The School of Education and Professional Studies is one of the largest schools at Griffith and its size reflects the diversity of research conducted
The School of Education and Professional Studies is one of the largest education schools or faculties in Australia. It has a broad range of supervisory expertise among its academic staff, covering all aspects of education. The School is committed to be nationally and internationally recognised as a leader in research across the broad fields of inquiry of education, literacy, learning and related areas.
We maintain strong relationships with schools and industry partners, including two school-based teacher education centres of excellence. You'll have the opportunity to engage with experts who are moving education forward in priority areas, including teaching literacy and developing teachers as researchers.
Undertaking a higher degree by research
Identifying HDR supervisors
Comprehensive information about Higher Degree Research (HDR) including courses, application details, candidature and supervision, is available on Griffith's dedicated HDR website.
We offer a range of generous scholarship programs that can cover tuition fees, living allowances paid as stipends, relocation and publication assistance. Scholarships are offered to domestic and international doctorate or masters by research applicants in two competitive application rounds each year.
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.
Griffith Institute for Educational Research
Research and researchers in the School are closely aligned with the Griffith Institute for Educational Research (GIER), with areas of expertise spanning across education systems, curriculum and pedagogy as well as specialist areas in education. GIER promotes multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral research with industry and systems that define research in education beyond traditional expectations.