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 to establish their:
- Research interests
- Academic background
- Previous publications
- Current research projects.
The best way to find a potential supervisor is by searching Griffith Experts, or by contacting the HDR Convenor in the relevant school or department.
Once you’ve found a researcher whom you would like to work with, you’ll need to contact them directly to discuss your research proposal. It is crucial to look at the alignment between supervision and your project.
How to find a supervisor
Current PhD candidates and supervisors provide some advice for choosing a supervisor for your PhD or research degree at Griffith University.