Doctor of Philosophy (Technology) (DPHTEC)
About the Course
A supervisor or supervisors shall be appointed with the approval of the University. Subject to the general direction of the Dean, supervisor(s) will provide direction and advice to the candidate.
Applicants into this course are required to provide: referees reports, research proposal outline (400-600 words), certified academic transcripts and other supporting documentation.
You must have completed the equivalent of an Australian Bachelor degree with second class Honours, or other qualifications and/or experience equivalent to this degree.
If you are a domestic student applying for a Masters or PhD program and/or a Scholarship, you will need to attach:
If you are an international student, please contact the International Office to enquire about additional requirements for applications.
The Doctor of Philosophy (Technology) is for students interested in researching topics relevant to one of the areas listed below:
Other Information Technology
Engineering and Related Technologies
Desert and Tropical Built Environment
Other fields of Engineering and Technology
Architecture and Building
Architecture and Urban Environment
Natural and Physical Sciences
Condensed Matter Physics
Physics and Astronomy
Other Natural and Physical SciencesThere are English Language Requirements for International Students.
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