Please read the project description carefully – some projects may have specific eligibility and/or selection criteria.
Contact the nominated supervisor to discuss your suitability and the project requirements.
Develop a Research Proposal in collaboration with the project supervisor, A good proposal shows you have a clear vision of the research topic and frames your project. The proposal should be approximately 2 pages long.
Please consider using the following structure for your research proposal:
The aims and objectives of your research
The importance of your research question to the field
Before you start, prepare your application documents
You will be prompted to upload documents as you complete the application form. It’s recommended that you use a standard naming convention for your uploads – for example, NAME_Cover letter; NAME_CV; NAME_Undergraduate qualifications
At a minimum you will need -
A copy of your passport
A cover letter outlining your interest in the project and relevant skills (1-2 pages)
A Research Proposal (see Step 2)
Evidence of your qualifications
Certified copies of transcripts/academic records and testamur/degree certificates for ALL previous university studies, complete and incomplete. A copy of your research thesis (from your Honours or Masters degree)
A Curriculum Vitae (CV), this must include the contact details of two referees
You will receive a formal written offer of admission via email. The offer will include terms and conditions of candidature and, if applicable, scholarship conditions.
Domestic candidates have two weeks to accept or decline an offer of candidature and/or scholarship, and two months to commence their candidature.
International candidates have eight weeks to accept or decline an offer of candidature and/or scholarship, and six months to commence their candidature. International candidates who accept an offer of candidature only must be able to cover all expenses associated with a research degree.