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Eligible documents include certified copies of your birth certificate or passport showing personal information and photo, and visa pages where applicable.
Domestic applicants who have completed prior studies in a language other than English are required to provide evidence of English proficiency.
Attach documentation (evidence of English language proficiency)
Your resume should contain details of any relevant employment experience as well as publications and other achievements (ie awards, prizes).
Complete as much as you can of the research degree skills audit (PDF file, 696.57 KB) and attach it as a supporting document to your application.
Once you've started your research degree, you'll discuss the skills audit with your supervisor or faculty advisor at the beginning of your candidature. You'll identify your strengths and any gaps in your skills, along with your learning objectives and career goals. This will help you plan your coursework and any other training requirements.
The skills audit does not determine your eligibility for a research degree.
In addition to our main research scholarships, the following scholarships are available to specific cohorts. Check the scholarships for their specific eligibility requirements:
If you are eligible for one of the scholarships, tick the box(es) to be considered:
Need more information? Read Step 4: Check if you're eligible for a scholarship.
If you're applying for scholarships you must submit:
Please obtain an official letter from your prior institution listing milestone dates, any leave of absence taken, scholarships received, and total consumed load to confirm your Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) entitlements (previously Research Training Scheme).
You are also required to attach evidence of satisfactory progress (eg. most recent progress report).
Complete this section if you want to apply for academic credit towards your new course. For more information, see Credit for prior learning.
Any compulsory units approved may reduce your course duration.
If you want to work with a supervisor who is not a QUT staff member, please submit a completed a Memorandum of Understanding between External Institution and QUT.
External supervisor's memorandum
If you want to complete your research degree with QUT while based at another institution, please submit a completed Memorandum of Understanding between External Associate Supervisor and QUT.
External organisation memorandum
Need more information? See Step 5: Agree on a supervisor with your faculty for Memorandum of Understanding form templates.
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By submitting this application I agree to comply with the rules of Queensland University of Technology that apply to me and as documented in QUT's Manual of Policies and Procedures. I further agree that I am subject to and must comply with any policies or procedures of the University governing my conduct as a research student, and academic matters affecting my studies, including but not limited to QUT's:
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