Academic integrity for PGRs
Academic Integrity reflects a commitment to good study practices and shared values. It ensures your work is a true expression of your personal understanding and original ideas, while giving credit to others for their contributions.
Data management plans
A data management plan describes how you will collect, organise, analyse, preserve, and share data.
All PGRs are required to upload their final, examined thesis to our e-theses repository, White Rose E-theses Online (WREO), as a single PDF file.
Ethics review process
To manage and support research ethics, the University undertakes a structured and rigorous ethics review process.
Research in practice
During your research project, there may be practical issues to consider to keep yourself and other people safe. Read more about how health and safety, fieldwork, pregnancy and other circumstances are managed here.
Research practice overview
Research at the University of Leeds is conducted according to the principles of academic excellence, community, integrity, inclusiveness and professionalism.