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On-line tutorial enrolment is normally via SOLS. Some subjects with small enrolment numbers do not use this method, and information about tutorials will be given in lectures.
Grievance Resolution Procedures
This is a brief outline of the grievance resolutions procedures. Click here for detailed information. Students with issues or problems arising from their subjects should:
• Meet with the tutor or lecturer of the subject concerned to have an informal discussion and resolve the issue if possible.
• If the issue/problem is not resolved, you may lodge a form (the Faculty Grievance Resolution Form) at the Student Enquiry Center in Bld 3 within 21 days of the incident. This will then be passed on to the appropriate Head of School.
• Once a response has been received from the Head of School, if the problem is still not resolved, the student may refer the matter to the Sub-Dean of the Informatics Faculty in writing via the Student Enquiry Center in Bld 3.
• If the problem is still not resolved, the student may refer the matter in writing to the Dean of Students
To assist honours, Masters and PhD students with the writing, preparation and presentation of their proposals and theses, the School offers two research method subjects specific to mathematics and statistics – MATH907 for PhD and Masters students and MATH407 for honours students. MATH407 is compulsory for BMathFin students. Other Honours students wanting to take it should consult with their supervisor and the Honours coordinator (James McCoy). Masters and PhD candidates should also consult with their supervisors and relevant advisors. Students for whom English is a second language or who have not written topic proposals or research theses before are encouraged to consider participation. PhD students may audit MATH907 by taking topics they feel are most relevant to their needs.
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