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  • School of Humanities Graduate Orientation

    2019

  • Welcome to SoH

    Assoc Prof Goh Geok Yian Associate Chair (Research)

    School of Humanities

  • Graduate Education Coordinators Chinese Asst. Prof. Chang Yuan

    English Asst. Prof. Yong Wern Mei

    History Asst. Prof. Scott Anthony

    Linguistics and Multilingual Studies Assoc. Prof. Francis Bond

    Philosophy Asst. Prof. Winnie Sung

  • Graduate Education at SoH

    Graduate Education Matters By Ivy Goh

  • Graduate Education at SoH

    https://tinyurl.com/sohorientation2019

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  • Graduate Studies at SoH

    Period of Scholarship VS

    Period of Candidature

  • Period of Scholarship/Candidature

    Extension of candidature requests need to be put up only if a student has exceeded the maximum candidature period.

    PhD Full Time Part Time Scholarship Period 4 Years Not Applicable

    Candidature Period 2 – 5 Years 3 – 7 Years

    MA Full Time Part Time Scholarship Period 2 Years Not Applicable

    Candidature Period 1 – 3 Years 1 – 4 Years

  • Graduate Education at SoH

    Graduate Assistantship Programme (GAP)

  • Students on Scholarship must perform teaching/ laboratory supervision duties to fulfil the requirements of the Graduate Assistantship Programme. If the total required hours are not met by the time the thesis is submitted for examination, the Scholar will have his/her transcript (both unofficial and official), student status letter, conferment letter and degree scroll (for graduating student) withheld until the fulfilment of the requirement.

    Graduate Assistantship Programme

    Work done under GAP and any form of paid or unpaid work

    Should not exceed 10 hours a week

    Who All students under scholarship except • Self-Funded Students • Students on Principal Investigator Funds (not

    funded by MOE) • TA-Ship Scholars

    When 6 months before graduation

    GAP Hours Submission Submit to Christina at the end of every semester

  • Graduate Assistantship Programme

    Hours done in excess of GAP

    Remuneration available at a rate in accordance to the Part-Time Appointment Scheme

    Planning Scholars should work closely with supervisors to fulfil the hours on a yearly (Academic Year) basis.

    Accountability Hours for work done can only be counted if the work is deemed satisfactory by the University

    Failure to Meet GAP Hours

    If the required hours are not met or the quality of work done is not satisfactory, the faculty or school can reduce the stipend, or withhold, suspend and/or terminate the Scholarship

  • Graduate Assistantship Programme for PhD Students on Scholarship

    Mode of Clocking GAP Hours (Per Candidature)

    International Students on non-premium scholarship (e.g. NTU Research Scholarship)

    Singaporeans and SPRs on non-premium scholarship (e.g. NTU Research Scholarship)

    Maximum % hours allowable out of the stipulated GAP requirement

    Teaching Hours/Laboratory Supervision 416 hours 208 hours 100% (Min 20%)

    Research Assistant duty, inclusive of research supervision

    250 hours (Out of 416) 125 hours (Out of 208) 60%

    Other developmental assignments 83 hours (Out of 416)

    42 hours (Out of 208) 20%

  • Graduate Assistantship Programme for PhD Students on Scholarship

    Mode of Clocking GAP Hours (Per Candidature)

    International Students on premium scholarship (e.g. NPGS)

    Singaporeans and SPRs on premium scholarship (e.g. NPGS)

    International Students on Tuition Fee Scholarship

    Singaporeans and SPRs on Tuition Fee Scholarship

    Maximum % hours allowable out of the stipulated GAP requirement

    Teaching Hours/Laboratory Supervision

    312 hours 156 hours 208 hours 104 hours 100% (Min 20%)

    Research Assistant duty, inclusive of research Supervision

    187 hours

    (Out of 312) 94 hours

    (Out of 156)

    125 hours

    (Out of 208) 62 hours

    (Out of 104)

    60%

    Other developmental assignments

    62 hours

    (Out of 312) 31 hours

    (Out of 156)

