Codes of practice
The following Codes of practice were in operation for 2022/23. The full summary of changes can be seen in the amendments to the codes of practice (PDF). The Codes of practice for 2023/24 will be published shortly.
The following codes of practice are HR-related.
|Code of practice for associate tutors, guest speakers and visiting academics involved in teaching (PDF)|
|Code of practice for postgraduate researchers who support teaching (PDF)||More information about postgraduate research at Surrey can be found on the Doctoral College website.|
|Roles and Responsibilities for faculty staff involved in learning, teaching and postgraduate research student support (PDF)|
Annual programme review for postgraduate research programmes
Unless a Professional, Regulatory and Statutory Body (PSRB) requirement dictates a specific format, postgraduate research degree programmes will be reviewed annually through two methods:
- Enhancement-oriented action plans: Data collected and analysed through the annual PRES survey will be shared with departments and used to create action plans using a common template. Action plans will be published and accessible to postgraduate research students to bring greater visibility to how their feedback is driving enhancements to the postgraduate research degree provision
- A list of active programmes with registration data will be compiled and reported to the Doctoral College Board on an annual basis. This will be used to identify any changes that might be required to the portfolio of postgraduate research degree provision.
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