ANU Physics Project Market Day

Monday 25 June 2018

Over 60 ANU physics academics will present posters detailing their research with more than 100 student projects at all levels on offer including:

  • Undergraduate:
    • Summer scholarships
    • 3rd year physics research projects
    • PhB Advanced study courses
    • Honours projects
  • Graduate:
    • Masters
    • PhD

We are offering travel scholarships to students interested in doing a Physics Project at ANU (i.e. Honours, Masters or PhD) to come to our Physics Project Market Day on 14 August 2018. Applications for travel scholarships are due by 20 July 2018.

Details can be found on the Physics Market Day webpage

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