International Research Training Pathway
Macquarie is the first Australian university to align with international research training qualifications. Combining advanced disciplinary coursework and structured research training, the Master of Research provides graduates with greater recognition for their academic progress, enhanced employment opportunities and pathways to further study overseas.
See what you will study in your research training program.
Learn about the application process, find forms and eligibility requirements.
Learn about fees, Commonwealth Supported Places and financial support while you study.
The two-year full-time Master of Research (MRes) will replace most honours as the main pathway to a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master of Philosophy (MPhil).
Master of Research domestic, full-time candidates are also eligible for a stipend and for Commonwealth Supported Places.