    42 hours

    (Out of 208) 21 hours

    (Out of 104)

    20%

  • Graduate Assistantship Programme for MA Students on Scholarship

    Mode of Clocking Graduate Assistantship Programme Hours (Per Candidature)

    International Students on non-premium scholarship (e.g. NTU Research Scholarship)

    Singaporeans and Singapore PRs on non-premium scholarship (e.g. NTU Research Scholarship)

    Maximum % hours allowable out of the stipulated GAP requirement

    Teaching Hours/Laboratory Supervision

    156 hours 78 hours 100%

    (Min 20%)

    Research Assistant duty, inclusive of research supervision

    94 hours

    (Out of 156) 47 hours

    (Out of 78)

    60%

    Other developmental assignments

    31 hours

    (Out of 156) 16 hours

    (Out of 78)

    20%

  • Graduate Assistantship Programme for MA Students on Scholarship

    Mode of Clocking Graduate Assistantship Programme Hours (Per Candidature)

    International Students on Tuition Fee Scholarship

    Singaporeans and Singapore PRs on Tuition Fee Scholarship

    Maximum % hours allowable out of the stipulated GAP requirement

    Teaching Hours/Laboratory Supervision 78 hours 39 hours 100%

    (Min 20%)

    Research Assistant duty, inclusive of research supervision

    47 hours

    (Out of 78) 23 hours

    (Out of 39)

    60%

    Other developmental assignments 16 hours

    (Out of 78)

    8 hours

    (Out of 39) 20%

  • Mode of Clocking GAP Hours

    Types of Service Contributions

    Teaching Hours/Laboratory Supervision

    • Preparation of tutorials and classes (incl. teaching aids, courses)

    • Conduct tutorials, classes and seminars • Assistance to tutor in teaching duties • Assignment marking • Teaching administration • Invigilation

    Research Assistant duty, inclusive of research supervision

    • Assistance to supervisor in literature search, data collection, data organization etc.

    • Assistance to faculty on research outside their own areas

    • Research administration duties Other developmental assignments

    • Assistance rendered in events (e.g. Open house, seminars, conferences)

    Graduate Assistantship Programme

  • Graduate Education at SoH

    Teaching Assistantship (TA-Ship)

  • TA-Ship TA-Ship Scholar Requirements

    CGPA Requirement 3.5

    Teaching Requirement • 3 hours starting from 1st semester • Teaching duties cannot exceed 10 hours per week • Must teach for 3 semesters • Hours are flexible as long as the student meets the

    minimum 39 hours (3 hours x 13 weeks) per semester for 3 semesters which is a total of 117 hours

    • Student’s programme, may at their discretion, engage students to teach more than 3 hours per week

    Teaching Duties Includes and is not limited to, course preparation, consultation, invigilation, tutorials and marking assignments.

    TA-Ship Hours Submission Submit to Christina at the end of every semester

  • Graduate Education at SoH

    Seminar Attendance

  • All students must attend 10 Seminars Per Academic Year

    Seminar Attendance

    Requirement 5 per semester Who All Students Proof of Attendance Submit to Christina at the end of every

    semester Failure to Meet Requirements

    Stipends will be withheld

    Types of Seminars Allowed Can be of a different discipline or different division or even from a different school (if they allow). Any seminar is accepted as all seminars are beneficial to a Graduate student’s professional development.

  • Graduate Education at SoH

    Information Research and Management Workshop

  • Aimed at providing all postgraduate research students with a strong foundational knowledge of current resources, tools, methods and practices in undertaking research in a digital information environment

    Information Research and Management Workshop

    Requirement Compulsory Seminar and tied to renewal of scholarship Completion Deadline Within the 1st year Seminar Frequency Conducted monthly

    (only need to attend one) Seminar Duration 3 hours Where to Sign Up? https://blogs.ntu.edu.sg/lib-learning/workshops/

    Library In Charge Ms Daphne Seah – [email protected] Good to know Can count as one of your seminar requirements

    https://blogs.ntu.edu.sg/lib-learning/workshops/mailto:[email protected]

  • Graduate Education at SoH

    Communications/ Writing Training Programme for

    PhD Students

  • The programme consists of three components, two compulsory and one optional. The three components of the Programme are as follows:

    Communications/ Writing Training Programme for PhD Students

    Compulsory Complete 39 training hours of communications courses Compulsory 3-minute thesis (3MT) presentation symposium organised by

    the Graduate Students Association (GSA) and Graduate College

    Optional Students who need one-on-one tutoring can schedule appointments with special tutors at LCC Communications Cube or NIE Grad Centre for individualised feedback on their writing and oral communication skills.

