Information for Master’s degrees by thesis
The Wellington Faculty of Graduate Research is responsible for the governance of our Master’s by thesis programmes.
The Wellington Faculty of Graduate Research (WFGR) is responsible for the governance of all the Master’s by thesis programmes. The normal, ongoing management of Masters by Thesis candidates where the value of the thesis is 90 points or more the candidature is the responsibility of the Wellington Faculty of Graduate Research.
If you are interested in enrolling for a Master’s degree, you should contact one of Victoria University of Wellington’s academic faculties or schools directly for more information. Applications should be made online via the Masters Programmes webpage.
Documents that you may need to refer to include the Master’s Thesis Regulations and the Minimum Resources Agreement.
Information for Master’s by Thesis students
While the majority of this website is written for doctoral students, some sections also apply to Master’s by thesis students.
- You may find it helpful to read our guide to supervision which covers the responsibilities of both supervisors and students.
- You will be expected to submit progress reports at key points in your candidature.
- Many of our workshops and seminars for doctoral students are also open to Masters students.
- You should also read our information on resourcing, wellbeing and funding options.
Converting from a Master’s to a PhD
In some cases, it may be possible for Master’s by thesis students to upgrade to a PhD.
Master’s thesis and research portfolio examinations
Here you will find information on how to submit your thesis or research portfolio.