Information regarding Postgraduate Research can be found on the Postgraduate Research tab in the Student Digital Workspace (SDW), such as Forms, Academic Policies, Scholarships, Turnitin, Ethics, and Seminars.
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Refer to our brochure for details of available postgraduate supervisors.
All international PhD candidates will be treated as if they are residents and pay only domestic fees if they are:
a) enrolled in a PhD programme at a New Zealand university
b) supervised by a leading researcher, and
c) resident in New Zealand for the duration of their study.
Download an outline of the faculty’s doctoral processes (Admission, Progression and Confirmation of Candidature).
Completed, signed PGR forms and review forms are to be submitted electronically in PDF format with any required attachments, no later than 4pm on the agenda close off day (see below). Postgraduate forms can be found here.
|Agenda closes||PGRC meeting 2019|
|25 January||15 February|
|22 February||15 March|
|29 March||18 April||PGR8 progress reports due|
|26 April||17 May|
|31 May||21 June|
|28 June||19 July|
|26 July||16 August|
|30 August||20 September||45/60pt research PGR8 due|
|27 September||18 October||PGR8 progress reports due|
|25 October||15 November|
|22 November||13 December|
These guides cover such information as a timeline of processes for enrolment, research proposals, ethics proposal and progress reports, PGRC submission procedures, presentation options, examination checklist, graduation requirements, and resources for students.
The following documents are for doctoral students completing their PGR9 Confirmation of Candidature. There is a guideline to completing the form, plus qualitative and quantitative exemplars for each school.
The Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology provides support for all quantitative research activities within the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences.
Regular BIOSTATISTICS CLINICS are held weekly for the benefit of postgraduate students and academic researchers. The purpose is to provide you with an opportunity to talk to a biostatistician about your existing or planned research project. Statistical advice will focus particularly on the study design, data management and data analysis plans. New postgraduate students planning their research projects are particularly welcome and are encouraged to attend with their supervisor.
Clinics are held either on the North Campus or at AUT Millenium. Biostatistical support is also available on the South Campus by prior arrangement.
Interested attendees are encouraged to book a time slot (usually one hour).
For clinic times or to book a place, see the Biostatistics Clinic webpage, or contact them on firstname.lastname@example.org
Authoring an article is exciting and rewarding and is central to the reputation of the individual and of the University. Students intending to submit a PGR1 or PGR9 to the Postgraduate and Research Committee must also submit a signed Postgraduate Research Student Authorship Statement.
Workshop slides (PDFs) for download:
A summary checklist for students finalising a thesis, dissertation or practice project after examination in order to complete requirements for graduation.
Postgraduate Head: Dr Michael Petterson
Postgraduate Administrator: Adrienne Nathan
Postgraduate Head: Associate Professor Matt Carroll
Postgraduate Administrator: Julie Balloch
Postgraduate Head: Dr Stephen Brown
Postgraduate Administrator: Vicki Tennant
Postgraduate Head: Dr Julia Ioane
Postgraduate Administrator: Anni Krageloh
Postgraduate Head: Dr Michael Naylor
Postgraduate Administrator: Jacqui Pratt