Student research and research training is valued highly by the Faculty of Law. The Faculty's postgraduate research degrees provide an opportunity for students to make a major contribution to knowledge by undertaking advanced level research through the exploration of ideas and issues in a thesis.
Postgraduate research students are supported by the Faculty through the provision of academic supervisors, designated computers and workspace. There is more information on scholarships and support for postgraduate research students.
Considering studying a research degree?
Proposed area of research
The first step is to identify your proposed area of research and potential supervisor(s).
To assist, future research students are encouraged to view the Faculty's:
- areas of research interest,
- available research supervisors and
- range of postgraduate research courses.
Before proceeding with a formal application, interested research students should consider the Faculty's pre-assessment process.
How to apply - UTS: University Graduate School's application process
Once you have checked the areas of research available and found one that meets your interests follow the UTS: University Graduate School's instructions on how to apply.
For assistance and further information contact the Faculty Research Officer at email@example.com