If you’re interested in postgraduate research, you might be interested in the Quality in Postgraduate Research (QPR) Conference in Adelaide, South Australia, from 20-22 April 2016. It’s the longest-running conference on doctoral research in the world, and – bonus – it’s held at the National Wine Centre of Australia.
The theme for the conference this year is “Society, Economy & Communities: 21st Century Innovations in Doctoral Education.” There will be presentations, posters, and a Pecha Kucha session. There will also be opportunities to network with other delegates from all over the world, including supervisors, postgraduate students, academic developers, university decision makers and administrators, governmental representatives and those who conduct research in postgraduate education and associated areas.
All currently enrolled Australian and New Zealand postgraduate students are eligible to apply for a sponsorship to attend the conference, offered by Australian company ResearchMaster. The sponsorship includes economy class airfare to Adelaide, local accommodation and full conference registration. You can find more information here. Feel free to apply (by the deadline of 4th March), and good luck!