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Policies relating to entry requirements for University of Auckland doctoral degrees, including the PhD.
Policy and procedure covering confirmation, continuation and other changes to doctoral candidature.
English language requirements
Our policy on minimum English language requirements and development opportunities.
Extraordinary Circumstances and Posthumous Award
The award of doctorate in the event of extraordinary circumstances or the death of a candidate prior to completion of their degree
Policies and procedures for examinations and examiners.
Health and Safety
Why health and safety is important for students.
Information for students wishing to become a candidate for a higher doctorate.
Intellectual property: A guide for students
Guidelines on intellectual property created by staff and students.
Information around short-term off-campus research periods and maintaining eligibility for domestic PhD tuition fees.
The statute governing PhD programmes.
Our policies on research capacity and dealing with misconduct in research.
Policy, procedure and guidelines surrounding resources and support for doctoral candidates, including Postgraduate Research Student Support (PReSS).
Student Academic Conduct Statute
Academic misconduct and associated procedures and penalties.
Our policy on subject areas for PhD candidates and procedures for changing subject areas.
Requirements and responsibilities for supervisors and their students.
Third Party Copyright Guidelines
Guidelines on including third party copyright works.
Requirements for presentation and submission, editing and proofreading, embargoing and supervision.
Procedures for appeals relating to doctoral candidature and examinations.
Doctoral complaints and disputes
Information about complaints and disputes for anyone on a doctoral programme, from the PhD to our named doctorates.
Information and forms specific to our named doctorates.
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