The School of Physics and Astronomy offers world-leading postgraduate programs that can lead to a Master's by research (MPhil) or doctorate (PhD) in a wide variety of specialist research areas. You can enroll in one of these programs through Monash Graduate Research Office (MGRO).
The MGRO website includes information on How to Apply:
- The first step in the application process is to check your eligibility.
- The second step is to contact a prospective supervisor in the area of research you wish to pursue.
- Finally your prospective supervisor will recommend that you seek an Invitation to Apply from the School of Physics & Astronomy.
Postgraduate study in the School of Physics & Astronomy
As part of obtaining an "Invitation to Apply" from the School, you will need to choose an appropriate research project and find a suitable research supervisor for this project - see Research Projects.
Students are allocated two supervisors to guide their research, and their progress is monitored by a panel made up of the two supervisors, the Postgraduate Coordinator and two academics that are independent.
I have further questions
If you are interested in postgraduate studies with the School of Physics and Astronomy, please first read the relevant pages on the School's website. After that, if you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
Postgraduate Coordinator for the School of Physics & Astronomy
Staff and Student Services Officer for the School of Physics & Astronomy