Research degree programs provide a unique opportunity to follow a specific interest in an particular area of research, to focus on this for several years and make an important contribution to the development of new knowledge. Research degrees are offered in all departments across all Griffith University campuses.
With more than 800 academics actively researching in their field across a number of research centres, Griffith University's Research Hub is a rich and informative guide to assist you in Finding an Expert, or identifying a Supervisor for your higher degree by research.
Higher Degree Research Scholarships
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarships offered by Griffith University:
- Griffith University Indigenous Australian Postgraduate Research Scholarship
- Patience Thoms Indigenous Australian (Honours/ Postgraduate) Scholarships
- Griffith University Postgraduate Research Scholarships
- Other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarships
Schedule of Closing Dates
Please note that Closing Dates for Scholarships vary each year.
Griffith University offers its students numerous opportunities to supplement your studies and extend your skills. See our interactive search to find out what's available!
The GUMURRII SSU has dedicated Senior Learning Assistance Officers who provide advice and support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander postgraduate students studying (or interested in studying) at Griffith University.
Your contact is: Mr John Graham (Nathan Campus).
The First Peoples Health Unit is focused on supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students with an interest in a career in the health or allied health sector.