Step 3: Choose a research topic
Now that you have established that you meet entry requirements for your preferred program, you need to clarify your chosen area of study and identify a research area and/or research question, clarify its importance and in consultation with your supervisory team, prepare a research proposal to submit.
Step 4: Find and connect with a research supervisor
An effective working relationship between research candidates and their supervisors is crucial to the successful completion of every research candidature. You’ll need to find a supervisor who works in your area of interest by reviewing your potential supervisor’s profile.
How to choose your research topic
Choosing a research topic and writing your research proposal can be difficult when you're faced with a lot of choice. Current Griffith PhD candidates and supervisors give some advice to help you create a winning research proposal.
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