Document Repository

Last Updated 17th November 2020

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  • E-Thesis Student GuidelinesUpdated 16 November 2020

    Last Updated April 2020 - These guidelines are designed to provide support and information to graduate research students who are in the process of preparing their thesis for examination and award. It contains guidance on the submission process as well as information on the University’s E-Thesis Exam System

  • E-Thesis Supervisor GuidelinesUpdated 16 November 2020

    Last Updated April 2020 - These guidelines are designed to provide support and information to supervisors of graduate research students who are in the process of preparing their thesis for examination and award. It contains guidance on the submission process as well as information on the University’s E-Thesis Exam System.

  • Extenuating Circumstances PolicyUpdated 16 November 2020

    Last Updated 21 May 2019 - Students are expected to meet the academic demands of their chosen programme. However, they may experience a range of serious and unanticipated difficulties, which adversely affect their ability to study, complete assessments or attend their required classes and other learning activities. In such circumstances the Governing Board can enact the Extenuating Circumstances Policy, subject to the impact of those circumstances being described and appropriately verified.

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  • Inter-Institutional Co-Supervisory Agreement TemplateUpdated 16 November 2020

    An inter-institutional co-supervisory agreement is drawn up between University College Dublin, National University of Ireland, Dublin (‘UCD’) and the collaborating International Higher Education Institution on behalf of a named research student to enable their registration to a joint degree with that institution.

  • Inter-Institutional Co-Supervisory Agreements PolicyUpdated 16 November 2020

    Last Updated 25 April 2019 - This policy will guide students, faculty and staff in the establishment of an InterInstitutional Co-Supervisory Agreement. The co-supervisory agreement describes the rules and procedures to which a student will have their registration, supervision and award of a degree with UCD and another higher education institution (HEI). In some instances, the partnership may extend to include another party such as industry partner, government agency or NGO.

  • Inter-Institutional Co-Supervisory Proposal FormUpdated 16 November 2020

    This form is to be completed by the UCD faculty member who wishes to propose an inter-institutional co-supervision/Cotutelle agreement between UCD and a partner institution for one PhD student.

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  • Leave of Absence PolicyUpdated 16 November 2020

    Last Updated 21 May 2019 - The purpose of the Leave of Absence Academic Policy is to facilitate Governing Boards to support students who may require a leave of absence from their programme in order that they may return to complete their programme.

  • Leave of Absence Request - Online ProcessUpdated 16 November 2020

    A Leave of Absence is an extended period of time away from a programme of study, at the request of the student, and approved by the relevant Governing Board. Since August 2016, standard Leave of Absence applications can be made by students via their SISWeb account and these applications are managed by the appropriate College/School Office via Infohub.

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  • Progression in Doctoral Programmes PolicyUpdated 16 November 2020

    Last Updated 7 March 2019 - The aim of the Policy on Progression in Doctoral Programmes is to provide a framework supplemental to the Academic Regulations which articulates the practices and procedures associated with the transfer of students from Stage 1 to Stage 2 of the doctoral programme and the progression of students within Stage 2.

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