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Medical Radiations

PhD / Doctoral.
RMIT University

500

in world overall ranking*

27

in local overall ranking*
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About the course

A PhD helps students to specialise in one of the key research areas from neurology or public health. By the end of the program, students should have made a significant and unique contribution to an existing area of knowledge through a thesis under academic supervision.

What you might learn

While researching for your thesis, you will be able to access specialist support including attending seminars, writing boot camps and workshops. Upon completion of this course, you should be able to demonstrate academic leadership, creativity and innovation in your research work.

Career outcome

Upon graduating from this program, you may be employed in roles such as health administrator, academic, researcher, physiologist, healthcare consultant, policy analyst, and etc. in companies including Research Australia, Gilead Sciences, Bristol-Myers Squibb, AstraZeneca, Stryker Corporation , and etc.

Living Costs in Melbourne



Restaurant
(Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant)
A$ 14 - 19

Rent per Month
(1 bedroom in City Centre)
A$ 1,595 - 2,110

Rent per Month
(1 bedroom Outside of Centre)
A$ 1,248 - 1,651

Transportation
(Daily)
A$ 4 - 5

Utilities per Month
(Electricity, Mobile & Internet)
A$ 235 - 310

Average Salary**


*Source: Times Higher Education
**Source: payscale.com

Costs

Tuition fees per year

A$ 35,520

Information

Duration

4 years

Upcoming Intakes

Jul 2019

Course Code

DR228

Hotline

+61 3 9663 5333

Email

australia@augstudy.com

Scholarships

LPDO-RMIT Scholarship

100% of tuition fees

RMIT International English Language Scholarship

A$4,300

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