The Australasian Postgraduate Steering Committee takes responsibility for scheduling the annual Australasian Postgraduate Philosophy Conference (APPC) and maintaining networks amongst postgraduate philosophers. The Chair of the Australasian Postgraduate Steering Committee is elected to AAP Council as the Student Representative.

For information about the Australasian Postgraduate Steering Committee, please contact the Student Representative

Australasian Postgraduate Philosophy Conferences

Monash University
28-30 November 2018

University of Queensland 
24-26 November 2017

Australian National University 
23-26 September 2016

University of Adelaide
29 September - 1st October 2015

University of Sydney
22-24 April 2014

University of Melbourne
4-6 October 2013

APPC 2012
University of Auckland
28-30 September 2012

APPC 2011
Monash University
29 April - 1 March 2011

APPC 2010
"The Transdisciplinary Nature of Philosophy"
University of Canterbury, New Zealand
7-9 April 2010

AAPC 2009
Hosted by Macquarie University and Australian National University
15-17 April 2009

AAPC 2008
University of Sydney
26-28 March 2008

Career & Publishing Advice

Philosophers who work outside academia (URL - blog)

 Will your Philosophy Degree get you a job? Studying Philosophy as part of a Non-Academic Career.

Prepared by the AAP, this document outlines the generic skills philosophy graduates obtain as part of studying a philosophy degree.

The Early Career Job Market: Information and Advice for Australian Philosophers

This page is put together by Mark Colyvan, Professor of Philosophy, University of Sydney, through his role organising career workshops in Australia and New Zealand. The page is composed with the Australian experience in mind, but much of the advice is applicable for New Zealand and Singapore.
Note, this is not an AAP authored document and the AAP does not necessarily endorse all of the advice contained therein.

 Publishing your Philosophy

This page is put together by Neil McKinnon, Postdoctoral Fellow, Monash University. Note, this is not an AAP autored document and the AAP does not necessarily endorse all of the advice contained therein.

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