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For temporary absence and international students wishing to maintain eligibility for domestic PhD tuition.
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Our policy on minimum English language requirements and development opportunities.
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Information for students wishing to become a candidate for a higher doctorate.
Intellectual property: A guide for students
Guidelines on our stance on intellectual property created by staff and students.
PhD Statute and guidelines
The statute and guidelines governing PhD degrees.
PhD with creative practice
Our policy for a creative practice component to be included in a PhD.
The award of a posthumous doctorate in the event of the death of the candidate prior to the completion of their degree.
Registration forms for and doctoral and PhD candidates.
Our policies on research and dealing with misconduct in research.
Information on the PReSS account and resources facilities available to doctoral candidates.
Student Academic Conduct Statute
Academic misconduct and outlines associated investigative procedures and penalties.
Our policy on subject areas for PhD candidates and procedures for changing subject areas.
The requirements and responsibilities of supervisors and students.
Third Party Copyright Guidelines
Guidelines on including third party copyright works.
Thesis and dissertations
Guidelines on presentation and submission, editing and proofreading, embargoing and supervision.
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