Marina Milosheva's ESRC-funded doctoral study focuses on young people's career decision-making and career information literacy skills.
She defines "career information literacy" as the skills needed to self-direct one's career development in the Information Age. This process includes accessing, using, and evaluating career information, learning about the world of work, and meeting personal career goals.
Her research is conducted in collaboration with the Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences (SGSSS) and Scotland's leading skills agency, Skills Development Scotland (SDS).
Marina’s director of studies is Professor Hazel Hall. Her second supervisor is Dr Peter Robertson, and her third supervisor is Dr Peter Cruickshank.