For a future in research or industry, undertaking a higher degree by research – with a focus on Electrical, Mechanical or Biomedical Engineering – enhances skills into deep analytical thinking and provides a competitive career pathway.
Why study HDR?
At the University of Adelaide, we offer PhD and Masters-level research degrees in every discipline, including collaborative and highly industry-driven doctorates.
Finding a supervisor
Find a researcher within the School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering or search our current catalogue of higher degree by research projects.
Decided on a research project? An academic will need to assess your eligibility. Be aware that every researcher has a limited capacity to supervise students and securing a position in some research groups can be very competitive.
Send the following to your potential supervisor or to one of our postgraduate coordinators for an initial assessment:
- academic transcripts
- current CV
- completed expression of interest form
Once you have emailed the above to your potential supervisor, you can apply for admission and scholarships through the Adelaide Graduate Research School and Admissions and scholarship applications.
Please provide evidence of your academic achievements and, most importantly, details and evidence of any previous research training and experience, including any publications.
How to apply
The University of Adelaide’s scholarships for research degrees are available to international and domestic students through the Adelaide Graduate Research School and can be grant-funded in some cases. Increase your chances of gaining a scholarship by having an established list of published research papers in internationally recognised peer-reviewed journals.
We encourage students to contact supervisors for further information on scholarships related to particular research areas: lead researchers.