What are Research Reporting Days?
Each year the School holds a Research Reporting Day, at which students are asked to speak briefly to their research in a public forum. Students then field questions from assembled members of the School as to their progress, methods and other relevant issues.
The event provides all graduate students with an opportunity to present their research in a public forum and to receive useful feedback and academic guidance. It also gives academic supervisors and program coordinators recent information on the research progress of their students.
Students can also network and socialise informally with other students and staff during the morning tea and buffet lunch (provided by the School.)
The 2012 Research Reporting Day was held on Thursday 7 June.
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Grants for LCL research candidates and HDR support
Outline of the grants and support available to Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students in the School of Languages, Cultures & Linguistics, and HDR Support services.
Comments from coursework students: postgraduate/graduate
Comments from some of our postgraduate students: Sarah Pasfield-Neofitou, Mari Morofushi, Chris Burgess, Tomiko Kato, Sachiko Yasuda, Satoko Thomas, Hitoshi Mabuchi, Helen Tse, Sanae Enomoto, Itsuko Tanaka