Master of Clinical Research
- CRICOS code: 055848G
At the University of Melbourne you’ll be at the heart of a world-class medical and research precinct, giving you access to some of the brightest research minds and invaluable opportunities with our partner health and research institutions.
The Parkville campus
The University of Melbourne’s Parkville campus is an exciting place to study. As a student based at Parkville, you will enjoy:
An engaged cohort and professional network
You’ll join the brightest students from across Australia and the world and become part of a dynamic academic community. You will be able to engage closely with academic experts and peers and build a vital professional network.
University support services
We ensure a supportive environment for all students and offer a range of enrichment activities, including a student mentoring program, wellbeing services and academic skills support.
A vibrant campus
Our Parkville campus is a city within a city. With cafes, 12 libraries, gyms, specialty stores, a small supermarket, and even a seasonal farmers market, you’ll never have to leave.
Melbourne city life
The Parkville campus is located just a short walk to the Melbourne CBD, the famous Queen Victoria Market and a host of cafes, restaurants, shops, theatres, galleries and bars.
This program is essential for anyone wishing to commence a clinical research project in their current profession, or for those looking to work in the clinical research industry. It provides participants with the fundamental knowledge of clinical research development, design and implementation.
One of the best things this program offers is access to leaders in the field of clinical research and their research projects. The integrated nature of the program draws on the expertise of our academics and researchers and affiliated research institutes and hospitals.
I really enjoy igniting people’s passion for research, and working with course participants to achieve their clinical research goals -whether that’s developing a research project from their clinical practice and experience or helping students to transition into the clinical research field from other industries. This very practical program is about preparing participants for the future clinical research workforce.
Dr Anita Horvath, Director, Research Training