UON provides all students with the facilities, technology and funding to succeed. It is important that you know what you are entitled to, and how to access it.
You may be eligible for research funding support of a minimum $1,500 pa (pro-rata) each semester. This funding can be used towards conference travel, consumables or other expenses you might need to carry out your research. These funds are administered by your School and are normally only available after the successful completion of confirmation of candidature. Please contact your Faculty’s Research Training Officer for more information.
Your Faculty is also responsible for providing you with access to a workstation and other office facilities required to undertake your research. see the Guidelines for Resourcing Higher Degree by Research Students (PDF, 23.2KB).
Your Research Training Officer will be able to assist with the allocation of these resources.
To support you in your studies you will be provided with a free Dell laptop computer, which is yours to keep when you successfully complete. You will be contacted prior to enrolment with details on how to collect your laptop. If you missed this email or have any queries, please contact UON Graduate Research: firstname.lastname@example.org. Click on the link to view the standard suite of software provided.
Specifications of the Dell Latitude e5490:
- Ports: 1x HDMI, 1x Ethernet, 1x VGA, 1x DisplayPort over USB-C, 3x USB 3.1, 1x headphone/microphone
- Dell Optical Mouse - Black
- Dell Multimedia Keyboard (English) - Black
- Dell Professional Briefcase 14
- Battery Carries 1Yr Warranty from Invoice Date
- 4Yr ProSupport: Next Business Day Onsite Service
- 65 Watt AC Adaptor
- Primary 4-cell 68W/HR Battery
- Intel® Integrated UHD Graphics 620
- 256GB Solid State Drive M.2 PCIe
- 8GB (1x8GB) DDR4 Memory
- Integrated Intel® Core™ i5-8350U (Dual Core, 2.6GHz, 3M cache)
- 14.0” HD (1366 x 768) Non-Touch LCD with Webcam
IT Services will provide support for the standard configuration of your laptop. Please log a support call with the 17triplezero IT Service Desk.
If your Principal Supervisor has indicated that a more advanced computer is required for your research, your academic unit will arrange for this to be issued to you.
Off-campus candidates may be provided with a laptop upon request. Note that the University is unable to provide comprehensive IT support to candidates located off-campus.
The Academic Research Computing Support (ARCS) team is responsible for meeting the specialised computing needs of UON researchers, academic staff and research students. If you require access to High Performance Computing facilities or a research application not provided in the standard suite of software you can contact the UON eResearch Analyst for advice.