There are several steps you must complete before and during your studies.
As soon as you have been accepted as a student you must complete the University's application form through EUCLID.
If you do not do this well in advance, you will not be able to matriculate on time, and will not receive information about accommodation and other important matters
When you arrive at the laboratory, you must first make contact with your supervisor or the person designated to look after you.
You will also need to:
There are several steps you must complete as you work towards your PhD. If you are in any doubt about the requirements, contact your supervisor and/or your local postgraduate organiser.
You should aim to have meetings with your supervisor every month. It is your responsibility to organise these meetings.
Some of these meetings will be formal review meetings to go over progress. After these, you should e-mail your supervisor a minute of the discussion, including any agreed workplan and attendance at relevant Transkills courses or scientific meetings. This minute should then be edited if necessary and agreed by both the student and supervisor
Other steps include:
This article was published on Dec 14, 2009