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Feedback and advice

There are a number of avenues for you to provide feedback on your experiences at ECU and make suggestions for improvements.

For example:

  • the annual In-progress Research Experience Questionnaire
  • the biennial Training Needs Analysis survey
  • your semester progress report allows you to:
    • identify training requirements;
    • identify issues affecting progress and develop a plan, with your supervisors, to deal with these; and
    • make a confidential comment to the Dean, Graduate Research School regarding issues that you‘ve not been able to resolve with your supervisors, postgraduate coordinator, Head of School or Associate Dean (Research and Higher Degrees).

You can also provide feedback at any time to the Research Support staff or directly to the Graduate Research School using the Higher Degree by Research Feedback Form.

It’s important that you seek advice on issues related to your research and enrolment. While your supervisors will normally be your main source of advice, you may also seek advice from the following:

  • academic and administrative research support staff;
  • the Graduate Research School;
  • ECU’s support services and resources;
  • The SOAR Centre; or
  • Student central.
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