|Research Degree Workshops||Why participate in RESA?|
The Commencing series of on-campus workshops is for PhD, Masters and Professional doctorate by Research students in the first six to twelve months of candidature. Each workshop builds on the last and attendance at the full series is recommended for maximum benefit. The workshops in this series support the development of the research proposal.
|Continuing to completing series||
The Continuing to completing series on-campus workshops is for PhD, Masters and Professional doctorate by research students who have completed the research proposal and are looking for more information about managing candidature, theorising, writing and speaking.
|Three Minute Thesis competition||QUT 2018 Handbook||
Information about the 3MT competition
|e-Grad School online workshops||e-Grad brochure|
|Managing your research degree||Managing your life as a research degree candidate|
|You and your supervisor: making the relationship work|
|Research Degree Graduate Qualities||Research Degree Graduate Qualities|
|Research Degree Graduate Qualities (how to achieve them)||
This site offers guidance to research degree students about how to achieve the seven Research Degree Graduate Qualities during their candidature.
|RDGQs and Reviews of Progress||
This resource will help all research degree students to attain and record the Research Degree Graduate Qualities, and will give them a better understanding of what skills they require.
|Supervisors and their role|
|Thesis submission, examination and Final Review of Progress|
|Developing and maintaining a successful academic career as a parent and carer|