    Who Full Time and Part Time PhD Students When Before thesis submission

  • Communications/ Writing Training Programme for PhD Students

    S/N Course Contact Hours AU Grade

    1. HWG705 The Craft of Academic Writing (Recommended pre-QE)

    19.5 1.5 Pass/Fail

    2. HWG706 Academic Publishing (Recommended post-QE)

    19.5 1.5 Pass/Fail

    3. A901

    Speaking Academia 19.5 1.5 Pass/Fail

    Pick 2 out of 3 courses listed below – complete 39 training hours

  • Graduate Education at SoH

    Epigeum Research Integrity Course (ERIC)

  • Epigeum Research Integrity Course (ERIC) Course Code ERI701 (Duration of course – 8 hours) Who All Students Access Students to access course via NTULearn, and

    choose Arts and Humanities Track

    Before Exam Module Quiz Requirement 100% in order to attempt next level Review Course Content and Complete Module Quizzes

    20th September 2019 (Friday)

    Trial Quizzes This mimics the actual exam, students are encouraged to practice these before their final exam

  • Epigeum Research Integrity Course (ERIC)

    Final Exam Exam Date 20 or 21 November 2019 Exam Venue SBS Computer Lab

    (SBS-B1n-15) Research Integrity Website

    http://research.ntu.edu.sg/rieo/RI/Pages/Training%20on%20Research%20Integrity.aspx

    http://research.ntu.edu.sg/rieo/RI/Pages/Training on Research Integrity.aspxhttp://research.ntu.edu.sg/rieo/RI/Pages/Training on Research Integrity.aspxhttp://research.ntu.edu.sg/rieo/RI/Pages/Training on Research Integrity.aspx

  • Epigeum Research Integrity Course (ERIC)

    ERI701: Epigeum Research Integrity Course (ERIC)

    Enrolment New students auto-enrolled to course by OAS

    Passing Criteria

    100% score for module quizzes, 80% for Standard Course Quiz and 80% for Track-specific Quiz. • Multiple attempts permitted

    Completion

    • Course to be completed by first semester failing which student will be assigned an “F” grade which is reflected in transcript.

    • Students who fail will be auto-enrolled in Sem 2

    • Course carries 0 AUs.

    Validity • Certification valid for 3 years, after which

    ERIC-Concise is needed. (Details available at a later date.)

    Track Title

    1 Biomedical Sciences

    2 Natural and Physical Sciences

    3 Engineering and Technology

    4 Social and Behavioural Sciences

    5 Arts and Humanities

    Students should choose the Arts and Humanities Track.

  • Epigeum Research Integrity Course (ERIC)

    Templates available for download at: http://www.soh.ntu.edu.sg/Programmes/Graduate/CurrentStudents

    /Pages/Administrative-Information-and-Forms.aspx

    Revised Research Integrity Policy incorporates a University-level requirement for the inclusion of 3 Declaration Statements to promote good authorship practices.

