Supervision guides and resources

Supervision generally involves regular one-on-one meetings, group discussions and email correspondence to discuss all aspects of research from a project's development, through to its execution and publication. It is the responsibility of the supervisor to provide ongoing research supervision and maintain a professional relationship at all times throughout their students' candidature. In turn, students are expected to use the resources available, including their supervisor, in a professional manner and initiate communication with relevant staff and supervisors of their own accord.