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Collaborative provision: Research Degrees


There is specific guidance available for the development and management of collaborative research degrees, which can be found within the Collaborative Provision Policies and Procedures Parts 1 and 2.

Part 1: Development of New Collaborative Provision

Part 2: Operational Management

In addition there is specific guidance available relating to dual/joint research degree awards, with partner institutions, with respect to approved research programmes at Kent.

Co-Tutelles

The below links to the arrangements for the approval and management of collaborative research provision, with respect to existing approved research programmes of study at Kent, leading to a dual award with a partner institution (normally referred to as Co-Tutelles).

Arrangements for Dual Award Research Degrees (Co-tutelles)

 

Joint Research Awards with UK Partners

The below links to the established procedures for the admission, supervision and examination of candidates who are eligible for a joint postgraduate research award from the University and an approved UK collaborative partner institution.

Arrangements for Joint Postgraduate Research Degree Awards (UK)

Please note: joint postgraduate research awards are not intended to benefit individual students. There is an expectation that a considerable (or substantial) number of students will be interested in registering for a joint research award offered by the two institutions.

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