    These declarations are to be inserted in all theses submissions commencing Jan 2019.

    http://www.soh.ntu.edu.sg/Programmes/Graduate/CurrentStudents/Pages/Administrative-Information-and-Forms.aspxhttp://www.soh.ntu.edu.sg/Programmes/Graduate/CurrentStudents/Pages/Administrative-Information-and-Forms.aspx

  • Epigeum Research Integrity Course (ERIC)

    Statement of Originality (Students)

    • Certifies that work done and reported is the student's own • Not submitted for a higher degree to any other University or Institution

    Supervisor Declaration Statement

    • Currently provided as a separate insert to theses/ dissertations, but now to be included within the submission

    • To declare free of plagiarism, grammatical clarity, student’s own work, honesty, integrity

    Authorship Attribution Statement

    • To be included when published materials are inserted as thesis chapters (often the result of group work)

    • Specify student’s contribution and co-authors’ contribution in the statement for each publication

    • Demonstrates proper credit and accountability

    If published materials are not inserted as thesis chapters, students must acknowledge co-worker contributions in the acknowledgement section of their thesis.

  • Graduate Education at SoH

    Plagiarism and Academic Fraud Policy

  • Definitions • Plagiarism

    ‘to use or pass off as one’s own, writings or ideas of another, without acknowledging or crediting the source from which the ideas are taken’.

    • Academic Fraud A form of academic dishonesty involving cheating, lying and stealing.

    • Facilitating Academic Dishonesty This includes allowing another student to copy an assignment that is supposed to be done individually, allowing another student to copy answers during an examination/assessment and taking an examination/assessment or doing an assignment for another student.

    Plagiarism Policy

  • Penalty Guidelines • Schools in HASS apply the following penalty policies on

    plagiarism:

    Notwithstanding the standard policy listed above, HASS reserves the right to apply other penalties, or escalate the penalty, if they are deemed to be warranted in the circumstances.

    Plagiarism Policy

    1st Offence Student will receive one (1) letter grade down and depending on the seriousness of the offence and in some cases, zero mark may be awarded.

    2nd Offence Student will be given a ‘Fail’ grade for the subject in question.

    3rd Offence Expulsion from Programme.

  • Procedures • Students are to read the write-up on academic integrity and the NTU

    Honour Code (http://www.ntu.edu.sg/ai/Pages/academic-integrity-policy.aspx)

    • Students are required to check that all written assignments are their own work and where relevant, references need to be provided.

    • Students are to ensure that they submit their written assignments/assessments with the signed declaration on the originality of their work.

    • Students are required to sign and submit the “Declaration of Authorship” form for their written assignments and other assessments.

    Plagiarism Policy

    http://www.ntu.edu.sg/ai/Pages/academic-integrity-policy.aspxhttp://www.ntu.edu.sg/ai/Pages/academic-integrity-policy.aspx

  • Graduate Education at SoH

    Confirmation Exercise Aka

    Qualifying Examination (QE)

  • Confirmation Exercise / QE

    Confirmation Panel 3 members (One chairperson and two panel members)

    Who All PhD Students and MA Students from English Programme

    Purpose To present research progress that students have made since admission

  • Confirmation Exercise / QE Confirmation Report Breakdown

    • An abstract; • A concise statement of the research topic; • A justification for the choice of topic; • A thorough literature review and critical summary

    of prevous research; • An explanation of the conceptual framework used; • An outline of the preliminary work that has been

    done; • Plans for future research work and areas to be

    explored; • A tentative table of contents for the thesis; • A workplan/timeline for the future – this should be

    3 pages in length; • A brief bibliography and a list of publications or

    presentations made during probationary candidature.

  • Confirmation Exercise / QE Reports to be submitted to Graduate Office

    1 approved softcopy

    Length of Report The report should be about 10,000 to 20,000 words with 1.5 line spacing. Include a word count on your title page.

    Panel’s Recommendation Will be conveyed by the School to Office of Admissions (OA)

    Failure of Confirmation Candidates who do not pass the QE may be required to undergo the process again within a fixed period or may face termination.

  • Graduate Education at SoH

    Thesis Submission

  • 1. *Appointment of Examiners should be done at least 3 months before the submission of thesis.

