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A. Monash University Regulations
B. Summary regulation amendments by date
C. Guidelines for accreditation of centres for the purposes of enrolment of PhD students
D. Monash University (Vice-Chancellor) Regulations
E. Guidelines to apply when research undertaken in relation to employment overlaps with enrolment
F. Cotutelle and joint award doctoral programs
G. Professional doctorate guidelines/minimum standards
H. Research scholarship conditions of award
I. Conflict of interest guidelines for the nomination of higher degree by research thesis examiners
J. Faculty-specific requirements for milestones
K. Guidelines for Remote Supervision
L. Higher Doctorate Degrees
M. Joint Award guidelines for students
Again, the methodology of your work should be in strong accordance with the initial thesis and the main aim of your research. Visit the university library - the librarians might be eager to provide you with a good textbook as well as with a recommendation on how to start a cover letter . Thus, a lot of books can teach you research philosophy, so that you will be able to choose methods on your own. Moreover, it is convenient to look for someone else's thesis methodology example in the library. Remember, only deep theoretical knowledge can help you to reinforce your dissertation with firm methodological underpinnings.