RMIT's researchers deliver high-impact and influential outcomes.Success is demonstrated through excellent performance in university rankings, such as being ranked as well above world standard in the Australian Research Council Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) 2015 round.
There are collaborations with other national and international institutes, centres, groups and partners, including:
- RMIT's Information Security and Network Science group
- Computer Assisted Research on Mathematics and Applications (CARMA)
- Centre for Informatics and Applied Optimization (CIAO) at Federation University
Throughout your candidature, you will be supported through:
- an expert supervisor who will help you develop the required leadership, analytical and problem-solving qualities required to work at a world-leading level
- participation in high-quality professional development programs delivered by RMIT's School of Graduate Research
- access to RMIT’s extensive facilities, laboratories and equipment and those of our partners.
As a mathematics research candidate, you have the flexibility to pursue an individual topic, or contribute to one of our existing projects.
Candidates may be eligible for a range of scholarships including:
- Australian Postgraduate Awards - funded by the Australian Government
- PhD and Research Masters Scholarships - funded by RMIT University
- other postgraduate research scholarships
Candidates who pursue further postgraduate research may benefit from RMIT's joint relationship with the University of Twente in the Netherlands. Candidates who complete their program under this arrangement spend time studying in both Melbourne and the Netherlands and graduate with a double-badged qualification.
RMIT also hosts a node of the ATN Industry Doctoral Training Centre (Mathematics and Statistics), the first doctoral training centre in Australia.