Your doctoral study is a shared responsibility. The university, at the overarching level, provides frame works, policies, regulations and codes of conduct that set you up for success in your doctoral programme. Within those management structures lie a range of units, such as graduate research schools, and departments, as well as a number of individuals, such as deans and supervisors, all of whom will be responsible for establishing processes and creating arrangements that contribute to your success. You, of course, are the central player in this arrangement. Getting alongside the armoury of support at your disposal requires certain responsibilities from you, just as it provides you with certain rights.
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