Graduate program

Our Graduate Program offers a unique opportunity for research training within a truly interdisciplinary centre in the field of AMR. Our Graduate Program provides access to mentors and world-leading experts across six faculties: Engineering, Arts, Medicine, Pharmacy, Science & Art Design & Architecture.

Our goal is to provide the highest quality of training to the brightest minds, to ensure that you achieve the best outcomes.

In addition to your primary research training, you will have access to:

  • Professional training forums
  • Communication workshops
  • Internship opportunities
  • International outreach activities
  • Mentors
  • Interdisciplinary collaborations

These programs have been developed to help you advance your skills and talents beyond the bench.

Your next step in considering graduate study here is to choose the type of project that most interests you from the six portfolios below. Each of these is a priority research area in the Centre to Impact AMR Graduate Program.

You can contact us here for assistance in your decision-making. It is important to clarify your reasons for pursuing a graduate degree, your goals for study and research, and the realities of your intended career path.

You can check scholarship support  @How to apply for Monash Doctoral Program.

Are you ready to take the next step to an exciting career?

Our portfolio of projects is extensive and is organised  under the themes below

Next Steps

Please find below a set of project portfolios that summarize the ~30 research projects currently on offer in the Centre to Impact AMR.

If you are interested in joining the  Centre to Impact AMR Graduate Program please follow the below guidelines:

  1. Review the research portfolios below. Check the recommended skill set for each portfolio  and craft  a cover letter that explains how your skill set can be applied.
  2. If you have a project of your own in mind please send us a project description along with your CV and official academic transcript.
  3. If  English is not your first language then please  provide  the results of  your English Language Proficiency test. Test results older than  2 years will not be accepted.
  4. Email the below to
    1. a prioritised list of the research portfolios you are interested in
    2. cover letter
    3. english language results( if necessary) 
    4. CV 
    5. official academic transcript 
  5. If your application meets entry requirements, then based on your preferred portfolios and your academic background we will contact potential supervisors on your behalf.

Research Portfolios