Graduate Supervision System
The Graduate Supervision System (GSS) is used by supervisors each term to review, monitor and comment on their students' academic progress and to assess skills and training needs. Students are given the opportunity to contribute by commenting on their own academic progress.
The Graduate Supervision System will be unavailable due to server maintenance at: 17:00-19:30 on Monday 20 October; 17:00-19:30 on Tuesday 21 October; 17:00-19:30 on Thursday 23 October.
|GSS Reporting Windows - Michaelmas term 2014|
Fri 17 Oct 2014
||Supervisor reporting CLOSES for Trinity term 2014 (Week 1)|
Fri 14 Nov
||DGS reviewing CLOSES for Trinity term 2014 (Week 5)|
Mon 17 Nov 2014
||Student reporting OPENS for Michaelmas term 2014 (Week 6)|
Fri 28 Nov 2014
||Student reporting CLOSES for Michaelmas term 2014 (Week 7)|
Mon 1 Dec 2014
||Supervisor reporting OPENS for Michaelmas term 2014 (Week 8)|
Mon 15 Dec 2015
||DGS reporting OPENS for Michaelmas term 2014 (Week 10)|
Fri 26 Dec 2014
||Supervisor reporting CLOSES for Michaelmas term 2014 (MedSci Division) (Week 11)|
Fri 23 Jan 2015
||Supervisor reporting CLOSES for Michaelmas term 2014 (all other Divisions) (Week 1)|
Fri 20 Feb 2015
||DGS reporting CLOSES for Michaelmas term 2014 (Week 5)|
The closing date for supervisors in the Medical Sciences Division is two weeks after the end of full term (Friday, 4pm).
Students will receive a report of their termly supervision from their supervisor. Supervision reporting is controlled by a timetable with automatic notifications and reminders. Submitted reports are immediately available to the student, supervisor and DGS for review. Additionally, subject administrators, college advisors, college administrators and scholarship and funding administrators are able to view reports.
Each divisional Code of Practice for Supervision of research students offers guidance on the maximum number of students that should be supervised by each supervisor, the typical number of meetings per term between supervisor and supervisee, and policies for support for new supervisors: