Training, development and support

The Graduate School supports all Brunel postgraduates and contract research staff through the provision of a comprehensive skills development programme, workshops and networking events. Select the relevant pathway below, or use the links to the right to view current training schedules and book online.

Master’s Students


Master’s students: Develop the transferable skills necessary to succeed in your chosen course of study, improve your employability and engage in continuous personal, professional and career development.

Research Students


Research students and contract research staff: Engage in personal, professional and career development via our continually evolving programme.


Master’s and research students: Improve your skills anytime, anywhere with our Research Skills Online courses.

Research Staff

Research staff group

Contract research staff: Participate in researchers’ network forums, attend workshops, and discover opportunities for personal and career coaching.

Our Research Integrity Code

The Brunel University London Research Integrity Code (available at ) draws together the principles and supporting policies that apply to the ways in which research at the University is planned, conducted, interpreted and disseminated. This includes guidance and policy relating to Research Ethics, Research Data Management, Open Access and Publication and Authorship.

Students should consult their supervisory team in the first instance. Research students should also consult and abide by the requirements of the University Code of Practice for Research Degrees.

If you have further queries regarding research integrity and how it applies to your situation or if you feel you require additional training to help you comply with the requirements of the code, please email details to .

Research Integrity Online Module

All staff and students are encouraged to access our Research Integrity online module, available in Blackboard Learn or via the following link Further information and access to training is available through Departments and from the Graduate School.

Research Misconduct

The University has clear policies and procedures for investigation of research misconduct and these are part of the Research Integrity Code.

The senior University officer responsible for dealing with cases of suspected misconduct in research is Mr Jim Benson, Secretary to Council. He can be contacted at

Page last updated: Thursday 18 February 2016