Applying for admission
1. Find a supervisor within the University whose academic background aligns with your research. You may visit Research Supervisor Connect to start.
2. Contact a research supervisor either through Research Supervisor Connect or email and provide: your academic/educational background and research experience with examples such as an academic transcript your CV/resume the area of interest for your research why you believe your research topics align with this supervisor
3. In conjunction with your supervisor, develop a preliminary research proposal that outlines the subject area, objectives and significance of your research (see 'Guidelines for writing a research proposal' below).
4. If you wish to pursue your candidature off-campus, you are required to provide a written off-campus plan that includes the following: Timetable of research for 1st year. Statement of how often and when you are going to meet with your supervisors. When you plan to be on campus.
5. If you intend to study part-time, you will also need to supply: evidence that shows you will have sufficient time available to plan and carry out the research under the supervision of the University, and complete the course within the maximum period allowed for a part-time enrolment. a declaration from your employer (if relevant) confirming that you will be permitted to take the time required to effectively pursue your studies.
6. Your research proposal should be submitted along with your CV, academic referee reports, academic transcripts and other supporting documents.
7. Applications are made via the University's online application portal. When you are ready to apply, select the `Apply Now' button on the right hand side of this page. Please note - Except for IPRS and