Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
You’ll have the opportunity to work closely with researchers and contribute to the development of knowledge in your area of specialisation. You’ll learn transferable skills such as research training, reporting, communication and presentation skills, data analysis and high-level project management skills.During the first six months you’ll explore research methodologies, research hypotheses and proposals. You’ll also gain an awareness of ethical research practice.During the final six months you’ll be required to analyse, understand and contextualise your research results. You’ll then prepare a written thesis and present your findings during a research seminar.You can gain an extra qualification and broaden your career prospects by completing a Diploma in Languages.
- Biomedical research
Standard entry requirements
Candidates for admission must have successfully completed a recognised bachelor degree in biomedical, pharmaceutical, nutrition or natural sciences or equivalent qualification. Students will normally have a credit average in their most recent undergraduate degree.
Students can use this qualification as a pathway to further learning, including Masters by Research and doctoral studies.
|Campus||Fees||Mid year intake||Attendance|
|City East||International: $37,700||No|