Sydney Research Seminars are a suite six credit point 3000-level interdisciplinary units of study that guide students to think like a researcher.
The seminars engage students in contemporary research problems with leading researchers across a range of disciplines and allow them to practice research skills. They are particularly appropriate for students who are curious and excited about being involved in the research process and the generation of knowledge.
Sydney Research Seminar units are opened to eligible students from all disciplines as part of their Table S electives. To be eligible to enrol in a Sydney Research Seminar unit, students need to have completed 72 credit points of study.
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