Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 01032F

At The University of Notre Dame Australia, every research student is guided and advised by a member of staff who is a leader in his/her field. Your research supervisor will assist you in the preparation of your research proposal and will continue to mentor and guide your work until the completion of the degree.The coursework component of the degree consists of four compulsory research-related subjects. These modules of study will serve to develop your personal competencies in critical analysis and scholarly writing as well as provide ample opportunity for you to formulate substantial elements of the intended research.For the research component of the program, you will undertake a research project that makes a significant contribution to the medical field. The thesis will comprise the standard elements: an abstract, background and literature review, methods, results, discussion and conclusion. Similarly, the research dissertation will be based on a manuscript that has been accepted for publication, and comprise also a literature review as well as conclusions.By undertaking your postgraduate research studies at the University, you will have the opportunity to further your research expertise and make a valuable contribution to the field of medicine.

Structure

  • 4 compulsory research training courses
  • individual research project

Subjects

  • Medicine
  • Surgery

Standard entry requirements

Possesses a medical degree from a recognised university.Demonstrates potential to undertake and complete a research-based study.Currently engaged in clinical or professional practice.Satisfy the Dean of the School of the ability to understand and communicate in both written and spoken English at a level adequate for the purpose of pursuing the program of study.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Sydney International: $60,254 No
  • Full-time : 1.5 years

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