Applications for admission to a Doctoral programme can be made at any time of the year. All applicants who are not citizens of Australia or New Zealand or permanent residents of Australia are classified as international applicants and are required to pay fees for the duration of the research programme. There are no application fees. Additional information relevant to international students can be found via International Office website. Applicants from non-English speaking backgrounds must either provide evidence of previous tertiary studies conducted in English, or have received test scores on the listed tests in excess of the minimum standards outlined in the International Office's Standard Postgraduate Entry Requirements.
For admission to a Doctoral degree programme an applicant normally shall have studied for a minimum of four years in a tertiary institution and satisfied the Faculty Graduate Studies Committee that at least one of the following entry requirements has been met:
- Graduated with or qualified for the award of the degree of Master within the University which requires the completion of a publicly available thesis or research project to an acceptable standard;
- Graduated with or qualified for the award of the degree of Bachelor with First Class Honours or Upper Second Class Honours within the University;
- (i) Graduated with a Bachelor's degree and completed a Postgraduate Diploma or its equivalent, or completed a Master's degree by Coursework, with, in both cases, a course-weighted average of not less than seventy percent within the University; AND
- (ii) Demonstrated the capacity to undertake significant research;
- Obtained qualifications from another institution which are recognised by tertiary admission authorities in Australia and which are deemed to be equivalent to, or a satisfactory substitute for, any of the qualifications prescribed above;
- Enrolled in a research Master's degree for the equivalent of at least one semester full-time, and shown exceptional ability in the conduct of the early stages of the research project which is clearly capable of being extended and converted to Doctoral level. Conversion of enrolment from Master's to a Doctoral programme requires the approval of the Faculty Graduate Studies Committee.
ASRL work experience programme open to any under-graduates, honours and post-graduates, nationally and internationally at any time.
Award payment of $1,500 may be available and minimum 10 weeks
The Lab offers research training, work experience program and vacation scholarship programs, focuses on research and development, using cutting edge technologies. All activities of above program will be supervised by centre staff and doctoral researchers, and the output of the research training will directly support academic and post graduate R&D activities, one of key roles will be reserch programmers with substantial web and internet computing tasks. For outstanding performers, award payment of $1500 and/or possible MSc or PhD scholarships or termed employment may be offered at the end of the term.
Terms and conditions
Minimum 12 weeks, commencing anytime during the year.
Three out of the following skills are required:
1. OO Programming - JAVA, C/C++/C#, XML, .NET
3. Operating Systems and Network Management - Linux, Unix, Windows Family, TCP/IP
4. Database - MySQL, Oracle, XMLDB
5. Cutting-edge technologies - Semantic Web/OWL, Jena, Jade, Web Services, Agent, Mashup
6. Others - MATLAB, etc.