There is a lot to learn when you are starting out as a graduate researcher. Get familiar with your course, find your way around the University and get access to all the resources you need to achieve your academic goals.
There's a lot to learn when you're starting out as a graduate researcher. The content on these pages will help you get familiar with your course, find your way around the University and get access to all the resources you need to achieve your academic goals.
- Resources for candidates
Find out about tools to help you plan and achieve more, as well as information about scholarships, fees, keeping up to date with the University and accessing support services.
- Orientation and induction
Attend orientation and induction sessions to get familiar with the campus and learn more about resources and facilities available to you as a graduate researcher.
- Mapping my degree
Get an overview of your degree so you can plan ahead for important milestones. Learn how to become an effective researcher, as well as how to access courses to support your study and career.
Facilities for graduate researchers
Graduate researchers have access to a range facilities and resources, including workspaces and labs, on-campus computers, library services and more.
Make the most out of your time on campus by getting involved in campus life, both academically and socially.