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Standards agency lists red flags for research training

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Guidelines for Australian research degrees highlight integrity, safety and supervision

Fresh guidelines for Australian university research degrees say that courses must be “well developed and mature”.

Course design, research supervision, review and quality assurance processes are all covered by the guidelines, issued as a “major revision” by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency on 12 September.

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