What do I need to know/do regarding project applications?
- Read the FAQs. It has all the rules and your obligations.
- Meet submission deadlines
- Select your student
- Be available for your student
- Sign your student's paperwork
- Submit your project online by 13 July 2020.
- Your project application will be assessed by a panel of 4 members from the UOC Research Committee.
Project accepted, now what?
- If your project is selected by the committee, then sponsorship will be sought. While we do our best, funding cannot be guaranteed for all accepted projects. We will advise you if we have secured funding for your project.
- If required, provide copy of ethics current approval. You must send the Research Office a copy of your ethical approval as soon as you receive it. Your project will not be advertised to students if it does not have full ethical approval (if required).
- September 2019 - Projects will be advertised. Students will contact the project's first supervisor directly. If you are having trouble attracting suitable students, please contact us and we can look at targeting specific groups of students i.e. Engineering or Physio students.
- 25 October 2019 - Final day for student selection
- 2 December 2019 - Final start date for students
- 24 January 2020 - Final presentations
What do the students need from me?
Things to consider but not limited to:
- Workspace and equipment (as applicable). Details are in the handbook.
- Security access (as applicable). Details are in the handbook.
- Paperwork completed in a timely manner
- An inspiring example of research life
Will I need Ethics Approval?
Does your research involve humans or animals?
- If yes, you require Ethics Approval.
If you use patient information, you may require Ethics Approval.
- If no, you do not require Ethics Approval.
- If in doubt, contact the UOC Research Office for advice
Do I need Māori consultation?
Yes, all projects require Māori consultation.
Complete the online UOC Māori consultation form and you will be contacted for an appointment
Complete the online CDHB Māori consultation form and you will be contacted by the Research Office administrator
Will I need Locality Assessment?
Is the project in the CDHB? i.e. staff, facilities, records.
- If yes, you require Locality Assessment.
Contact the CDHB Research Office
- If no, you do not require Locality Assessment.
- If in doubt, contact the CDHB Research Office.
CDHB Research Office
UOC Research Office
Forms for supervisors
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