Being a research student at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies provides you with the unique opportunity to contribute to Indigenous knowledge for future generations. You can join an active research hub made up of research students at honours, master and PhD levels. Become a pioneer for change and join us today.
Our students, staff and research fellows study various areas of Indigenous education, health and community management which focus on developing practical solutions to contemporary issues faced by Aboriginal Australians. In addition to this, many faculties across Curtin are producing research into areas such as Indigenous health, sustainability, tourism and business.
If you’re interested in the below disciplines, we encourage you to start your research journey at the Centre for Aboriginal Studies:
- Income, employment and economic resources
- Law, social justice and community development
- Education, learning and skills
- Health and wellbeing
- Language, arts and history
- Culture, heritage and environment
- Sports and recreation
Higher degrees by research
We offer a range of research degrees designed to enhance knowledge of Indigenous cultures and develop practical outcomes.Our research degrees
Research activities and achievements
Our research involves identifying and investigating a range of health, culture, education and community topics and issues.Our research activities