Read about the faculty's graduate research eligibility standards.
When should I apply?
Identify the right application round for you.
Choosing a topic area and finding a supervisor
To submit an application, you will need to have decided on your research topic and identified a supervisor.
The Faculty offers a large and diverse array of topic areas in a broad range of fields: ranging from neuroscience, pathology, biochemistry, microbiology, anatomy and pharmacology to psychology, medicine, surgery, disease research (eg. diabetes, cancer), social work, nursing, dental science, physiotherapy, epidemiology and public health.
There are a number of options available. Choose the option that suits you best, bearing in mind the entry requirements, assessment requirements and duration.
Course fees and fee waivers
- Course fees apply to international students however after meeting specific conditions, the majority of international students do not pay course fees.
- All domestic graduate research course fees are subsidised by the Australian Government's Research Training Scheme.
There are a variety of scholarships available for both international and local students including course fee waivers, stipends (living allowances) and travel awards as well as Faculty Research (Trust Fund) Scholarships.