    2. Submit the Application for Thesis Submission Form. 3. Update the correct thesis title when submitting the thesis through the online system. 4. Ensure all pages are properly numbered. 5. Get your thesis checked for plagiarism via turnitin or iThenticate. 6. Examination fee will be charged as follows:

    • PhD - $214 • MA - $160.50

    7. After you have submitted your thesis, you can check this link to find out roughly when you’ll be receiving your conferment letter. http://www.ntu.edu.sg/STUDENTS/GRADUATE/ACADEMICSERVICES/Pages/conferment.aspx

    Thesis Submission Prevent delays in submission of thesis

    *The identity of thesis examiners and oral panel members are confidential to students

    http://www.ntu.edu.sg/STUDENTS/GRADUATE/ACADEMICSERVICES/Pages/conferment.aspxhttp://www.ntu.edu.sg/STUDENTS/GRADUATE/ACADEMICSERVICES/Pages/conferment.aspx

  • Unless otherwise stated, the thesis should not exceed the following number of words:

    Thesis Submission Word Limit

    *including footnotes, but excluding appendices, bibliography, maps, chats, statistical tables, graphs, illustrations, etc.

    Master’s Thesis PhD Thesis

    40,000 80,000

  • Graduate Education at SoH

    Graduation Requirements

  • PhD Candidates (Full Time)

    Graduation Requirements Before 18 Months

    Coursework Requirement 6 courses or 18 AUs

    Minimum CGPA 3.50

    Seminar Attendance 15

    Research Integrity Online Course Pass ERI701

    Information Research and Management Workshop

    Attend one session

    HWG702 (Small Group Teaching) Pass For candidates who do not pass HWG702 in time – There will be no backdating of stipend increment ($500) when they subsequently pass HWG702.

    HWG703 (Graduate English) Pass

    Confirmation Exercise Present to Panel and Pass

  • PhD Candidates (Full Time)

    Graduation Requirements

    Before 42 Months GAP Fulfil all hours Communication Courses Fulfil 39 Hours 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) Participate in 3MT

    Before Scholarship Ends (48 Months) or Before Candidature Ends (60 Months)

    Seminar Attendance 25 (for scholarship holders) and 35 (for non-scholarship holders)

    Final Thesis Submit Final Thesis

  • PhD Candidates (Part Time)

    Graduation Requirements Before 24 Months

    Coursework Requirement 6 courses or 18 AUs Minimum CGPA 3.50 Seminar Attendance 20 Research Integrity Online Course

    Pass ERI701

    Information Research and Management Workshop

    Attend one session

    Confirmation Exercise Present to Panel and Pass

  • PhD Candidates (Part Time)

    Graduation Requirements

    Before 42 Months Communication Courses Fulfil 39 Hours 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) Participate in 3MT

    Before Candidature Ends (84 Months) Seminar Attendance 50 Final Thesis Submit Final Thesis

  • MA Candidates (Full Time)

    Graduation Requirements Before 12 Months

    Coursework Requirement 3 courses or 9 AUs Minimum CGPA 3.00 or 3.50 (for TA-Ship Scholars) Seminar Attendance 10 Research Integrity Online Course

    Pass ERI701

    Information Research and Management Workshop

    Attend one session

    Progress Report Submit a satisfactory progress report from their supervisor

    Confirmation Exercise Present to Panel and Pass (For English Programme only)

  • MA Candidates (Full Time)

    Graduation Requirements

    Before 18 Months GAP Fulfil all hours

    Before Scholarship Ends (24 Months) or Before Candidature Ends (36 Months)

    Seminar Attendance 10 (for scholarship holders) or 20 (for non-scholarship holders)

    Final Thesis Submit Final Thesis

  • MA Candidates (Part Time)

    Graduation Requirements Before 12 Months

    Coursework Requirement 3 courses or 9 AUs Minimum CGPA 3.00 Seminar Attendance 10 Research Integrity Online Course

    Pass ERI701

    Information Research and Management Workshop

    Attend one session

    Progress Report Submit a satisfactory progress report from their supervisor

    Confirmation Exercise Present to Panel and Pass (For English Programme only)

  • MA Candidates (Part Time)

    Graduation Requirements

    Before Candidature Ends (48 Months) Seminar Attendance 30 Final Thesis Submit Final Thesis

