HDR candidates

HDR candidates

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Higher Degree Research (HDR)

Our purpose is to assist candidates in making their HDR learning experience positive and productive. The Arts HDR Office staff is available to provide advice to HDR candidates on any administrative matter relating to their research training. We administer the full student cycle of research degrees for domestic and international students, and provide advice on:

  • HDR Rules, Policies and Guidelines
  • administrative matters relating your candidature, such as changing supervisors, applying for leave of absence, changing to/from part/full time, and transferring your degree to another department or faculty.

After the initial enrolment, all HDR transactions, including forms and documents, are first processed by the Arts HDR Office, before being forwarded to the University Higher Degree Research Office (HDRO) or to other University departments.

The Arts Higher Degree Research (HDR) Office is the Faculty's central administrative unit for Arts research candidates and their supervisors.

The Arts HDR Office staff are available to provide advice to all Arts research students on any administrative matter relating to research training. After the initial enrolment, all HDR transactions, including forms and documents, are first processed by the Arts HDR Office, before being forwarded to the University Higher Degree Research Office (HDRO) or to other University departments.

For HDR (PhD & MPhil) candidates

The Faculty of Arts Orientation Day (FCP) is for research candidates and provides a welcome to our new research students and to those who have not had the opportunity to attend a previous Arts Orientation Day.

Orientation Day will introduce you to the research training services available at the Faculty of Arts. It is also an opportunity for new and recent candidates to meet and mingle with fellow candidates from across the Faculty and be introduced to their respective Department Higher Degree Research Directors.

Date: TBC (late April early May)

Time: TBC (late April early May)

Venue: TBC (late April early May)

For BPhil & MRes students

The Welcome event for BPhil and MRes students (Year 1 and Year 2) in the Faculty of Arts will introduce you to the academic and administration services available in the Faculty of Arts, and is a great opportunity for new and previous students to meet and mingle with fellow candidates from across the Faculty.

Date: Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Venue: Courtyard, building W6A

Support

The Faculty of Arts is committed to supporting its higher degree research candidates by providing the best possible academic supervision and essential infrastructure and funding support for their research activities.

The Faculty higher degree research training funding initiative provides eligible higher degree research candidates with an opportunity to apply for funding to enable them to access essential expertise, resources, equipment or archives not readily available at Macquarie University.

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