Since NDARC's inception, more than 80 students have successfully completed a higher degree research (HDR) program at the Centre (PhD and Masters), with a success rate of over 90%.
Currently NDARC has 25 HDR candidates enrolled, including three Aboriginal students and 17 female students. NDARC students and staff publish in medical and health journals, and the most influential specialist drug and alcohol publications.
NDARC offers scholarships to students who wish to undertake HDR on drug and alcohol related projects that align with the Centre’s core workplan areas. Applications are now open for NDARC HDR scholarships (PhD, MRes and MPhil), commencing term one 2021.
A number of NDARC staff are available to supervise HDR candidates. Visit find a supervisor for a full list of potential supervisors. Visit HDR scholarship projects for a list of projects currently seeking students.
If you have any questions or require further information about NDARC’s HDR program please email firstname.lastname@example.org.