We are keen for our supervisors to keep up-to-date and supported in their supervising duties. Training opportunities, led by the University Research Office and externally, will be posted on this page.
All supervisorary teams are allocated a Research Office discussant, as an additional support for the supervisory team (as opposed to the student directly) in the event of any wider issues/concerns etc. through the course of udnertaking your supervisory duties. Supervisors are also welcome to contact email@example.com for any generic queries.
Supervisors and their students are also encouraged to attend and participate in the University wide seminars and events. Full details can be found on the events page.
Plymouth Marjon University PhD and MPhil programmes are accredited by the University of Chichester. Full details of the relevent policies can be found via the following links.
Univerisity of Chichester Higher Degree Regulations and University of Chichester Higher Degree Regulations: Research Candidature and Supervision
Research Ethics Policy & Code of Conduct
PGR Handbook (, 383 kbs)
Training & Events
Plymouth Marjon University holds an institutional subscription with Vitae, a training resource which includes valuable information for researchers & supervisors. All supervisors should register with Vitae here, using your institutional email address. The Research Office will share regular updates and training materials with supervisory teams and students.
All researchers at Marjon are encouraged to register with Research Professional, through our institutional subscription. Click here to register.
All PGR documentation and forms are available via the PGR Student Dashboard. The following forms are also available below for supervisors. Details around these forms can be found within the PGR Handbook.
Form 1 - Registration (, 109 kbs)
External Supervisor Agreement (, 93 kbs)
PGR Induction Checklist (, 92 kbs)
Form 2 - Annual Review (word .doc, 94 kbs)
All PGR students will be requested to complete progress reports on an annual basis (end of May). Students are encouraged to maintain a Personal Progress Log throughout the year to assist with the Annual Review.
Form 3 - Major Review (, 96 kbs)
All PGR students are required to undertake a Major Review (end of Feb). This must be successfully completed for a student to continue on their PhD programme.
Form 4 - Changes to Supervisory Team (word .doc, 94 kbs)