Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy

If you are interested in completing a Master of Philosophy to achieve a radiation therapy advanced practice outcome, please consult the curriculum framework flyer and clinical supervision guidelines for more details.

Research Opportunities exist for suitably qualified radiographers, radiation therapists, sonographers, nuclear medicine technologists and Biomedical Science graduands through the Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences in conjunction with other Departments of the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences or with the School of Physics and Materials Engineering in the Faculty of Science.

Time requirement for research is flexible and can in most instances be integrated as part of the routine work of each candidate.

Projects on offer

Please click here to view the range of projects on offer

Handbook entries


All applications for all postgraduate courses offered by the Department of Medical Imaging and Radiations Sciences, are through direct application to the Department. Please use the link below:

Apply Online: (PREFERRED)
Apply by Mail:

When lodging an application please ensure it includes the following documents:

  • Secondary education
  • Tertiary education
  • Proof of Australian citizenship, New Zealand citizenship or Australian permanant resident visa

NB: All applicants are required to demonstrate that they meet the English language requirements. The Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences programs have higher English language requirements.

For further information please contact the Research Director:
A/Prof Michal Schneider
Ph: 03 9905 1348