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MinEx CRC’s key education and training goals are to collaborate in graduating 50 PGR students from MinEx CRC projects in participant universities and to assist in the training of 200 VET students in specific aspects of drilling and mineral exploration fields.
MinEx CRC will utilise the unique position of CRCs at the nexus between industry and university research to add value for PGR students working on its projects. Specifically, MinEx CRC will:
This page outlines Masters by Research and PhD project topics that are being offered within MinEx CRC. These projects are being offered at through the various MinEx CRC-affiliated institutions, including Curtin University, University of New South Wales, University of South Australia and University of Western Australia.
Not all projects have stipend scholarships linked to them. Some projects will require a scholarship application process to be undertaken in collaboration with the supervisor and according to the requirements of the host institution. All projects can be filled by Domestic students (Australian/New Zealand citizen or permanent residents). Availability of scholarships for International students is dependent on the university and scholarship application process.
Questions can be directed to the MinEx CRC Education and Training Coordinator, Caroline Tiddy.
MinEx CRC intends to allocate $150K of its E&T budget to the VET sector with the goal of assisting in the training of 200 VET students. MinEx CRC will work in partnership with Industry Organisations to identify skills gaps related to the drilling and mineral exploration industries.