1 Bath Spa University Research Degree Regulations Approved by Academic Board 22 July Supervised Research Degrees 1.1 Master of Philosophy (MPhil), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Professional Doctorate, Professional Practice Doctorate The University may award the degrees of Master of Philosophy (MPhil) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) to registered candidates who successfully complete approved taught units at level H or above and/or approved supervised research The University may award an appropriately titled professional doctorate or professional practice doctorate to registered candidates who successfully complete an approved programme requiring completion of taught elements and supervised research of relevance and application to a defined area of professional practice Research may be proposed in any field of study capable of being supervised provided that the proposal is capable of leading to scholarly work and to its presentation in a written thesis for assessment by appropriate examiners. The written thesis may be supplemented by material in other than written form as set out in (below). For the professional doctorate or professional practice doctorate, the research proposal must be capable of research-based enquiry involving the understanding or application and dissemination of knowledge within a defined professional context and the acquisition and development of skills in the chosen professional field All research proposals shall be considered for research degree registration on their academic merits without reference to the concerns or interests of any funding body linked to the proposal Applicants may apply to register full-time or part-time for programmes leading to the award of Master of Philosophy, Doctor of Philosophy, Professional Doctorate, or Professional Practice Doctorate. Unless otherwise specified all applications should be submitted to the University s Graduate School Candidates accepted for registration for the degree of Master of Philosophy or Doctor of Philosophy shall normally hold a minimum of a first or upper second class honours degree of a UK university or of the CNAA, or of a university of comparable standard outside the UK Applicants will be required to demonstrate proficiency in English equivalent to IELTS 6.5 or at the level set by the subject for the award. Applicants with IELTS of 6.0 may be interviewed and offered a place
2 subject to the condition that they achieve IELTS 6.5 at the time of submitting their Research Plan Candidates accepted for registration for a professional doctorate or a professional practice doctorate shall in addition to the requirements specified in 1.1.6, have such experience of relevant professional practice as determined by the regulations for the named professional doctorate or professional practice doctorate Candidates for professional doctorates and professional practice doctorates may also be required to demonstrate that they have access to a suitable professional context in which to conduct the research and advanced study, as may be specified in the regulations for the award. 1.2 Collaboration with other bodies The University encourages co-operation with industrial, commercial, professional or research establishments for the purposes of research leading to research degree awards. 1.3 Registration, Supervision and Examination arrangements The Academic Board shall delegate its powers to an appropriate committee or committees to approve procedures with respect to the registration, supervision and examination arrangements of research students. The delegated committee is currently the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee The Higher Degrees (Research) Committee shall publicise details of the relevant procedures in the University s Research Degrees Handbook Registration shall be subject to approval by the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee or its nominees of: i) the suitability of the candidate to undertake research and, for candidates for the professional doctorate or professional practice doctorate, for applying such research to a defined area of professional practice; the candidate s command of the English language sufficient to complete the programme of work satisfactorily; i the research proposal; and iv) the supervision arrangements and research facilities A candidate shall pay the fees determined by the University
3 1.4 Nature of research A candidate shall pursue approved research appropriate to the level and nature of the award A candidate may undertake research in which the principal focus is the preparation of a scholarly edition of one or more texts, works of fiction, musical or choreographic works, or other original artefacts A candidate may undertake research in which the candidate s own creative work forms, as a point of origin or reference, a significant part of the intellectual enquiry where: i) such creative work shall have been undertaken as part of the registered research programme. In such cases, the presentation and submission may in part be other than in written form; i the creative work is clearly presented in relation to the argument of a thesis written by the candidate and set in its relevant theoretical, historical, critical or design context; the final submission is accompanied by some permanent record (for example, video, photographic record, musical score, or diagrammatic representation) of the creative work and bound with the thesis where practicable; iv) the Research Plan shall set out the form of the candidate s intended submission and of the proposed methods of assessment. 1.5 Required studies Candidates are required to complete a programme of related studies to complement research which may include taught modules or units. Candidates are required to achieve the minimum credits for taught elements as are specified for the award. Candidates may be exempted from this requirement if they can demonstrate equivalent prior experience and/or learning (AP(E)L) Where the programme of related studies includes approved studies leading to another taught award and a candidate is registered for that award and fulfils all its requirements, he or she may be recommended for that award in addition to the degree of MPhil or PhD. 1.6 Thesis The language of the thesis shall normally be English. Permission to present the thesis in another language shall normally be sought at the time of the Research Plan and shall normally only be given if the subject matter of the thesis involves substantial language and related studies and if appropriate supervision and examination arrangements are available.
