CGS' Graduate Enrollment and Degrees report, published annually since 1986, presents the findings of the CGS/GRE Survey of Graduate Enrollment and Degrees, a joint project of the Council of Graduate Schools and the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) Board.

The latest report, Graduate Enrollment and Degrees: 2005 to 2015, includes more than 100 figures and data tables, as well as interpretative text, on applications for admission to graduate school, first-time and total graduate student enrollment, and graduate degrees and certificates conferred.

You must have, or be completing in 2018, a minimum of an Honours degree (or Masters or Ph D) in a relevant discipline, for example science (particularly earth and spatial science), engineering, maths or statistics.

High-level mathematics and programming skills will be highly regarded.

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In step with our Lasallian tradition, we strive to provide you with individual attention as you pursue a practical, real-world education that will improve the quality of life for you and your family.

The Geoscience Australia Graduate Program offers an outstanding opportunity for you to build a great career in applied science for the benefit of the nation, pursue new challenges, and work in a diverse scientific environment.

As a Geoscience Australia graduate you will participate in a 12 month program to develop your existing skills across a range of work areas and disciplines.

Visit theto view, print or download PDFs of past reports of the Graduate Enrollment and Degrees survey.

Contact For more information about the CGS/GRE Survey of Graduate Enrollment and Degrees, please contact Hironao Okahana.

Current year and trend data are presented by broad field, gender, race/ethnicity, citizenship, attendance status, institutional characteristics, and more.