An application may be submitted at any time.
Admission is subject to availability of facilities and supervision.
- Possess a degree equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from the University
- Satisfy additional requirements, if any, that may be prescribed by the Dean (Graduate Studies).
All candidates are expected to be proficient in English comprehension and expression.
The Faculty of Education has two research concentrations, namely the Sustainability, Environment and the Arts in Education (SEAE) and TeachLab.
SEAE welcomes HDR researchers across sustainability, environment and the Arts in education, for example:
- Environmental Education in the Anthropocene from K-12, higher education and the community
- Sustainability in the Anthropocene
- Arts Education in the Anthropocene from K-12, higher education and the community
- STEAM/ STEM
- Childhoodnature and Natureplay
- Arts-based Educational Research (e.g. a/r/tography)
- Walking Inquiry
- Pedagogy and Curriculum
- Theoretical studies (e.g. posthumanism, poststructuralism, postqualitative).
TeachLab welcomes HDR researchers across educational improvement, for example:
- Educational leadership
- School improvement
- Teacher Education
- Professional Experience
- Curriculum Studies
- Virtual learning
- Higher education governance