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Progress reports


Progress reports are vital to the University’s overall monitoring of both individual progress and programme issues.

The student should complete their section of the report and then pass it on to the supervisor(s) who will complete their section of the form. Comments must be discussed with the student and a copy made available for them. Supervisor(s) are also required to indicate any remedial action to be taken if required.

Doctoral candidates


Doctoral candidates are required to supply six-monthly reports which reflect the progress of their work using the Form PGR8 'Progress report'.

Note: Submission of Form PGR9 'Confirmation of candidature' replaces the normal report required at that time.

Postgraduate students


Postgraduate students are required to provide six monthly progress reports from the date of commencement of the thesis/dissertation, usually at the end of each semester using the Form PGR8 'Progress report'.

To access the forms mentioned above, see postgraduate forms.

Note: the content provided is a summary only. A full description of guidelines and processes can be found in the AUT University Postgraduate Handbook.

Last updated: 14-Feb-2014 6.41pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.

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