Do you want to join the College?

Do you want to join the College?

Expression of interest for those already undertaking a PhD at the University of Melbourne to join the College.

Format: 15/10/2019
Attachments

Please attach the documents in PDF FORMAT:

  • (1) COVERLETTER - Short cover letter of why you would like to join the College.
  • (2) CV - Your CV can include non-research related activities and abilities.
  • (3) PUBLICATIONS - If you are pre-confirmation, please attach your publication history in your area of research along with your CV.

Please note you must name your PDF documents as follows:

  • LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_TYPE.pdf

For example:

  • SMITH_JANE_COVERLETTER.pdf
  • SMITH_JANE_CV.pdf
  • SMITH_JANE_PUBLICATIONS.pdf

Please allow time for each document to upload. The progress of each upload will be indicated on the screen.
(for example a 1MB file might take 1-5 minutes or more).

Files must be less than 20 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf.

The terms and conditions for joining the Climate and Energy College as someone who has already commenced their PhD at the University of Melbourne:
You have spoken to your supervisors, and they are principally fine with you joining the College.
As a Climate and Energy College student, you are expected to contribute to the cohort.
You will have to sit at the College ideally full time, but at least 2 days per week
Your expression of interest does not guarantee admission. The College aims to contact you within two weeks.
If successful in the first step, you are likely to be asked to meet with a small panel from the College for interview.

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