Higher Degree Research
The School of Rural Medicine offers PhD and Masters by research degrees. These awards offer many opportunities and topic for postgraduate research studies in areas including medicine, rurality, medical education, individual health, public health, health service management, and associated health-care disciplines. The School of Rural Medicine has developed a network of both national and international collaborators in key medical- and health-related fields of research over the past five years, and has an active list of adjunct clinical and research appointments to supplement the expertise of internal staff.
Why should I do a Higher Degree at the School of Rural Medicine?
The School of Rural Medicine is dedicated to providing ongoing education and support to our current and future generations of medical practitioners and health professionals. We provide excellent research support to our postgraduate students, with an emphasis upon face-to-face interactions.
For more information about Higher Degree Research at UNE:
- General Information for Higher Degree Research
- Information for Continuing Postgraduate Students
- Information for Prospective Postgraduate Students
How do I enrol?
School of Rural Medicine HDR Coordinator
For more information contact the HDR coordinator: Dr Stuart Wark