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MRIWA’s new education program provides support and training designed to produce exceptional research graduates with flexible and agile skills tuned to the dynamic future of Western Australia’s minerals industry.

Launched today by the Hon. Bill Johnston MLA, Minister for Mines and Petroleum, this initiative delivers a coherent program of mentoring, industry networking and professional development activities designed to help MRIWA PhD scholars acquire and hone advanced skills tuned to transferring ideas between research and industry.

Paired with the world-class training provided by Western Australia’s universities, this enhanced professional experience will support graduates of the MRIWA education program in applying their research skills to practical industry problems, and help them to move seamlessly between academic and industry environments, increasing their options for multiple career transitions during their working life.

For more information about the MRIWA education program, click here.

Applications for the 2020 MRIWA PhD scholarship round close on October 31. If you or anyone you know could benefit from this support and training opportunity, visit https://www.mriwa.wa.gov.au/research-funding/phd-scholarship-program/

 

Page was last reviewed 12 October 2020

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