Other information required from Higher Degree by Research applicants when you apply:
- Proposal Outline (750 words or less). Apply Online will require you to state succinctly and clearly your proposed research topic, together with a brief description of your research methodology and a bibliography of key references
- An indication of proposed supervision arrangements (if known). It is important that you have established that there is a supervisor available to supervise your proposed project, go here for more information
- Portfolio submission. Please note that a portfolio must be submitted by Visual Arts by Major Studio Project applicants only. Portfolios need to be submitted prior to the 23 September for Australian applicants and 15 June for International applicants to make a preliminary assessment prior to the respective application closing dates.
Preparing your portfolio
Visual Arts by Major Studio Project applicants only are required to submit a portfolio. Portfolios should be the applicant's own original recent work and may include:
- Art works (drawings, paintings, photographs, sculpture, installation, performance, ceramics, prints, glass, jewellery/metal, textiles)
- Graphic design or illustration work (logos, posters, publication covers, illustrations, web designs, design tenders)
- Architecture, Industrial Design, Interior Architecture - construction and design drawings
- Up to 15 images of works on a DVD or USB, maximum duration 10 minutes. Please provide a list of all images with name, title, date, medium and dimensions, and ensure all support material is labelled.
- Statement of Academic Qualifications. Please state your undergraduate academic qualifications, together with any postgraduate qualifications or experience
- Curriculum Vitae. Please state your career achievements, with particular emphasis upon those relevant to your proposed program of study. You may also outline employment experience relevant to your proposed program of study
- Proposal Outline (750 words or less)
Portfolios must be submitted to the AAD Research Support Team at the School of Art, Architecture and Design.