Information for research students

Guidelines for probation, presentation and articulation in higher research degree candidature | Courses | Units of study | More information | Projects of current research students | Writing a research proposal | Scholarships and fellowships


Guidelines for probation, presentation and articulation in higher research degree candidature

These guidelines aim to assist HRD students and their supervisors with aspects of managing research degree candidature, specifically around procedures for the management of probation, oral presentation and articulation.

Research degrees

Units of study

Units of study for research coursework Bachelor of Nursing (Honours)

Projects of current research students

Our research students are working on projects across all areas of health care listed within the Sydney Nursing School strategic framework.

Writing a research proposal

All students wishing to apply to do a Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery are required to submit a 1–2 page (maximum 2 pages) research proposal that outlines their intended research with their application form. This proposal must be discussed with an academic member of the faculty, or your preferred supervisor, in accordance with the application procedures for candidature in a research degree.

Scholarship and fellowship opportunities

Sydney Nursing School has a range of scholarship opportunities for nurses and midwives. View the latest offers...

More information for research students

For more detailed course information on research degrees, look under the COURSES tab. Areas covered include:

Choosing a topic | Participation in research | Supervision | Applying for a research degree | Costs

For any further enquiries please contact:
David Hopkinson
Research Support Officer
T +61 2 9351 0778
F +61 2 9351 0779