How to apply
Step 1. Check eligibility
Ensure that you are eligble for admission into a postgraduate research degree by reading the minimum requirement entry.
Step 2. Identify a potential supervisor and research area
Prospective students should familiarise themselves with theof academics and research fellows within the E&ERC and contact them directly regarding potential research projects. You will need to find a supervisor willing to accept you as a postgraduate student in their research group before proceeding further with applications and scholarships.
Step 3. Begin the formal admission process
Students with an agreement from an academic to supervise their research degree may begin the formal admission process. Follow the instructions here.
Step 4. Identify potential scholarships
A range of scholarships is available to support Australian and international postgraduate students. Students are expected to apply for available scholarships to provide a stipend (living costs) and the student fees of international students. Check under the Scholarships tab above.
Contact the E&ERC for further information on the Graduate Program in Evolution and Ecology.
Dr Terry Ord, Deputy Director (Graduate Program)
Evolution & Ecology Research Centre
University of New South Wales
Sydney NSW 2052
Phone: (02) 9385 3264
Fax: (02) 9385 1558
Further information on admission, enrolment, scholarships and costs is provided by the UNSW Graduate Research School.