The PRS lies at the heart of a longstanding HDR program that examines what designers actually do when they design, and seeks to develop new and innovative approaches to creative practice.
The School of Architecture and Urban Design stages six public PRS events every year in Australia, Asia and Europe. It is a gathering of research candidates, supervisors, and esteemed guests where the prime purpose is to be the tangible focus of a learning community – a home, so to speak – set up to facilitate collective learning.
To view an image and video archive of the PRS, please visit the Practice Research Portal.
For more information on the Higher Degrees by Research (HDR) program, please visit the HDR How to Apply page.
The Practice Research Symposium features examinations and progress reviews by Higher Degrees by Research candidates in the School of Architecture and Urban Design at RMIT.PRS Dates
Past Graduate Research Conferences / Practice Research SymposiumsPRS Archive
PRS Staff and Contacts
Practice Research Symposium staff and contacts.PRS Staff and Contacts