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Education, Training & Mentoring
CEPAR is committed to creating a new generation of researchers devoted to ageing research, trained in cross-disciplinary skills, with the ability to engage with and respond to the needs of end users.
There are opportunities to become directly involved in the CEPAR research program by enrolling as an undergraduate honours or higher degree research student under the supervision of a CEPAR Investigator or through employment as a postdoctoral or research fellow. We offer students and fellows:
- Supervision and mentoring by internationally recognised experts in their field
- Cross-disciplinary training which provides both breadth and depth
- Training in stakeholder engagement and the communication of social science research
- Connections with some of the world's leading centre's in the field
- A range of scholarships
Students and early career researchers not involved directly with the CEPAR research program are invited to participate in a range of events which bring emerging researchers together from a variety of disciplines.
Higher Degree Research Student Enrolment
We offer opportunities for outstanding domestic and international applicants with expertise in actuarial studies, demography, economics, epidemiology, psychology or sociology to join our multidisciplinary research team as higher degree research (HDR).
Future students should contact a CEPAR Chief or Associate Investigator to enquire about enrolment opportunities or email to express interest in HDR enrolment.
Opportunities exist for suitably qualified domestic and international students to undertake a 4th year honours program in a population ageing related topic in selected disciplines.
Please email to express interest in Honours enrolment.
Workshops and other training opportunities are advertised on the events page.
Mentoring for CEPAR Early and Mid Career Researchers
The CEPAR Mentoring Scheme is a formal scheme designed to pair CEPAR Fellows with senior researchers within the Centre who will act as Mentors in addition to their formal supervisors. Further information is contained in the Guidelines. For an application form please email Amy Brushwood [email@example.com].