This position paper provides a set of 22 guiding principles for graduate study in Ontario. Developed by members of the Ontario Council of Graduate Studies, these principles relate to graduate ...

Principles for Graduate Study at Ontario’s Universities

Published: March 8, 2017

This position paper provides a set of 22 guiding principles for graduate study in Ontario. Developed by members of the Ontario Council of Graduate Studies, these principles relate to graduate on-campus employment, intellectual and professional objectives of graduate studies, and the demonstration of graduates’ research skills. Definitions of core faculty, field, and collaborative specialization are also included.

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