Through our Education Program, the CRCNA aims to provide a range of activities, educational experiences and professional development opportunities for PhD Scholars, Masters and Undergraduate students as well as those students undertaking studies in vocational institutions, such as TAFE. The CRCNA Education Program is about developing, supporting and retaining research skills and capacity across northern Australia in the areas of:
- agriculture, including aquaculture and food industries
- northern Australian health service delivery, and
- traditional owner-led business development, in the above areas.
All support provided by the CRCNA through the Education Program is via a merit-based process. Applicants will be assessed on the quality of their application and relevance to the work of the CRCNA.
The CRCNA Education Program comprises:
- Postgraduate Student Program
- Undergraduate and Vocational Student Program
- Scholarships and bursaries outline and general applications
- Specific opportunities are advertised on our Current vacancies page
We encourage individual researchers, supervisors and/or Universities who are interested in hosting a higher education degree student to contact the Education Program Coordinator.
Education Program Coordinator