Those serious about research can undertake a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).
The School of Chemistry and Biochemistry has a strong and vibrant research culture, based on its highly skilled base of research staff. The research projects are varied and innovative. Students will be given the opportunity to work with leaders of their field in a state of the art Science building. The Bayliss Building is the largest and most technically complex on campus and has cutting edge facilities and equipment.
If you are interested in enrolling in a Higher Degree by Research at UWA you should make early contact with potential supervisors to discuss opportunities and possible research projects.
Contact the Graduate Research Coordinator Professor Allan McKinley for further information on study by research.