Centre of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education
Research Higher Degrees in the Centre of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education
CEEHE is committed to providing a supportive and dynamic environment for research development—by fostering peer support networks, enabling access to leading international scholars in the field (through visiting Professor programs and collaborations with overseas institutions and networks), and providing opportunities to enter new spaces of scholarship under the mentorship of supervisors and other CEEHE staff.
Research Higher Degree students are an integral part of CEEHE's community of praxis and contribute to our research outputs and impact. Our current cohort represent a range of disciplines, methodologies, and modes of study, focussed on issues of social justice and equity in higher education.
CEEHE welcomes expressions of interest from potential RHD candidates from across disciplines, at PhD or Masters level, in line with the University’s eligibility requirements and application processes.
Mode of study
Research—Full time (PhD or Masters level)
Aligning with CEEHE's principles and commitment to social justice, candidates undertake new research to address issues of equity in higher education and life-long learning.
Praxis—Part-time (PhD or Masters level) combined with equity practice
Aligning with CEEHE’s commitment to praxis based frameworks, PhD candidates are supported to embed higher-degree level research in their field of practice and complete a PhD (generally by publication) alongside their work.
Applying for a Research Higher Degree
If you would like to find out more about Research Higher Degrees with CEEHE please contact us on the details below.
- You can learn more about applying for a Research Higher Degree at UON here.
- You can learn more about available RHD scholarships here.
Current PhD Students
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Centre of Excellence for Equity in Higher Ed
'Re/cognising the fr/Ames of university equity outreach: A cautionary tale of unintended consequences in Australian Equity and Widening Participation policy, practice and evaluation.'
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