Which University should I apply to?
UK/Home and EU students should apply to Warwick.
Australian domestic students should apply to Monash.
International students should apply to the University at which they wish to start their research.
When can I apply?
You can apply for the Alliance Joint PhD at any point in the year.
How do I apply?
You will need to complete an online application form to the university you wish to apply to.
You will need to ensure that you have approached your preferred supervisors prior to making an application. As part of the application process you will be required to complete a Joint Supervision Statement with your proposed supervisors at both Monash and Warwick. If you are applying to Warwick, you should upload the completed statement via the applicant portal - please select 'Additional Information Upload' and use 'Joint Supervision Statement' as the description.
What areas can I undertake research in?
The Monash Warwick Alliance has many areas of ongoing research collaboration including Sustainable Chemistry, Nanomedicine, Psychology, Healthcare Improvement, Migration and Identity, and Advanced Imaging. New areas of collaboration are still being developed and you are encouraged to visit the relevant Department/Faculty research pages to see specific areas of research strength and to identify a main supervisor at both Monash and Warwick.
Monash applicants can apply to study in following faculties:
Warwick applicants can apply to study in the following faculties:
What are the entry requirements?
You should have a minimum of four years tertiary study, with a substantive research component, usually in the final year, to the following standards:
What level of English proficiency is required?
You will be required to satisfy the highest English language admission requirement for your particular discipline.
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