Graduate studies

Information for current graduate research students, including facilities and resources, support and funding, student travel.

Information for prospective students

Please note: For current students most information that you will need for your candidature is contained on the Faculty of Arts Graduate research students and Graduate coursework students web pages .


Graduate programs by coursework

For more information on how to apply please see the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (GSHSS) Degree programs web page for:

More information

For more information on the Master of Applied Linguistics please contact Dr Paul Gruba.
For more information on Coursework only programs (Graduate Certificates, Graduate Diplomas both normal and advanced) please contact Assoc. Professor Lesley Stirling.

Graduate programs by research

For more information on how to apply please see the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (GSHSS) Degree programs web page for:

Linguistics and Applied Linguistics PhD students are required to undertake 25 points of coursework (as agreed by the advisory committee) in the first year of their PhD candidature. Candidates are normally expected to have completed their 25 points of coursework and received marks of at least H2A in order to be confirmed.

More information

For more information on research programs please email Leticia Nieuwenhuizen.

Current Workspaces for graduate students

  • School of Languages and Linguistics
    PhD and Master of Arts (by research) students studying in the School of Languages and Linguistics are eligible to apply for a workspace within the School. Students interested in lodging an application should read the Graduate (Research) workspace guidelines (235kb pdf) and then download and complete the Graduate (Research) workspace application form (140kb Word doc). Applications can be lodged at anytime with the School’s Teaching and Research Officer.
  • Faculty of Arts
    The Faculty has a limited number of graduate study spaces available, upon application
  • Graduate Centre
    The Graduate Student Association (GSA) manages Tenured study spaces in the Graduate Centre providing study space for graduate students

Graduate funding schemes

For more information please see the Graduate funding schemes web page.

Graduate student travel

For more information please see the Graduate student travel web page.

Contact us

School of Languages and Linguistics Teaching and Research Officer
Letty Nieuwenhuizen
Email
soll-research@unimelb.edu.au

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