Generic Skills & Attributes
Research training is vital to the University of Canberra's research vision. Our aim is to further equip our graduates with the skills and expertise required to be workforce ready, with the understanding that our graduates will be influencing practice and leading innovation across a broad range of work environments.
The Generic Skills statement applies to all HDR candidates and graduates, however doctoral candidates are expected to acquire generic skills and attributes at a more advanced level than masters by research candidates. Read more on Generic Skill descriptors and self assessment of generic skills and attributes
Academic milestones, which operate as goals against which progress is monitored, allow for the acquisition of, as well as assessment of Generic Skills.