Data Analytics for Resources and Environments

The Data Analytics for Resources and Environments (DARE) Centre will develop and deliver the skills and tools for Australia’s natural resource industries and managers; to be expert users of data and models; to quantify, explain and understand uncertainty; and to make the best possible evidence-based decisions in exploiting and stewarding the nations’ natural resources and environment.

Make a difference with your PhD and undertake your data science research at DARE.

PhD applicants can enrol for the DARE ARC Training Centre program via the University of Sydney, University of NSW or the University of WA. While each institution may have more specific requirements for entry, applicants may be required to meet the following minimum conditions:

A bachelor’s degree with 1st or 2nd class honours; OR
A master’s degree performed to a high academic standard and which includes a substantial component of research: OR
An equivalent qualification that demonstrates research experience, excellence and capability
Basic competency in data science as outlined in the Guide for Applicants

For more information or to register your interest for study commencing March 2020 please email dare.centre@sydney.edu.au