4 1.6.2 For the MPhil and PhD the maximum word count for the thesis is: i) For a PhD in science, art and design practice, and practice-based music and performing arts subject areas: 40,000 words For an MPhil in science, art and design practice and practice-based music and performing arts subject areas: 20,000 words i For a PhD in social science, humanities and education, history and theory of art and design, and history and theory of music and performing arts: 80,000 words iv) For an MPhil in social science, humanities and education, history and theory of art and design, and history and theory of music and performing arts: 40,000 words Consistent with the above, where the thesis accompanies creative and /or practicebased material (e.g. novel, book of poetry, musical composition(s) or other art works) the written thesis should normally be in the range: a) 20,000-40,000 words for a PhD b) 12,000-20,000 words for an MPhil For the Professional/Professional Practice Doctorate the maximum word length will be determined as part of the formal approval of each named award, with due regard given to the balance of teaching and research components of that award. However, the maximum must not exceed 35,000 words for science, art and design practice, and practice-based music and performing arts subject areas, and must not exceed 60,000 words in social science, humanities and education, history and theory of art and design, and history and theory of music and performing arts. Note that appendices and/or ancillary data are excluded from the word count. Where footnotes or endnotes are intrinsic to the thesis these should be included as part of the word count. Where footnotes or endnotes are only used for referencing purposes these shall not be included in the word count. Candidates should follow the style sheet approved by their subject and consult their specialist subject handbook. General guidance can be found at An application from the candidate for permission for approval for the thesis to remain confidential for a period of time after completion of the work shall normally be made at the time of the submission of the Research Plan The University may at the time of approval of the Research Plan determine that a thesis should remain confidential Where the need for confidentiality emerges at a subsequent stage, a special application for the thesis to remain confidential after submission shall be made immediately.
5 1.6.6 The approved period of confidentiality shall normally not exceed two years from the date of the viva voce examination The copies of the thesis submitted for examination shall remain the property of the University. 1.7 Registration period and credit requirements The normal minimum and maximum periods of registration and credit requirements shall be as follows: Award Minimum registration Maximum registration Minimum credit requirement MPhil FT 18 months PT 30 months 36 months 48 months 60 (of which at least 40 at FHEQ Level 7)* PhD FT 24 months PT 36 months 60 months 84 months 60 (of which at least 40 at l FHEQ Level 7)* Professional / Professional FT 36 months PT 48 months 60 months 72 months at FHEQ Level 7 Practice PhD *This requirement does not apply to entrants from October The viva examination should normally take place before the stated maximum registration period Where a candidate applies to change from full-time to part-time study or vice versa, the minimum and maximum registration periods shall be determined by the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee at the time of change within the normal limits. 1.8 Suspension of registration Where the candidate is prevented, by unforeseen, unpreventable circumstances such as an illness affecting the candidate, a serious illness affecting a close family member, unanticipated or unavoidable events or bereavement that significantly disrupts progress with the research, which are accepted by the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee, registration may be suspended, normally for not more than one year at a time Requests for Periods of Suspension because of financial hardship will not normally be approved; All applications for suspension must normally be made in advance. Retrospective suspension may only be approved in exceptional circumstances;
6 1.8.4 Students may apply for, and have approved, a minimum period of suspension of three months and a maximum period of twelve months at any one time; A student may apply for, and have approved, no more than a total of twenty four months suspension. Any applications for periods of suspension that exceed this length of time may only be considered under exceptional circumstances and upon appeal to the Chair of the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee. 1.9 Resumption of Studies The University expects that when a student resumes their research candidature after a period of suspension they are fit and able to do so. The supervisory team and the Higher Degrees Research Tutor should meet with the student and confirm that the student is fit to resume their candidature before re-registration is permitted. They may recommend the student to the University s Occupational Health advisor as part of a fitness to study assessment if the student was suspended for medical reasons Students who fail to re-register after a period of suspension will be deemed to have withdrawn from the programme and their candidature will be regarded as having lapsed A student will be advised in writing that their period of candidature has lapsed and may be required to re-apply for admission to candidature before being permitted to continue their research Extension of registration The Higher Degrees (Research) Committee may exceptionally extend the period of registration beyond the normal maximum. An application for Extension of Candidature must normally be submitted at least 3 months before the end of the maximum period of candidature Approval of an extension of candidature will not normally be approved retrospectively save in exceptional circumstances A student may apply for, and have approved, a maximum Extension of Candidature of six months only initially but a student may apply for a further Extension of Candidature should this initial period prove insufficient. No more than a maximum period of eighteen months extension of Candidature will normally be approved The Higher Degrees (Research) Committee may exceptionally permit a candidate to submit a thesis for examination within the minimum period of registration for the award Transfer to Continuation Fee registration status A student will transfer to Continuation Fee status when they submit their thesis and this status will apply for the remaining period of their registration.
