The Graduate Research School or GRS ensures consistent policy across all faculties in the administration of Higher Degree by Research (HDR) programs at JCU. Prospective students who wish to apply for HDR candidature at JCU should visit the Prospective Students webpage prior to making contact with the GRS.
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StatsHelp Program for access to qualified statisticians
Student Services & Amenities (SSA) Fee information and payment methods
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Register of Advisors for a list of accredited JCU HDR advisors
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JCU Research News
Read the latest JCU research news here, or visit the JCU News & Media website if you'd like to learn more about JCU's activities.
New centre to help close the gap
JCU has announced plans to establish a new centre that will improve educational outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, and build on the University’s excellence in teaching and research related to Indigenous issues.
JCU takes out second national FameLab with allergies talk
James Cook University’s Dr Sandip Kamath has been named the Australian national winner of FameLab 2015.
Baby flatback turtles fight currents to stay in the Great Barrier Reef
New research from James Cook University has provided fascinating insights into the lives of baby turtles on the Great Barrier Reef. The researchers have discovered one of the reasons no flatback turtle from Eastern Australia has been found outside the confines of Australia’s continental shelf for at least 50 years.