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Charles Darwin University (CDU)

  • 20% international / 80% domestic

Diploma of Indigenous Research

  • Diploma

Find out about studying a Diploma of Indigenous Research at Charles Darwin University (CDU)

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Online, In person
Intake Months
Feb, Jul

About this course

Want to base your research on Australian Indigenous knowledge? Ready to make a positive change for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians through collaborative research? The Diploma of Indigenous Research is an opportunity for you to build on the profound depth of research knowledge that already exists with the traditions of Indigenous people within Australia. Indigenous people have extensive experience in research, both as participants and leaders of research initiated within and by universities and other agencies, but also as leaders of research work based within the knowledge foundations of their own cultural and philosophical traditions. This course focuses on promoting knowledge and cultural tradition research in Indigenous groups and its positive contributions to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous society. It also aims to open up the knowledge-making spaces between the western academy and Indigenous knowledge academies to explore new and generative research methodologies that can emerge from genuine and equal collaboration. This course targets Indigenous students, however, non-Indigenous students with suitable experience may apply.

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