7 The Continuation Fee will be six hundred pounds in A student will continue to have access to University facilities during the Continuation Fee period International students must contact the International Relations team for clarification on any visa implications resulting from transfer to the Continuation Fee Supervision For each research degree candidate the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee shall approve the appointment of at least two supervisors, one of whom shall be designated Director of Studies. Both supervisors will provide evidence to the committee of their expertise in relation to the project. Students may have a third supervisor based in another HEI or other research organisation No candidate for a research degree may act as a Director of Studies. A candidate for a PhD may be a supervisor where the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee considers that he or she has completed sufficient experience of research It is a normal expectation that a research degree supervisor at the University will not exceed a maximum supervisory load of 6 current research students by headcount. Any exception to this maximum will need to be justified by the relevant Dean of School who will need to provide evidence to the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee that the overall workload and/or contract of the supervisor concerned allow(s) such an exception to be made: this normally takes the form of a written declaration from the Dean of School. It should be noted that the word current as defined above refers to students who are registered and who have not yet submitted their thesis for examination or been moved to Continuation Fee status Research Plan The Higher Degrees (Research) Committee shall require each candidate to submit for approval a Research Plan giving details of their project The Research Plan should be submitted on the relevant form within 3 months (FT) or 6 months (PT) after registration One resubmission opportunity will be allowed. Notification to the candidate of this outcome will be accompanied by feedback from HDRC. If the Research Plan is not approved following resubmission the candidate s registration is liable to be withdrawn A student who has not had their Research Plan approved within the first 6 months (FT) or 12 months (PT) will have their case reviewed by HDRC and if progress is found to have been unsatisfactory the student s registration will be withdrawn Following HDRC s approval of the Research Plan, a confirmation letter from the Graduate School shall outline the requirements of the progression
8 assessment and the approximate date of the initial progression examination A candidate who is registered for the degree of PhD and who is unable to complete the approved programme of work may, at any time prior to the submission of the thesis for examination, apply for transfer of registration to MPhil. Approval of HDRC may be subject to the committee accepting a revised Research Plan suitable for MPhil level Progression Assessment and Annual Progress Monitoring Candidates shall undergo a progression assessment which must be completed within 12 months full-time or 24 months part-time. The purpose of the Progression Assessment is to determine whether satisfactory progress on the research proposal is being maintained The Progression Assessment has two components; a progression paper is submitted by the candidate, followed by a viva voce examination by an assessment panel consisting of the Director of Studies and an independent assessor All recommendations of the progression assessors are subject to approval of HDRC One resubmission opportunity will normally be allowed. In the event of the Progression Assessment being failed a second time the student s progress is likely to be deemed unsatisfactory by HDRC and registration will be withdrawn An outcome of resubmission will require a revised paper to be submitted. A second progression viva may or may not be required MPhil candidates may request that the progression assessment be undertaken with the possibility of transferring to PhD status. In the event of a transfer from MPhil to PhD being recommended by the assessors, the approval of the HDRC will be subject to the committee accepting a revised Research Plan at PhD level All candidates shall submit an annual report on the progress of their research to the relevant school committee. For professional or professional practice doctoral candidates the annual monitoring regulation will only apply to the research stages of their studies. Supervisors shall also submit a separate annual report Format of the Thesis The format of the thesis shall adhere to the detailed requirements as specified by the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee and set out in the University s Research Degrees Handbook Examination of the Thesis All thesis examination procedures shall require approval by the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee.