  • Graduate Students Office

    Temporary Office at SSC

  • Due to limited space, allocations are subject to availability Full Time students will be assigned a cubicle, if available. Otherwise, they

    will take a long table while waiting for a cubicle to be freed up. Here are a list of items provided for all our Graduate Students:

    › Dedicated office for Graduate Students accessible only by student card › Shared Photocopier › Shared Network Printer › Pedestal drawer/Lockers for Storage › Discussion Room › Pantry

    Print and Photocopy limit – per candidature › MA (Print – 7,000 pages, Photocopy – 3,000 pages) › PhD (Print – 20,000 pages, Photocopy – 8,000 pages)

    Graduate Students Office

  • Graduate Students Office

  • Graduate Education at SoH

    Leave Matters

  • Leave Matters for Full Time Students Unofficial Leave /

    Vacation Leave Leave of Absence (LOA) Maternity Leave

    (Similar to LOA)

    • No carrying forward • No half-day leave • Stipends not deducted • Subject to supervisor’s

    approval

    • Counted towards maximum period of candidature and period of scholarship

    • Administrative fee of $53.50 per semester to retain their names on the register

    • Surrender student pass if LOA is more than 3 months

    • Subject to Associate Chair (Research)’s approval

    • Full scholarship stipend will be granted up to a limit of 8 weeks

    • Medical certificate must be issued by a medical practitioner registered with the Singapore Medical Council.

    21 days More than 21 days 8 weeks

  • Leave Matters for Full Time Students Reservist In Camp Training Medical Compassionate Leave

    • Singapore citizens only • Stipends will not be

    deducted

    • Including hospitalization and maternity leave

    • Must be supported by valid medical certificate issued by a registered medical practitioner in Singapore

    • Used for bereavement of an immediate family member

    • Taken within 7 calendar days of the death date of the family member

    • Immediate family member refers to student’s spouse, child, parent, parent-in-law and grandparent

    • Stipends will not be deducted

    Duration of Reservist 60 days 3 working days

  • Leave Matters for Full Time Students A full-time research student may be granted vacation leave subject to satisfactory academic progress of the student and approval of the School. It will be the responsibility of the students to ensure that 1. They have made covering arrangement for their teaching

    duties/assignments 2. They are not required to attend any courses during the leave

    period 3. In times of emergency, they shall keep their supervisors informed

    within 24 hours 4. They shall report to their supervisors immediately after their

    return from leave

  • Procedure for Leave Application

    Leave Matters for Full Time Students

  • Procedure for Leave Application

    Leave Matters for Full Time Students

  • Procedure for Leave Application (Other Types of Leave)

    Leave Matters for Full Time Students

  • Overseas Research/Conference Leave

    The above amounts allocated are for both overseas research attachments and overseas conference leave. Funding applications are subject to availability of funding.

    Overseas Research / Conference Leave Application

    Subject to Supervisor’s and Associate Chair (Research)’s approvals

    Criteria for Funding Application Must present a paper

    Who Can Apply for Funding? Students on NTU Research Scholarship

    Who Can Apply for Overseas Conference Leave or Overseas Research Attachment without Funding?

    All Students

    Scholarship Stipends will not be withheld during this period

    Graduation Requirements Should still be met during the timeline given

    Funding for PhD Students $5,000 per candidature

    Funding for MA Students $1,500 per candidature

  • Can I take additional courses?

    Course Registration Matters Can I be exempted from courses if I have taken an equivalent course from another university?

    What are the maximum number of courses allowable per semester?

    • 1 out of 3 courses for MA students • 3 out of 6 courses for PhD students

    • Research students may take up to 2 additional courses during their candidature (on top of total programme requirements)

    • MA Students – 9 AUs or 3 Courses per semester • PhD Students – 15 AUs or 5 Courses per semester

  • For Current Students http://www.soh.ntu.edu.sg/Programmes/Graduate/CurrentStudents/

    Pages/Home.aspx

    Administrative Information and Forms http://www.soh.ntu.edu.sg/Programmes/Graduate/CurrentStudents/

    Pages/Administrative-Information-and-Forms.aspx

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  • Questions and Answers

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