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Doctor of Philosophy (Indigenous)

Be on the leading edge of Indigenous research. Develop confidence in navigating Indigenous and non-Indigenous standpoints, creating new approaches to complex issues.

Structured support

Progress your research through a series of structured intensives

Highly experienced supervisors

Navigate Indigenous – Western knowledge intersections with expert advisors

Indigenous research excellence

Research topics that benefit community

Commencing

Students can commence research studies at any time throughout the year

Fees

Course fees are not applicable for Domestic students

Duration

4 years full-time

or part-time equivalent

Entry Requirements

Previous research qualification or equivalent

Course Code

111902

Course detail

Real stories

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    Student

    Georgia Storm

    Master of Philosophy (Indigenous)

    The intensive workshop has been fantastic. I’ve never had this level of support in any of my previous education. This is an entirely different way of teaching.

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    Lecturer

    Dr Ailie McDowall

    Higher Degree by Research Coordinator, Indigenous Education and Research Centre

    Our research programs start by engaging students in the problematic body of knowledge that informs disciplinary understandings of Indigenous people. This approach allows research students to develop their own position.

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    Senior Lecturer

    Dr Vincent Backhaus

    Indigenous Education and Research Centre

    Students work in a collaborative space, not just with their peers but with the advisors. It is dynamic, innovative and very much about the dialogue that happens across a shared space.