The School of Graduate Research (SGR) provides leadership and support for RMIT's research training community, empowering research candidates to achieve their research goals.
About the School of Graduate Research
The School of Graduate Research's (SGR) role is to support research training at the University and develop and refine the University’s overall Higher Degree by Research (HDR) strategy.
What we doAbout the School of Graduate Research
Research at RMIT aims to solve critical global problems and deliver significant economic, social and environmental impact.Research opportunities
RMIT is committed to providing global and connected research training to develop graduates who can drive innovation and contribute to research with real world relevance.
See our candidates in actionIndustry engagement
RMIT's research training collaborations deliver a truly global research experience, connecting you to international leaders in your field, and to a wide range of resources to support your research.
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News and events
News and events for the School of Graduate Research at RMIT University.News and events
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How to apply
This information will assist you to review your eligibility and to prepare your application for a research program at RMIT University.Review your eligibility How to apply
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