Q. I am a postgraduate research student and I feel that the supervision I received was inadequate and that this is why my thesis has not been accepted. What evidence do I require to be granted the right to submit?

I am a postgraduate research student and I feel that the supervision I received was inadequate and that this is why my thesis has not been accepted. What evidence do I require to be granted the right to submit?


Answer

Even if there is evidence that your supervision was not of an appropriate standard, the decision of the examiners cannot be normally overturned. You may however raise a complaint about the quality of supervision through the Student Complaints Procedure which can be found at:

http://www.salford.ac.uk/qeo/StudentPolicies/student-complaints-procedure

 

It is expected that postgraduate research students will normally raise concerns about their supervision prior to submission of their thesis.

  • Last Updated Sep 07, 2017
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