This session is a unique opportunity for all doctoral researchers to receive integrated support from the Registry Assessment Records Team, the Graduate School and the Library’s Open Access Team.

It has two parts you can attend separately or together (about 60 minutes each, depending on questions). If you want to attend both parts, please register separately.

Please note that this session is not for credit and will not count towards the attendance requirement.

Research Communication Professional Development Courses

Q&A Part 1: Registry Assessment Records Team

This session is a unique opportunity for all doctoral researchers to receive integrated support from the Registry Assessment Records Team, the Graduate School and the Library’s Open Access Team.

It has two parts you can attend separately or together (about 60 minutes each, depending on questions). If you want to attend both parts, please register separately.

This session is not for credit and will not count towards the attendance requirement.

Part 1: Registry Assessment Records Team

This session will provide students with an overview of the key final stages of their research degree programme, and associated College regulations, policies and procedures. This includes:  

  • Arrangements for your writing up period
  • Confirming your entry for examination, and the examiner nomination process
  • Submitting your thesis for examination
  • Viva examination procedures and result outcomes
  • Final thesis and award

Dates

  • Dates for the 2020-21 academic year will be available to book in due course.

Q&A Part 2: Open Access Team (Library)

Part 2: Open Access Team (Library)

The session aims to explain further what happens to your thesis upon successful completion.

  • The requirement to make your thesis Open Access via the College’s open access repository for research, Spiral.
  • Open access and dissemination of your research
  • What Embargoes can I use for my thesis online?
  • Creative Commons licences for your thesis

Please note that this session is not for credit and will not count towards the attendance requirement

Dates

  • Dates for the 2020-21 academic year will be available to book in due course.