Research programs

Doctor of Philosophy (1640)

The Doctor of Philosophy is 4 years of advanced study, which involves 3 courses and research leading to the submission of an original thesis.

Program code
1640
Location
Kensington Campus
Duration
Full time 4 years
                              
Part time 5-6 years
 
The duration is affected by your level, project, time available and study program and in special cases may be reduced or extended.
Please note
 that International Students are expected to study full time

Entry requirements: a first or upper second class honours degree in engineering or a related discipline from a tertiary institution recognised by UNSW.

Master of Philosophy (2645)

The Master of Philosophy is a research degree with a coursework component taken over four sessions full-time (2 years) or equivalent. 

Program code 2645
Location Kensington Campus
Duration

Full Time 2 years  

The research component will lead to a thesis which embodies the result of an original investigation, design or engineering development.

A program of advanced study comprising 3 courses (18 Units of Credit) makes up the remainder of the program.

For more information, please see UNSW Handbook

Entry requirements: completion of an appropriate 4-year undergraduate program, normally at honours level, with a minimum of honours II(1).

Completion of 4-years of a 5-year Masters program normally at “very good” level, with a minimum GPA of 3.2 or equivalent.

Note: where appropriate, relevant professional or prior research experience may also be taken into account by the Program Authority in recommending acceptance into the program.

A unique feature of the program is the provision for Oral Defence as part of the examination process. This will ensure rapid examination. Articulation from the MPhil to a PhD program is possible. Supervision arrangements must be confirmed before enrolment. Candidature may be either internal or external mode.

To find out more about research in the School of EE&T and to find a research supervisor please see research interests.

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