Resources for postgraduate research students
Annex K: Progression and Examination
The University's Code of Practice for Quality Assurance for Research Programmes covers all programmes leading to the award by the University of research degrees and is reviewed and/or revised at regular intervals by the Graduate School Board in order to ensure that it is effective and continues to represent best practice.
Annex K to the Code of Practice covers progression and examination and provides the following forms and templates
You should use the My Supervisions link in SDS to file monitoring review forms and records of supervisory meetings. However you can access versions of the forms using the links below. These are all in Word (.DOCX) format and you will need a word processor to open them.
Miscellaneous forms and templates
You should use the My Supervisions link in SDS to file monitoring review forms and records of supervisory meetings. Versions of some of the forms used may be accessed via the links below.
Important: guidelines on Faculty Research Ethics
Supervisor's Report 49 KB
Access to thesis form 54 KB
Notice of submission 68 KB
Student Travel Notification - completing this online form is essential for any overseas travel and/or any travel within the UK with one or more overnight stays. You may not be insured otherwise.
Non £ sterling expense claim 2.85 MB
If you have successfully completed a research degree at Kent it is required (from 01/09/2014) that you submit an electronic copy of your final thesis to the Kent Academic Repository (KAR) prior to the award of your degree.
Find out more: Digital deposition of theses
Researcher Development Assessment
All new research students are required to undertake the Researcher Development Assessment, which involves considering their existing portfolio of skills as well as those that they wish to develop.
This skills audit includes a consideration of skills that students might need for their chosen career.
Identifying training and development needs at this early stage puts students in the strongest possible position to progress effectively with their research.
The Graduate School provides various resources to support all graduate students during their time at Kent and beyond.
- General information for Faculty of Sciences PGRs
- The University is a member of the consortium running the London Taught Course Centre for PhD students in the Mathematical Sciences.
- PhD students in Statistics may be able to participate in the Academy for PhD training in Statistics (APTS).
- Transferable skills training