Prince of Wales Clinical School (POWCS) has a long tradition of integrating research, teaching, and clinical care. We have world class research facilities, based in the Prince of Wales Hospital in the clinically related disciplines of neurology, nephrology, respiratory, surgery, oncology, amongst others. We also have close affiliations with many centres of renown such as the St Vincent’s Hospital and Garvan Institute.
We provide excellent infrastructure and support to our postgraduate students to pursue high quality research.
We encourage you to peruse the information that follows, which we hope may attract you to join us in what we believe will be a rewarding, educational and collegial experience for you.
Health and Safety
UNSW has strict requirements regarding Health and Safety (H&S). All postgraduate students are required to complete H&S Awareness Training as a basic introductory course. It is also newly available online on 'Blackboard' via MyUNSW - please contact Natalya Oliveira for further information about this option.
Also, if you are working in a laboratory, there are further requirements for training as determined by your supervisor. The types of courses available are listed at the H&S website.
Useful Information and Links
Graduate Research School
Provides information for all postgraduate students - new and current - from admission to thesis submission, orientation, scholarships, (re)enrolment, variation of candidature, supervisor training, upcoming events and publications.
Faculty of Medicine
Provides information about the Faculty of Medicine, staff and students, research and teaching programs.
UNSW Health and Safety (H&S)
Contains current information on the new UNSW HS Management System, including training, policies, procedures, registers, checklists.
Find items in the local UNSW Library collection including course materials, exam papers, books, journal titles, music and DVDs.
Research Integrity, Ethics and Safety at UNSW
Research Integrity at UNSW encompasses the principles of research ethics and safe research practices.