We’ve brought together a list of helpful resources for our Humanities research students from many areas within Curtin as well as some external sites.
The Office of Research and Graduate Studies
We have examples of candidacy proposals available from most schools/areas for students to look at.
Please contact Julie Lunn to make a time to view the proposals. Once you have selected the relevant proposals they will be emailed to you.
The Graduate Research School
The Graduate Research School also has examples of candidacy proposals.
Download the Guide to Preparing the Summary of Proposed Research Program which will help you write your candidacy proposal.
The Learning Centre offers a range of specialised services that may be of considerable help during your studies. These include HDR workshops on thesis writing and candidacy proposals, as well as other resources that will help you to improve your academic skills.
The Learning Centre also have very useful study guides on topics such as the student-supervisor relationship, scholarly writing and literature reviews for research students. Hard copies of these guides can be found in the printing area of the Graduate Research Hub.
The Graduate Research School not only looks after the administration of theses, it also offers valuable resources to help you with your studies and provides you with opportunities to connect with other researchers at Curtin and beyond:
- Upcoming seminars and training
- Notes and iLectures from previous seminars
- Australian Technology Network (ATN) programs
- AWARE Programs
- Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition
The GRS also has a list of resources for HDR students.
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- Writing book proposals
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- Presenting papers at conferences
- Publishing with open access journals
- Professional networking
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