The School of Science supports an active industry-based research program with state-of-the-art research facilities.
2018 project guides
Before applying for a postgraduate research degree, you must select a project from the guides listed below.
- Applied physics (PDF, 636 KB, 30 pages)
- Applied chemistry and environmental sciences (PDF, 745 KB, 44 pages)
- Bioscience and food technology (PDF, 529 KB, 29 pages)
- Computer science and information technology (PDF, 281 KB, 15 pages)
- Computer science and software engineering (PDF, 606 KB, 24 pages)
- Geospatial science (PDF, 352 KB, 23 pages)
- Mathematical sciences (PDF, 197 KB, 9 pages)
- Additional projects - all disciplines (PDF 2.41MB, 74 pages)
Postgraduate research programs
The Australian Technology Network Doctoral Training Centre located at RMIT trains graduates in mathematical or statistical techniques, modelling methodologies and communication and business skills for future employment in Australian industry.
RMIT has a joint relationship with the University of Twente in the Netherlands. Mathematical and geospatial sciences PhD candidates who complete their program under this arrangement spend time studying in both Melbourne and the Netherlands and graduate with a double badged qualification.
How to apply
Find a scholarship
For past theses and links to the full publications please visit the RMIT Research Repository.
If you have an inquiry about studying a Higher Degree by Research (HDR) in our school, please contact the relevant HDR Coordinator.