The Monash Doctoral Program provides you with access to a world class research community whilst incorporating professional development that will prepare you to make an impact in your chosen field. Find out more
A Law PhD at Monash in 2014 opened the door for Noel Villaroman to work for the United Nations. He now travels the Middle East using his expertise to make an impact on matters of global significance. Read more.
“The interdisciplinary program is exactly what I was looking for. It combines challenge, flexibility, a great cohort of students and the opportunity to undertake field work in Asia.” - PhD student, Natalie Barron
Brazilian PhD student Dhaniel Baraldi is developing new drugs for cardiovascular conditions.
He says the cultural and social events, teaching and seminars, and IT resources at Monash have enhanced his research experience.
Read more about the Science Without Borders program, an initiative by the Brazilian federal government to provide opportunities for graduate and research students to study at international universities.
The Monash Doctoral Program enhances your experience as a graduate researcher and prepares you for impact in academia, industry, government or the community. Original research is combined with training options that include:
2015 marks the beginning of two interdisciplinary research programs that enable Monash PhD students to work alongside established researchers and in partnership with industry and government to help solve significant global problems.
The Go8-C9 PhD Forum held in Sydney at the end of 2014 brought together over 30 doctoral students from top Australian and Chinese universities to exchange ideas related to the global challenges of ageing populations. Two Monash PhD students presented their projects and enjoyed a rich time of learning and networking.
Kawnish Kirtania completed his PhD studies in chemical engineering at Monash in 2014, and has gone on to work overseas as a senior research engineer focused on renewable transport fuel. Kawnish chose Monash for its research reputation and enjoyed access to world class facilities such as the Australian Synchrotron.