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Postgraduate

Broaden your horizons with a postgraduate qualification in engineering, computer and mathematical sciences

The Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences offers a range of Postgraduate Coursework programs that are informed by cutting edge research and underpinned by quality teaching.

Based on the University's North Terrace campus, students will have access to state-of-the-art facilities and learn from expert staff who are leaders in their field. Professionals wishing to strengthen their knowledge in a specialised area can also benefit from our industry knowledge and links.

Programs are delivered in traditional semester blocks and most programs can be undertaken on a full or part-time basis to accommodate your needs.

Masters, Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate study can be undertaken in a range of discipline areas:

Computer Science
Engineering
Mathematical Sciences

Postgraduate research degrees are specialised and research-intensive and based more around one-on-one interactions with a supervisor. Our Higher Degrees by Research can help you make an impact in your chosen area of study.

Further information about postgraduate research is available on the University's Postgraduate Research Degrees website and follow the links for specific entry requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy or Master of Philosophy.

  • A quick guide to applying for admission

    If you are interested in becoming part of this rich research environment, you are encouraged to submit an expression of interest.

    In order to make an initial assessment we ask that you follow the below instructions carefully and a School Postgraduate Coordinator will endeavour to reply to you within two weeks if you are eligible for entry and a suitable supervisor for your topic is available.

    Please be advised that due to the high volume of emails we receive, we regret that we are unable to reply to all enquiries.

    Next Steps

    Further information on the application process and for admission and scholarship deadlines, please visit the Adelaide Graduate Centre website.

    Once you have completed Step 4 Identify an Area of Research and Supervisors of the application process,  follow the below steps:

    • Complete an Expression of Interest Form
    • A Postgraduate Coordinator assesses your expression of interest
      • If you are deemed eligible and competitive, the Postgraduate Coordinator helps you to liaise with an appropriate Supervisor
    • Suitability Assessment
      • Your potential supervisor will be in touch and begin liaising with you
      • A face-to-face or Skype interview may be arranged
      • You will be asked to write a 2500 word Research Proposal
    • Progress to Step 5 Submit an Application through the Adelaide Graduate Centre
  • Resources
    • Scholarship opportunities and application dates are available on the website.
    • Refer to the SCImago website for an easy tool to use to identify quality journals and number of citations
    • Google Scholar or Scopus provide a simple way to broadly search for peer-reviewed scholarly literature
    • Use Orcid to uniquely identify scientific and other academic authors and contributors
  • Scholarships - How to be competitive

    Securing a scholarship is highly competitive. Generally, those who win a scholarship have exceptional academic results from a highly ranked institution (<200 world-wide) or are able to demonstrate an equivalent research background through outstanding references and high quality, first-author papers in international journals (Impact Factor at least 1.0).

    If you too have excelled in your studies, we encourage you to apply for scholarship as part of your application.

Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Level 1, Ingkarni Wardli

THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE
SA 5005 AUSTRALIA

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