ECU’s Graduate Research School works to enhance the quality of the research experience and culture for research master and doctoral candidates, their supervisors and schools.
We provide a variety of support and development services, including face-to-face and online training, seminars, academic events and social activities.
The research journey web pages will guide you through the many steps from your initial enrolment until you have completed your research degree. These pages provide information for research students, supervisors and research support staff.
The stages of the research journey include:
Part of the Graduate Research School, our SOAR Centre (Support – Opportunities – Advice – Resources) is a free, peer-to-peer service open to all higher degree by research and honours students.
We provide support and information with a focus on research skills training and career development.
Our services include:
In addition to the training, resources and consultation services provided by your faculty and school, the Graduate Research School offers cross-discipline training and resources to all higher degree by research candidates and honours students.
Thursday, 02 May 2019
Dr Chandra P. Salgado, Associate Professor, Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research, School of Science, shares her approach to obtaining a Masters or PhD by following a recipe for success.
Friday, 15 March 2019
Graduate research, the search for new knowledge and the impact it has on community, industry and Government sits at the very centre of ECU’s priorities. So, we greatly value our ECU research candidates and provide the best possible supervision and support to make your experience as rewarding and enjoyable as possible.
Monday, 11 February 2019
FameLab is an opportunity for up-and-coming scientists to inspire people to see the world from a new perspective - in three minutes. Participants must win over a judging panel and live audience with a scientific talk judged on content, clarity and charisma.
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