Seek answers to your own questions, make an original contribution to knowledge and enhance your career prospects and future opportunities with a research degree, or Higher Degree by Research (HDR).
With 26 research fields ranked at world standard or above (Excellence in Research for Australia), you will easily find a research expert at 美博白菜中心论坛 to guide you on your journey to research excellence.
With quality supervision, scholarship opportunities, project funding and skills development, an HDR at 美博白菜中心论坛 opens many doors to future opportunities.
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美博白菜中心论坛 provides assistance at every stage of research, in an environment conducive to research excellence.
Graduate research development
We'll help you to build essential core competencies and the skills you need to successfully complete a research degree.
Dedicated Liaison Librarians support researchers through each phase of the research lifecycle.
Student support and wellbeing
You'll find a range of services to support your wellbeing while you study including confidential counselling and disability services.
Activities, clubs and events
As a graduate research student you'll have opportunities to have fun and connect with others through clubs, events and associations such as the Postgraduate Student Association.
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