Postgraduate Education

The Academic Quality and Policy Office contributes to the development of taught and research postgraduate education at the University by contributing to policy development, working with individuals, groups and formal committees, initiating change and keeping the University up-to-date with external changes and initiatives in taught or research postgraduate education.

Relevant Committees and Groups

Postgraduate Research Regulations

Guidance for Doctoral Training Entities

Higher Doctorates

Postgraduate Taught Regulations

Guidance on Academic Personal Tutoring for Postgraduate Taught programmes

Guidance for the recruitment and appointment of Graduate Teaching Assistants             

A number of schools across the University have Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) scholarships to support their research and educational activities. These are PhD scholarships including mandatory and substantial teaching elements. The Bristol Doctoral College (BDC) has helped develop and update materials, building on established best practice, to support GTA recruitment and set-up in faculties. The materials are currently held in SharePoint and continuous access will be granted upon first visit: GTA Recruitment and Appointment Framework

Other sources of information