CaRST Online Sponsor Message
Did you know that as many as 70% of HDR students go on to non-academic careers?
Through the Career and Research Skills Training (CaRST) program, our HDR students have the opportunity to learn a combination of skills that will maximise their success in the modern workplace or become better researchers in an academic career.
The importance of broadening the research training experience with CaRST is why the University has invested in CaRST Online, a modern, online tool that makes it easy for HDR students to plan, record, and promote their professional development.
This new online solution will enhance the student experience and result in better program outcomes for both HDR students and the University, as well as ensure students meet the University's requirements for recording CaRST activities as part of the PhD and Master of Philosophy degrees.
This initiative supports the Research & Research Training directive outlined in the Beacon of Enlightenment, the University’s Strategic Plan 2013 - 2023, and cements our commitment to attracting, retaining and producing outstanding and employable HDR students.
Professor Michael Liebelt
Pro Vice-Chancellor–Research Operations
Dean of Graduate Studies