Submitting your first year report. Deadlines and format. If you were admitted to a doctoral research programme in this Faculty from October 2013 onwards, you will undergo a probationary review (formal assessment of progress and recommendation regarding registration) towards the end of your probationary period.
Other engineering or related courses; First year review. The first-year report is submitted at the end of the first year and students must demonstrate satisfactory progress at the end of the first year before they can continue with the final two years of the PhD. Information about the review can be found in the Engineering Department Student.
Students applying with a taught Masters degree from Cambridge are expected to have achieved a mark of at least 70 percent overall on their programme. Open Days. The University of Cambridge will be hosting its Cambridge Postgraduate Open Day on Friday 1 November 2019. Visit the Postgraduate Open Day page for more details.
You need to submit a report as part of the first year probationary review assessment process, as well as attending the compulsory elements of our training programme. You can find detailed information regarding the first year probationary review here. This webpage includes important information that is specific to the Chemistry Department.
First-year PhD Students in the Life Sciences. This course is most effective for those who will soon be starting to write their First-Year Report. Further details regarding eligibility criteria are available here.
The 'first year review' is a crucial stage in the progress of a doctoral student. All potential PhD students in the Faculty are PROBATIONARY in the first year and progression to the second year (and registration for the PhD) depend on a successful first year review.
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The Oral Examination (viva) I have submitted my soft bound thesis- how long will I have to wait for my oral examination date? If you have not been given a date for your viva within six weeks of submitting your thesis, you are advised to contact your Degree Committee.
The first year of your PhD is a probationary year. It is a requirement of the University that PhD students are assessed at the end of this first year before formally registering for a PhD. You will need to write a 4-6000 word (approx) report, excluding references, at the end of this probationary year.
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For the PhD degree, not to exceed 60,000 words (or 80,000 by special permission of the Degree Committee), and for the MSc degree, not to exceed 40,000 words. These limits exclude figures, photographs, tables, appendices and bibliography. Lines to be double or one-and-a-half spaced; pages to be double or single sided. Computer Laboratory.
Some examples of solutions and mark schemes for the 2011 Part IA examination can be found here. Some papers have comments by the examiners. Papers are available for past years from 2001. Past papers for Mathematics for the Natural Sciences Tripos are also available. Click on the links below to select the year you wish to view.
Most Cambridge Engineering students take an additional fourth year which leads to the M.Eng. degree, although it is possible to leave after three years with a B.A. degree. The first two years cover fundamental principles of Engineering across a very wide range of topics: Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, and so on, with a minor element of choice in the second year.
Research Component. A condition for entering the Research Component is a high score in the Final MB Part I Examination. At the end of the first year of research, students must submit a satisfactory Year One report to the Degree Committee. The PhD thesis should be submitted before the return to clinical studies.
The Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology offers PhDs in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Research within the Department covers a wide and exciting array of activities, ranging from quite fundamental research in biology through to the traditional fields of chemical engineering.
The core papers supply the educational breadth necessary in modern engineering science, continuing the philosophy of the first year. The advanced topics studied in the second year include the dynamic forces in machine components, the behaviour of heat exchangers, control engineering, the characteristics of electrical machines, and the design of alloys.
Report Writing with LaTeX at CUED Introduction. This document doesn't attempt to teach you LaTeX but it does pick out some issues that arise when people start producing long documents. LaTeX was designed with technical reports very much in mind, so before you consider using any other method, look at the list of LaTeX's strengths first. Front ends.
This is the most advanced programme of graduate studies in Economics at Cambridge. Upon its completion, candidates are awarded a PhD degree for producing a thesis of high-quality, original, and publishable research over a period of three years.