Eligible graduate students can apply for a private office-style room in the 1888 building. They are in high demand, and terms and conditions apply.

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Tenured Study Spaces are private office-style rooms assigned to late-stage research students on a 6–12 month basis. Each space has a desk, computer (PC or Mac), phone, lockable cupboards and bookshelves.

  • How much does a TSS cost?
    Nothing. They're free for eligible graduate students.
  • How are TSSs allocated?
    Priority is given to students who are in the final stages of their course. This means within six months of completion for master's or diploma students, or within twelve months of completion for PhD students. Demand for Tenured Study Spaces is high, so they are allocated according to a policy. 
  • When do applications open?
    Applications are considered by a Committee that meets each month, but you can make an application whenever you want. Specific dates can be found in the application form.
  • How do I apply?
    First, fill out and sign the application form, and remember to include a supporting statement and a copy of your Statement of Enrolment. When these steps are complete, you can lodge the form by post, fax, email or in person.

 

Applications & Extensions

These forms can be submitted by post, fax, email or in person at Reception.

Application Form 2017   Extension Form 2017

  

 

Enquiries

For all TSS enquiries, please contact:

  Colemann Leong
Phone: (03) 8344 8669
tss@gsa.unimelb.edu.au