Graduate Study

Masters courses: Some like LLM and MASt have a Director of Studies as for undergraduates (see above). Most courses have a combination of taught elements with seminars, and thesis or dissertation, while research Masters simply have the latter. Whatever your course, try to develop good relationships with the faculty and your supervisor(s). If for any reason you experience difficulties, then you should consult your college Tutor.

Doctoral study: Here the relationship with your supervisor is particularly important, so it is well worth investing time and energy to establish a good relationship. If for any reason you experience difficulties, then you should consult your college Tutor. It is better to do this early and not let problems fester. The college Tutors have great experience of university faculties and doctoral supervision, and are often able to help address problems before they become serious.

Plagiarism: The college follows the university policy on plagiarism. It is a serious offence, and can lead to both university and college disciplinary procedures.

Here the relationship with your supervisor is particularly important, so it is well worth investing time and energy to establish a good relationship.