|Research & Postgraduate Studies|
Internships or Postgraduate positions are ways of becoming more engaged in our activities.
Internships are short projects for 2-6 months for undergraduates to work with the research group on an health industry orientated project. They are typically funded by a partner organisation who want some particular piece of research completed. The projects are supervised by one academic staff member and a representative from the partner. The work is done both at the partner's premises and at the University.
Postgraduate positions are for either a Masterate or Doctorate degree for 2 or 3 years respectively. Applicants have to show they have an acumen for research through their undergraduate academic record or significant industry experience. If you are returning to study after an extended amount of time in the workforce then satisfactory results of studies in a coursework Masters degree will be accepted as entry criteria.