View the Department of Chemical Engineering’s list of projects available to graduate research students:
Additional information on the PhD application process and scholarships can be found on the University’s Study website:
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Engineering
Australian PhD students
Includes New Zealanders, Australian Permanent Residents and graduates of the University of Melbourne with a first class degree.
We are interested in receiving applications from potential PhD students with degrees in chemical engineering, biomedical engineering, bioprocess engineering, chemistry, food science or a related discipline.
First, contact email@example.com (with your CV) to ensure that projects that match your interests are available. You then need to apply for admission to a PhD degree at the University of Melbourne and also for an research scholarship.
International PhD students
First, contact firstname.lastname@example.org (along with your CV, academic results, and the names of at least two referees) to ensure that projects that match your interests are available. You then need to apply for admission to a PhD degree at the University of Melbourne and also for a scholarship to cover both your fees and living expenses. Competition for these scholarships is intense so you will need a good first-class Honours degree or equivalent.
Please contact email@example.com for prospective positions (with your CV).
Prospective postdoctoral fellows should consider applying for various suitable fellowships:
- All: Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA)
- EU residents: Marie Curie Fellowship
- UK residents: Royal Society Fellowships
- France: France–Australia Science Innovation Collaboration Grants
- Japan: JSPS Fellowships
- USA: National Science Foundation Fellowships
- Other: Human Frontier Science Fellowships