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 26 HDR candidates enrolled, including 17 female students.
NDARC offers scholarships to students who wish to undertake higher degree research on drug and alcohol related-projects that align with the Centre’s core workplan areas. Applications are open for NDARC HDR scholarships (PhD, MRes and MPhil), commencing Term 1 2023.
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.