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Induction and Orientation
for all new students
Theory & Methods Course
A series of 2-hour seminars are offered in the Autumn and Spring terms
Many students will, as part of their studies, be required to undertake fieldwork. There are a number of procedures that you must follow when preparing for and carrying out fieldwork.
Social Sciences Division Code of Practice on Supervision
Based on Education Committee requirements, this Social Sciences Division Code of Practice is posted for the attention of all CSLS research students and their supervisors.
Funding for Research
Financial support from the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies and from the Faculty
At Oxford, the primary educational emphasis is on the one-to-one relationship with your supervisor(s), who will provide you with feedback on your progress Informal and focused feedback is obtained during supervisions when your supervisor will relay comments on work you will have submitted to him or...
Introduction to the ethical review process and the Central University Research Ethics Committee (CUREC)
Transfer to DPhil status
By the end of the fourth week of your third term as a PRS, you need to apply to transfer to full DPhil status. This transfer requires successful completion of the Qualifying Test.
Confirmation of Status
Application not normally made earlier than the sixth term, but normally must be completed no later than three terms after the Qualifying Test.
Format for Theses
Format for all these submitted by graduate students enrolled with CSLS/Law Faculty