Duties of Students
Graduate School; planning when they intend to submit their thesis, taking due account of the opinion of their supervisors; before submission, clearing any laboratory area in which they have been working, including the safe disposal of surplus chemicals and other trials; maintaining a repository of all primary data concerned with the research programmer, either in notebooks or computer disk or machine print outs, for retention until any publications from the thesis have completed the relevant peer review cycles; writing the thesis is the student’s own responsibility. Students are expected to have a good command of the English language.
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Students are strongly advised to show drafts of their thesis to the supervisors so that the appropriate advice and comments may be given well head of the date for formal submission; student representation on the Faculty Graduate Research Committee is important, so you should ensure that you know who your representative is. It is important to keep written records of the work done, progress with related studies and outcomes from supervisory meetings. Together with the written reports to supervisors and, of course, any publications in conferences and journals, these notes are invaluable for the preparation of the transfer report and in writing the final thesis.