Add value to your undergraduate degree by embarking on a Research Master’s in your chosen field. A Research Master's at Otago involves the completion of prescribed papers, and/or conducting independent research. Before getting started, ensure you understand what the programme involves, and what will be expected of you.
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Revised December 2016
From beginning to end
- Admission and enrolment processes
- Supervision of the thesis
- Fee information for graduate research candidates
- Perspectives on quality supervision
- Perspectives on quality candidates
- The early phase of the research
- Ethical approval
- Intellectual property
- Changes during study
- Writing the thesis
- Submitting the thesis
- The examination process
- Final submission, access to the thesis and graduation
Resources and support
- Sources of funding and scholarship support
- Resolving problems and disputes
- Policy statements and regulations
- Relevant committees
- Forms, policies and guidelines