Academic Supervisor

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Academic Supervisor

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Academic Supervisor


insert or his or her successor, appointed under Clause 9.2.

Russell Studentship Agreement (Lambert)

This agreement can be used to record the terms of collaboration of a post-graduate studentship between a university and a student. It determines the funding and conduct of the studentship in addition to the specifics surrounding the project to be undertaken by the student.

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