9 The examination for the MPhil, PhD and for the thesis of the professional doctorate or professional practice doctorate shall have two stages: a) the candidate s submission of the thesis and the examiners independent preliminary assessment of it; and b) the defence of the thesis by the candidate by viva voce or approved alternative examination Subject to the satisfactory completion of required taught elements and of the minimum period of registration, final submission of the thesis for examination shall be at the sole discretion of the candidate Candidates who are required to have completed taught elements before proceeding to examination of the thesis shall not be permitted to be examined on their thesis until they have satisfactorily completed the taught elements. The results of assessed taught elements shall be communicated to the examiners of the thesis by arrangements approved by the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee A candidate shall normally be examined by viva voce examination on the research covered by the thesis and on the field of study in which the research lies. Where for reasons of sickness, disability or other valid cause the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee is satisfied that a candidate would be under serious disadvantage if required to undergo a viva voce examination, it may approve an alternative form of examination. Such approval shall not be given solely on the grounds that the candidate s knowledge of the language in which the thesis is presented is inadequate The decision to recommend the award shall be confirmed by the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee on the basis of the reports and recommendation(s) of the examiners following the viva voce or alternative examination and confirmation to the committee that all taught elements have been satisfactorily completed Examiners for the Thesis The Director of Studies is responsible for nominating the examiners for approval by the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee. The Director of Studies is also responsible for nominating an independent chair for the viva examination A candidate shall be examined by at least two and normally not more than three examiners, of whom at least one shall be an external examiner and one an internal examiner. An independent chair will chair the viva voce examination but will not act as a further examiner. The independent chair will normally be a BSU staff member who is an experienced researcher and who has undertaken training in the role of independent chair. Such training needs to be updated every 3 years. The Graduate School holds a list of staff currently trained to act as independent chairs An internal examiner shall be: i) a member of staff of the University; or
10 a member of staff of the candidate s collaborating establishment; or i a member of staff of an affiliated institution where the candidate is registered. In all cases the internal examiner shall confirm to the committee that they have not had any input into the production of the thesis through supervisory or other advisory means or as a member of the progression assessment panel In exceptional circumstances, and only with express permission of the Chair of the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee, a supervisor may be appointed as an examiner. Where a supervisor of a candidate is appointed as an examiner, there shall be two external examiners Where the candidate and the internal examiner are both on the permanent staff of the same institution or establishment, a second external examiner shall be appointed. This shall not normally apply if the candidate is on a fixed contract of employment of 12 months or less Examiners shall be experienced in research in the general area of the candidate s thesis and, where practicable, having experience as a specialist in the topic(s) to be examined At least one examiner shall normally have experience of examining research degree candidates at the appropriate level. It is a normal expectation that the examining team will together have an aggregate experience of 3 external examinations. Where this is not the case the Director of Studies will be responsible for providing the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee with a cover paper to the submitted examiner proposals explaining why this requirement cannot be met External examiners shall be independent of the University, collaborating establishment or affiliated institution as appropriate, and shall not have acted previously as the candidate s supervisor, advisor or progression panel member No candidate for a research degree shall act as an examiner Preliminary reports The Graduate School shall send a copy of the thesis to each examiner and the independent chair, together with the designated form for the examiner s preliminary report and the regulations pertaining to research degrees, and shall ensure that the examiners are properly briefed on their duties Each examiner shall read and examine the thesis and submit the completed preliminary report form ten working days before any viva voce is held In the preliminary report each examiner shall consider whether the thesis, prima facie, satisfies the requirements of the degree. The report shall give the examiner s recommendations on:
