Postgraduate research annual review: Introduction
An introduction to the annual review for postgraduate research students.
Postgraduate research students [PhD, MPhil] are required to complete an annual progression review. The first progression review will take place for all students within 9 to 12 months of their enrolment. Students must participate in a review meeting and may be required to make a written submission and/or prepare an oral presentation. Progress is then assessed annually until thesis submission (or more frequently if recommended by the Postgraduate Director).
- Timescales are the same for full and part-time students.
- The progression report must be completed in EUCLID with the participation of the student's supervisors and Postgraduate Director.
- The University's Guidance for Research Students provides guidance on how the annual review should be conducted.
- Your School's guidance will be published on the Research page of your student record in your MyEd portal.