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Planning to pursue PhD in Japan? Here’s a typical PhD life in Japan

Here you find a simplified version of a typical (80-90%) PhD student life at The University of Tokyo, Japan briefed by a ResearchHUB team member who is about to finish his PhD soon. (a) 8:00-9:00: Wake up, shower and breakfast. (b) 9:00-10:00: Study Japanese Language (c) 10:00-11:00: In train, going to the university (This time is chosen to avoid rush

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The ResearchHUB

A platform to support quality academic research. The goal is to raise awareness among young students and researchers about the need of good research, and guide them to achieve excellence in academia. The platform is run by a team of aspiring PhD students residing in many different countries of the world.