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Academic Registry and Council Secretariat

Information for Research Degree Students

The Research Degrees Office is based on second floor, room 213 Graduate Centre, Mile End campus

 
Opening hours
Monday (not Tuesdays) - Friday: 10am-4pm
Tuesdays: 11am-4pm

This page contains essential information on our services and research degree procedures for research degree students. You should read the forms in conjunction with the Academic Regulations and the Research Degrees Code of Practice 2021/22 [PDF 260KB]. The requirements for research degrees (MPhil, PhD, MD(Res), DrPS and DClinDent) are set out in Appendix 1 of the Academic Regulations. 

All students studying for research degrees are automatically enrolled in the Doctoral College. Please refer to the webpages of the Doctoral College to learn more about the support offered to research degree students by the Researcher Development Team, Careers & EnterpriseLibrary and Students' Union.
You can also find out more about funding opportunities.

Continuing students must re-enrol at the beginning of each new academic year. If you have submitted your thesis and/or are making your corrections you are still a student and must be fully enrolled so that we can award you.

Visit the Research Degrees Office or contact a member of staff

Applying for Research Degrees 

Studentships

Request a letter to confirm your student status

Request a replacement ID card (online payment)

Seek ethical approval for your research (for all research involving human participants)

Transfer from MPhil to PhD/MD(Res) (for students who registered before 1st September 2010 only)

Progression (for students who registered after 1st September 2010 only)

Transfer between full-time and part-time status

Request permission to interrupt your studies

Request permission to transfer to writing up status

 

For Students with Student Immigration Permission (formerly Tier 4): request a CAS to extend your student visa using MySIS (log-in required)

Nomination of examiners and examination entry

Thesis submission and the viva 

After the viva: award and graduation

Withdraw from Queen Mary

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