11 i. what issues should be explored with the candidate at the oral examination; ii. the merits and deficiencies of the submission; a provisional recommendation as to whether the proposed title is appropriate; iii. where possible make an appropriate provisional recommendation conditional on the outcome of any viva voce examination Examiners shall also be mindful of the University s policy, regulations and procedures regarding academic integrity and assessment offices Examiners recommendations The examiners shall not recommend that a candidate fail outright without holding a viva voce examination or other alternative examination Following the viva voce examination the examiners may recommend that: i) the candidate be awarded the degree without correction; the candidate be awarded the degree subject to minor or straightforward amendments being made to the thesis (in which case the examiners shall indicate to the candidate in writing the amendments and corrections which are required, and the internal examiner shall be responsible for checking that the necessary revisions have been made prior to final submission); i the candidate be awarded the degree subject to more substantial or less straightforward amendments being made to the thesis (in which case the examiners shall indicate to the candidate in writing the amendments and corrections which are required, and both examiners will be required to check that the necessary amendments have been made prior to final submission); iv) the candidate be permitted to re-submit for the degree and be reexamined, with or without a viva voce examination subject to the appropriate fee; v) in the case of a PhD examination, the candidate be awarded the degree of MPhil subject to the presentation of the thesis being amended as necessary to the satisfaction of the examiners and the thesis satisfying the University s MPhil descriptor outcomes; or vi) the candidate be not awarded the degree and be not permitted to be re-examined When the examiners recommendation is for outcomes and i it the candidates responsibility to ensure that all recommended corrections are carried out within the specified time period. Failure to do so may result in the University terminating the candidates registration and result in no award being made Where the examiners recommendations are not unanimous, this shall be reported to the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee which may:
12 i) uphold a majority recommendation (provided that the majority includes at least one external examiner); uphold the recommendation of the external examiner; or i require the appointment of an additional external examiner, once only, to participate in the examination of the candidate as if for the first time 1.20 Re-examination of the Thesis One re-examination may be permitted by the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee subject to the candidate submitting for re-examination within one calendar year from the date of the latest part of the first examination. Where the viva voce examination has been dispensed with, the re- examination shall take place within one calendar year of the date of this dispensation. The Higher Degrees (Research) Committee may, where there are good reasons, approve an extension of this period. The examiners shall not recommend that a candidate fail outright without holding a viva voce examination or other alternative examination even if their original recommendation, approved by the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee, was for resubmission without a viva voce The Higher Degrees (Research) Committee may require that an additional external examiner be appointed for the re-examination Following the completion of the re-examination the examiners may recommend in accordance with the provisions set out in Regulation excepting that iv shall not apply to the re-examination. In the case of outcomes and i the amendments must be carried out in accordance with Regulation Where the examiners recommendations are not unanimous, the Higher Degrees (Research) Committee may: i) uphold a majority recommendation (provided that the majority includes at least one external examiner); or uphold the recommendation of the external examiner Where the degree is not awarded, the examiners shall prepare an agreed statement of the deficiencies of the thesis and the reason for their recommendation to be forwarded to the candidate by the Graduate School Review of a decision of the thesis examiners Any application from students for a review of the examiners decisions should be made within 14 days of receipt of the letter informing the student of the decision. The detailed procedure and timescale for subsequent stages is given in the University s research degree handbook.
13 The Higher Degrees (Research) Committee shall establish procedures for the consideration of applications for review of decisions of examiners and for their reconsideration by examiners The Higher Degrees (Research) Committee shall authorise the Deputy Vice- Chancellor responsible for appeals and the Registrar to determine whether such applications are within the jurisdiction of a review panel The following shall be the only grounds for review: i) that there has been a material and significant administrative irregularity; that the assessments were not conducted in accordance with the Regulations;
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