Did you know you can do further study with the AIML?
Below are a list of FAQs about postgraduate study. If you can't find what you are after, please contact email@example.com
What can I study?
Our postgraduate academic programs are managed through the School of Computer Science.
- Graduate Certificate
- Graduate Diploma
- Masters in Computer Science
- Masters in Software Engineering
- Masters in Computing and Information
- Masters and PhD by research are also available
More details are here.
How do I enrol in a postgraduate course?
Enrolment is handled by the Adelaide Graduate Centre. Refer to their website for details on the application process, scholarships and deadlines.
Before you apply, it's worth getting in touch with a potential supervisor to see if they are able to take you on.
You can find a list of supervisors and their research areas listed here. When contacting a supervisor, it helps to attach your CV and academic transcript.
Further enquires can be directed to Postgraduate Coordinators.
Do you run professional development courses?
We are in the early stages of developing machine learning workshops to meet the needs of industry professionals. The workshops will cover topics suitable for a broad audience; from CEO's wishing to learn about the strategic adoption of AI in their businesses, to machine learning tools and their application for CTOs and technical staff.
Watch this space!
Can I participate in machine learning projects?
We offer postgraduate students a variety of projects to work on in their Honours year. Speak to your supervisor or lecturer for more details.
Undergraduate students can work with us under the Adelaide Summer Research Scholarship program. You'll find potential projects listed under the School of Computer Science topics and we are open to other suggestions.
We also collaborate with the Adelaide Design and Engineering Practical Team who facilitate projects which require machine learning.
Do you offer research internship?
We currently do not offer internships or work experience.