A number of resources are available to provide support to current students in the Graduate School
Students on postgraduate research programmes (MSc by Research, MPhil, PhD) are eligible to apply for PRE funding to support costs associated with any of the following: conference attendance, fieldwork, archival work, publishing academic research (eg0 image copyright fees), musical performance, exhibition or equivalent practice-based output. PRE funding is allocated on a competitive basis. Applications for funding are considered by representatives of ECA's Postgraduate Studies Committee at four intervals throughout the year. The deadlines for submission of funding applications for session 2012/13 are as follows:
Applications should be completed and returned by email to the address below by the deadlines listed above.
Download the application form below:
Students who are awarded funding will be notified and asked to submit a Claim for Expenses form and their receipts to the Graduate School.
If you need to request books from other libraries, it is possible to do so online using the ILLiad system. Students can register for ILLiad through the University Library website.
Plagiarism is the act of copying or including in one's own work, without adequate acknowledgment, intentionally or unintentionally, the work of another, for one's own benefit.
All students must acquaint themselves with the University policy on plagiarism.
The international office is availalbe to help overseas students with issues related to immigration, visa enquiries, CAS's and other aspects related to studying in the UK. It is able to answer most questions and help with any problems that might arise for overseas students.
Please contact the relevant Postgraduate Secretary in the Graduate School Office for information on administrative issues related to the PhD thesis. All forms necessary to complete and submit the thesis can be found online.
Contact the Graduate School Office for further information:
Click on the link below for all Postgraduate Programme Handbooks.
This article was published on Dec 4, 2012