UWA Profiles and Research Repository explained

What is the UWA Profiles and Research Repository?

The UWA Profiles and Research Repository is an open platform that provides comprehensive and current information about all aspects of the research and teaching activities of UWA staff, enabling the dissemination of research outputs, activities and achievements to potential researchers, students, industry partners and the wider community.

The UWA Profiles and Research Repository supports the University's strategic goal to be a global leader in internationally renowned research by communicating high quality, freely available UWA research publications to a broad worldwide audience. It also supports UWA researchers to comply with funder Open Access mandates and the University's Excellence in Research Australia (ERA) submission.

Profiles in the Repository are the sole, authorised public profiles for UWA staff. Current Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students can request a profile in the UWA Profiles and Research Repository.

Postgraduate research students who commenced their candidature after March 2003 are required to lodge their Thesis with the Repository, and will have been advised of this requirement by the Graduate Research School.

More information is available on the Support and FAQs page.

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