About the Adelaide Graduate Research School
The Adelaide Graduate Research School is responsible for the management and administration of research education at the University of Adelaide.
The Adelaide Graduate Research School (AGRS) operates under the leadership of the Dean of Graduate Studies, who also convenes the Research Education and Development Committee (REDC), which is in charge of research higher degree policy development, and has legal responsibility for the award of the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy and Masters by research.
During the course of your candidature you are likely to get to know the Adelaide Graduate Research School very well. It is the first area to contact whenever you have a question about your research program, candidature or scholarship. The Adelaide Graduate Research School is also the starting point for prospective research students, providing information about the process of admission and scholarship application and enrolment.
The Adelaide Graduate Research School is organised in such a way as to provide domestic and international higher degree by research (HDR) candidates with ease of access to information and services throughout the lifecycle of their program of study. This includes:
- Admission to HDR programs - Domestic and International applicants
- Postgraduate Research Scholarships - Domestic and International applicants
- Career and Research Skills Training
- Thesis examination