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International
This programme supports postgraduate researchers to develop the key skills needed for a Master's degree or PhD. It will help you to manage your research project effectively, understand the importance of intellectual property and build positive relationships with your doctoral supervisors.
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International
In these courses, students and researchers thinking of commercialising their research are challenged to consider issues such as their goals, the viability of their idea, routes to market, and how to mobilise people and finance.
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ANZ
This programme prepares Master’s and PhD candidates to face the ethical challenges of their research. It provides guidance on how to work ethically in different circumstances, encouraging researchers to reflect on their assumptions and behaviour.
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International
This programme prepares Master’s and PhD candidates to face the ethical challenges of their research. It provides guidance on how to work ethically in different circumstances, encouraging researchers to reflect on their assumptions and behaviour.
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AUS
Research Integrity, Second Edition provides a comprehensive overview of how researchers can meet their responsibilities and obligations, drawing on the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research (2018).
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UK
Research Integrity, Second Edition provides a comprehensive overview of how researchers in the UK can meet their responsibilities, setting out the key principles and practices of good research conduct, and guiding learners through the lifecycle of a research project.
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IRE
Research Integrity, Second Edition provides a comprehensive overview of how researchers in Ireland can meet their responsibilities, setting out the key principles and practices of good research conduct, and guiding learners through the lifecycle of a research project.
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International
These courses support Master's students undertaking taught courses or independent research and PhD candidates. They provide guidance on how to conduct a literature review and cover the latest trends and developments in research practice, focusing on the practical applications of research methods in the areas of social sciences, arts and humanities and STEM.
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International
Statistical Methods for Research is a foundation programme in Statistics, providing students with the practical, transferable skills needed to conduct statistical analysis at postgraduate level and beyond. This version of the programme, designed for researchers in the Biomedical Sciences, illustrates the theory with examples relevant to this discipline.
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International
Statistical Methods for Research is a foundation programme in Statistics, providing students with the practical, transferable skills needed to conduct statistical analysis at postgraduate level and beyond. This version of the programme, designed for researchers in the field of Business, illustrates the theory with examples relevant to this discipline.
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International
Statistical Methods for Research is a foundation programme in Statistics, providing students with the practical, transferable skills needed to conduct statistical analysis at postgraduate level and beyond. This version of the programme, designed for researchers in Engineering and Technology, illustrates the theory with examples relevant to these disciplines.
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International
Statistical Methods for Research is a foundation programme in Statistics, providing students with the practical, transferable skills needed to conduct statistical analysis at postgraduate level and beyond. This version of the programme, designed for researchers in the Natural Sciences, illustrates the theory with examples relevant to this discipline.
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International
Statistical Methods for Research is a foundation programme in Statistics, providing students with the practical, transferable skills needed to conduct statistical analysis at postgraduate level and beyond. This version of the programme, designed for researchers in the Social Sciences, illustrates the theory with examples relevant to this discipline.
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International
The Supervising Doctoral Studies, Second Edition offers comprehensive, flexible and engaging training in the core principles and practices of doctoral supervision to equip new and more experienced supervisors to support doctoral candidates’ development into independent researchers.
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International
These courses develop a broad range of skills essential for both academic and non-academic careers. Areas covered include intellectual property, career planning, managing projects, working with research supervisors.