Leading innovative music research with strong artistic and social outcomes
The Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre (QCRC) undertakes leading-edge research that tackles the complex and multi-faceted role that music plays in contemporary society.
Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre collaborates with national and international partners and stakeholders to cultivate projects that are imaginative in content and design, interdisciplinary in nature, and dedicated to addressing the pressing needs of our time.
Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre
Find out more about the recent news, events, exhibitions, conferences, opportunities, resources and training available through the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre
Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre brings together key researchers across a diverse range of specialty areas.
QCRC has a diverse array of projects covering climate change, health equity, social justice, desistance from crime, poverty alleviation, community wellbeing or cultural sustainability
Identifying HDR supervisors
Applicants are expected to identify at least two possible supervisors in their application for admission.
You may wish to contact the relevant HDR Convenor for advice on enrolment and potential supervisors:
- Queensland Conservatorium: Dr Catherine Grant
Research and postgraduate study
Whether you're beginning your research study or continuing at a higher level, our degrees provide a unique opportunity to follow a specific interest in a particular research area.
Graduate Certificates provide graduates with a solid understanding of their chosen field. They provide a comprehensive foundation for future postgraduate study.
These specialist degrees combine coursework with professional and/or artistic practice.
The PhD is Griffith’s premier research training degree. It is awarded for a thesis (or a series of published papers), drafted under supervision, which makes an original, significant, and extensive contribution to knowledge and understanding in your field of study.