Throughout your research degree, you may require administrative assistance with your program, or wish to develop your research skills. The resources below are a fantastic way to keep on top of your studies, take care of your mental and physical wellbeing, and find new opportunities to socialise with your peers.
For your program management
An ISIS form for moving between part-time and full-time study.
A form to use for adding and/or changing supervisory panel members.
Information about various types of non-recreational leave and the application process.
You are entitled to 4 weeks recreational leave each year. Use this form to apply for your recreational leave.
Your scholarships may be extended. Find out what you need to know about scholarships and extension.
Information on the process to change between levels (MPhil/PhD) or disciplines.
Information on university and individual responsibilities when travelling on behalf of the University. (Please contact your School office administrators for all travel-related information before arranging your travel).
CBE students can login to this page for access to research databases and software.
The library has a vast amount of resources freely available, such as academic journals, archives, events and study rooms.
For your research and professional skills development
Find CBE’s career supports available to students and casual job opportunities here. Consult your supervisors and/or School HDR Convenors for academic career paths and casual tutoring opportunities.
A monthly newsletter that provides regular information on research training activities.
Find out about the university-wide research skills and training workshops offered by the ANU Research Skills and Training team.
Find out about the resources available to support your academic skills, such as writing.
Support for statistical applications in academic research in the sciences and social sciences.