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Students who are submitting their Research and Analysis Project are required to have a Registered Mentor and will be asked to enter their mentor email details when they submit their RAP.
Mentors for the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting must be one of the following.
Students often find mentors by asking their learning provider or fellow students for advice, and some mentors provide information on-line.
This short video gives some advice on choosing a mentor
Students who are submitting their RAP must have a Registered Mentor and you will be asked to enter your mentor email details when you submit your RAP.
Your mentor can be a senior colleague at work (eg your line manager), your tutor at college or university, or a qualified chartered certified accountant.
If you have found a prospective mentor who does not fall into one of these categories, please e-mail their CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mentoring is service which is provided by a Registered Mentor, working as your personal contractor. Many Mentors may charge for providing this service. This charge can sometimes be up to £500 GBP. We recommend that you draw up a contract with your mentor, agreeing what support is provided, what you will pay and when.
You do not have to meet your mentor face to face but may, if more convenient, use some form of Video link (such as Skype). You are required to make a PowerPoint presentation to your Mentor and so mentoring by telephone will not work.
Oxford Brookes University do not endorse or recommend Mentors. We do have the contact details of some mentors, please email email@example.com for more details.
Please note, it is unacceptable for Mentors to require a student to choose a particular topic, or use a particular organisation, both topic and organisation are the student’s choice.
It is unacceptable, and may lead to an academic integrity investigation, if your Mentor (or anyone else)