Research at the University occurs within the context of numerous administrative structures serving a variety of purposes such as governance and management, setting and enforcement of standards, ensuring quality, and providing support to researchers. The Research Degree Framework aims to detail the processes of development, implementation, and monitoring of all research based postgraduate study in the University. The Framework defines the roles and responsibilities of administrators, faculty, and students with respect to the official policies, procedures, and structures of the University governing all aspects of research degrees. The Framework incorporates or refers to the Research Policy Handbook and the Wheel of Academic Law to clarify sections relevant to research degrees.
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