The University of Sydney attracts some of the best students in Australia. With this privilege comes a responsibility to provide the highest quality learning and teaching. Through the interaction of research students with each other and academic researchers, the University offers more opportunity for collaborative endeavours that lead to innovation.
Membership of the Sydney Health Policy Network is open to postdoctoral fellows and postgraduate research students enrolled at the University of Sydney conducting research in health policy and its related disciplines.
Becoming a PhD student:
- Read the admission requirements to Higher Degree by Research (HDR)
- Find a Research Opportunity by using Research Supervisor Connect OR contacting Sydney Health Policy Network Members directly to discuss a project
- Submit an application
N.B. Specific entry requirements vary from course to course. You should check the entry requirements for your preferred course by contacting the postgraduate advisor in the relevant faculty or department. If you are not appropriately qualified, you should consider taking a postgraduate coursework program.
For research supervisors
Research Supervisor Connect is a web-based tool for the recruitment of research higher degree students (principally PhD and Research by Masters). Specifically, it allows students to match their research interests to the available research opportunities and supervisors.
to publish your research opportunities online.