Virtual Student Open Days

Virtual Student Open Days

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Are you looking for a career in biomedical research?

While COVID-19 restrictions means we can’t welcome you in person to our Institute right now, we look forward to meeting prospective students online for our Virtual Student Open Days.

Advance your career - advance medical research.

Student open days are for prospective Honours, Masters and PhD students who are interested in biomedical research training.

  • Discuss projects with our scientists
  • Meet to our current students
  • Learn about career paths open to our graduates
  • Find out how to apply and scholarship information


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Attend our Virtual Student Open Day

Our 2020 Virtual Student Open Days will be held in an online format on Wednesday 2 September and Thursday 17 September 2020, 4 - 5:30pm.

The event will include:

  • Online information session: 4:00pm - 4:30pm
    Learn about studying at the Institute, and how to apply
  • Virtual networking session: 4:30pm - 5:30pm
    ​Discuss potential research projects with our researchers, meet our students and get information from our Scientific Education Office. 

Links for these events will be provided to registered attendees: register now

It is not necessary for prospective students to attend both Virtual Student Open Days.

Student projects

We offer a number of Honours, Masters and PhD projects across our diverse research programs.

Our 2021 student project opportunities are now online. Please use this list to investigate projects of interest and plan which researchers to meet at the virtual networking session.

Please note that due to COVID-19, we are currently restricting visitors to the Institute and are not hosting any events, seminars or onsite tours at the Institute until further notice. This is a precautionary measure to support the health and safety of visitors, staff, students and tenants.


Ms Sue Hardy
Student Academic Administrator

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