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Opportunities for student honours and PhD projects are always available.  We have a number of Honours, Masters or PhD projects for future students.  The links below will help you access key resources, including a template for your thesis and money to carry out your work!

Applying for a degree

Honours

Honours is an important first step towards becoming an independent researcher.  You can start at the beginning (February) of the year or mid-year (July).

accelerated Research Masters with Training (aRMT)

This is a new degree started in 2021.  The program only has a January start at present.  There is about 12 weeks of course work where you will address the United National identified Global Challenges by  working collectively and bringing your specific disciplinary skills to tackling one of the world’s wicked problems (completing units in Research Methods, Research Impact, and Design Thinking). This is followed by a research project (equivalent to the honours degree in scope and time).  Costs: Domestic students pay no fees as this degree is offset by the Federal Government Research Training Program (RTP). International students should contact the Graduate Research Office to discuss fees and options. Benefits: a globally recognised degree and the necessary qualification and skillset to apply for Doctoral studies or embark on other career pathways. If you are interested to know more about this degree option, you can contact the Graduate Research Office.

Doctorate (PhD)

Both Murdoch and Curtin Universities offer training for doctoral and masters research students.

Animal ethics forms

Guideline for your thesis

This thesis-template has some ideas for your writing.

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