PhD and Research Masters
The School of Education aims to provide a quality environment that supports PhD and Research Masters students as educational researchers.
We provide a high standard of supervision for our research degree candidates, with many of our academic staff enjoying international reputations for the quality of their research.
A range of support is offered to candidates including provision of a dedicated workspace, access to funds for research related costs, opportunities to apply for conference grants, and provision of professional learning workshops and opportunities to test and share ideas with fellow researchers.
Full time PhD candidates in the School have access to $1500 per year for 3 years (or part time equivalent). Full time MPhil candidates have access to $1500 per year for two years (or part time equivalent).
Through hosting regular professional learning workshops, fortnightly Staff and Students Talking about Research (SSTAR) Sessions, and biannual SSTAR conferences, candidates have many opportunities to test and share ideas with fellow researchers, prepare for confirmation and become engaged in national or international conferences.
Find A PhD or Research Masters program
Below you will find information on undertaking a PhD or Research Masters that is specific to each research area within the School of Education. This includes available supervisors, research methodologies, current graduate research and how to apply.