Stable hydrogen isotope ratios of individual hydrocarbons in sediments and petroleum. Early agriculture and Holocene environments in the Yangtze river delta, China. University of Western Australia Graduate: Molecular and Isotopic characterization of leachates in water.
Postgraduate qualifications have become expected in a global workforce and they can be the defining factor in your future career pathway. Whether you're planning to do honours, a professional degree, a coursework degree or a research project, our postgraduate courses will provide you with a solid, far-reaching education that sharpens your creative and critical thinking.
Your UWA degree will help you to develop the ability to work anywhere in the world while being able to accept and adapt to change. Completing an honours degree prepares you for higher-degree study at master's and PhD level, and demonstrates to prospective employers a higher capacity for independent learning and research.
If you've chosen to pursue a professional qualification, you will be completing a postgraduate course having finished your undergraduate bachelor's degree course.
Having both an undergraduate and a postgraduate qualification will give you a competitive edge in a global workforce when you enter your profession. A postgraduate research course involves an intensive research component.
Through the research process you will not only extend your understanding of the subject area, but develop advanced analytical and project management skills and the ability to work independently. All of these skills are highly valued in the workforce and essential to an academic career.
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Through the research process you will not only extend your understanding of your subject area, but develop advanced analytical and project management skills and the ability to work independently. All of these skills are highly valued in the workplace and are essential to an academic or research career.If you do not find the thesis you are looking for, PDF How to Write a Thesis - University of Western Australia How to Write a Thesis: A Working Guide R Chandrasekhar Australian Research Centre for Medical Engineering (ARCME) The University of Western Australia HDR - Write the thesis - Monash University What PhD thesis examiners expect Within.
Erica Lewin is a PhD candidate at Edith Cowan University and her thesis concerns the identity of Anglo-Indian women in Western Australia. Her interests include: feminist theory/research methodology and identity, in particular, 'mixed-race' identity.
The Doctor of Philosophy dissertation should be a major, substantially original, theoretical or empirical study of an issue pertaining to the student’s major field of study. Students are expected to work closely with staff and be exposed to the research activities of the staff and other students.
Dr Fiona Mayne is a lecturer at The University of Western Australia’s Graduate School of Education, specialising in technology and childhood education.
Read more about Dr Fiona Mayne. Dr Loretta Dolan. Dr Loretta Dolan is a lecturer at UWA and the Humanities and Social Sciences Coordinator in our Graduate School of Education.
Style and format - Present your thesis in a certain way, for example, PhD theses may not exceed words and master's theses may not exceed 50 words. Thesis as a series of papers - You can organise your thesis as a series of papers.
The Museum is the repository for The University of Western Australia’s mineral, rock, fossil and meteorite collection. The Research Collection provides valuable historical information and reflects the interests and development of the University’s Geology Department.