Come along to a Higher Degrees by Research Information Session at the Burwood, Waurn Ponds or Cloud Campus organised by Deakin's Graduate Research Academy.
This information session is aimed at all prospective students such as current Honours students, 3rd and 4th year undergraduate students, Masters students and anyone who is interested in completing a higher degree by research at Deakin.
The session will cover:
What are research degrees?
What are the eligibility and admission requirements?
How do I find the right supervisor for my project?
What is the structure and course requirements of a research degree?
What scholarships are available and how do I apply?
What are the career pathways after completion?
Attendees will also have the chance to speak directly with staff from the Higher Degrees team and a current HDR student at Deakin.
Date: Wednesday 27th September 2017
Time: 3.30pm to 4.30pm
For students who cannot attend in person, please dial into the virtual meeting point number below.
For further information and instructions about how to dial in, please see "Videoconferencing at Deakin".
The Deakin Graduate Research Academy (GRA) provides opportunities for HDR students and academic researchers at all levels to expand their skill set and support their continuing professional development.
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