More information on school-specific resource allocations can be found on the resources page.
The acceptance of a research student into a School implies that the School agrees to provide a sufficient level of support to enable the student to complete the initially agreed program of research and study, as well as any agreed variations.
This support includes adequate supervision, provision of adequate resources and facilities, appropriate accommodation and funds for field work.
The specific responsibilities of Heads of School, Graduate Research Coordinators and Supervisors are outlined in the University policy on Graduate Research Training (supersedes the Code of Good Practice for Graduate Research Supervision).
The Infrastructure Guidelines for the Support of Research Higher Degree Candidates below set out in detail the expectations of the University with respect to provision of resources to graduate research students.