2 to 4 years full-time
3 to 8 years part-time
Exempt under RTP (more)
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is Griffith's premier research training degree. It is your opportunity to explore a specific research area or topic that you are passionate about. You will be challenged to develop your original research project and receive mentoring and guidance from your supervisor. The PhD is awarded on the basis of a thesis or other substantial research output prepared independently under supervision that makes a significant and original contribution to knowledge in the relevant field of study as judged by independent experts of international standing.
More information about what a research degree involves can be found on the What is a research degree? website.
For information about potential employment and career pathways as a Doctor of Philosophy graduate, please visit the Research Graduate Outcomes website.
Domestic candidates who are admitted to this Higher Degree Research (HDR) program are exempt from tuition fees. Candidates will be provided a Commonwealth Government Research Training Program (RTP) Fee Offset supplemented by tuition fee support from Griffith University.