SCC Postgraduate Resources

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Intensive short Courses

Our courses are designed with graduate research students in mind. Intensive short courses are discounted for University of Melbourne students.

We also deliver the post-graduate course Statistics for Research Workers (MAST90007).

SCC current intensive courses: Handbook entry for MAST90007 Make an enquiry about courses Send an email about courses

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Graduate Researcher Statistical Assistance Scheme

For graduate researchers of the University who need statistical advice, the Centre has a special, centrally-funded service called The Graduate Researcher Statistical Assistance Scheme.

New appointments can be made for 2017. *Please also note conditions for the scheme will be changing these are still being finalised. Please call for further information.

Preparing for an appointment with a SCC consultant? Condition form Preparing your data

Make an appointment:

Call on 8344 6995. Send an enquiry about the scheme

The Fine Print:

If you are a Masters by research, PhD or MD student of the University of Melbourne, the Statistical Consulting Centre has a centrally-funded service. In 2017, this service is only available to students who have not used the service in the past.

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Preparing for your appointment:

You will need to bring a copy of the "Statistical consulting service to post-graduate students" form signed by your supervisor. Please present on your first consultation. The consultants may decline to provide statistical assistance to students without a signed form.

Download form here pdf

The Statistical Consulting Centre offers advice, statistical consulting and data analysis to staff and postgraduate students within the University and others outside the University.

Consultants can assist with all stages of a research project and postgraduates are strongly encouraged to see a consultant when they are planning their study. When you have reached the stage of entering or analysing your data, you can prepare for meeting with a consultant by following these guidelines.

Some results of our survey of our 2004 postgraduate clients

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