Current students

Our current students, their topics and the supervisors they work with.

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Graduate and Honours opportunities

We offer a range of graduate and honours opportunities working with world leading climate scientists in our five  universities:

Many projects are supervised across universities and also there is an expectation that most projects are co-supervised by experts from the international partners.

Generous travel support exists for students to visit our international partners.

We welcome enquiries from students with a strong academic background in a quantitative discipline.

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Admissions and scholarships

Students will be admitted to one of our five universities.

There are opportunities for domestic PhD students to undertake a joint PhD across two of our five universities.

Outstanding students may receive top-ups above the rates funded via Australian government scholarships. We will offer some international student fee scholarships. We also have scholarships available for honours students.

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Undergraduate Summer Scholarships

The ARC Centre of Excellence Undergraduate Summer Scholarships in Climate System Science are highly competitive scholarships intended to provide undergraduate students from Australian universities an introduction to cutting-edge climate science research at one of our five universities, or our national partners- CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology.

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Scientific Paper Writing Workshops

As part of its graduate program the Centre of Excellence is running a series of scientific paper writing workshops. The workshops are a 3-day learning-by-doing event with around 25% instruction time and the rest working on a real journal paper with support from peers and mentors.

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Winter Schools

Our annual winter schools are the cornerstone of our Graduate Program. The winter schools are high-level education program for honours and graduate students interested in climate science and are open to all students enrolled in Australian and New Zealand universities working in the climate sciences.

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Former students

Former students and where they have moved on to.

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A list a useful links and resources all students should be aware of.

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