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Full time on campus HDR students will have an allocated desk for their personal use with a computer and have access to copying and printing facilities.
Part-time and/or cloud (online) students, previously known as off-campus students, may make use of computing equipment in a multi-user workspace, and have access to copying and printing facilities.
Students are provided with basic stationary items.
Financial support is available for conference attendance, and research related expenses, from both the School and the Faculty.
PhD students are entitled to $2,000 from the School of Management and Marketing over the period of their candidature. This may be applied to one or more international or domestic conference. Masters students are entitled to $1,300. Conference presentation plans should be made in conjunction with your supervisor. Your supervisor(s) must approve applications and may indicate this in an email.Apply for funding using the conference funding application form [148KB DOC].
PhD and Masters candidates are entitled to a grant assist fund items relating to their research candidature.Students are eligible for up to $2,000 from the school during their candidature to support their research program or contribute to editing, etc of the final thesis.
Your supervisor(s) must approve applications and may indicate this in an email. Applications may be made at any time during candidature. Apply for School funding by emailing the Associate Head of School(Research) - currently Pamm Phillips. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Use the following headings in your application. Please keep it short.
These are available to assist PhD and Masters candidates in Business and Law to fund items relating to their research candidature. Funds are normally granted to assist with data collection such as survey printing and postage costs, specialist software not available from Deakin Information Technology Services, and binding of the thesis. The Faculty provides up to $5,000 for research support to HDRs.