A PhD in St Andrews, Scotland…..

There can be no better place in the whole world to think and to study than the Royal and Ancient town on the East Coast of Fife. With a population of around 16,000 people St Andrews offers much to a time of contemplation. It has seven golf courses, a 600-year-old University and with its ancient Medieval Cathedral (now in ruins) a place of pilgrimage. This ancient ideal of journey and how this can refresh the mind what foundational in the Charity – Cycle for Africa. What do you do when you complete a PhD? I believe the skills that you need in writing a long thesis – daily working on small chunks of writing and reading that appear to have no final conclusion and immediate benefit – are closely aligned to establishing an effective charity – we will see!! So there it began with its home in St Andrews and beautiful Scotland.

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