CAEPR offers graduate students the opportunity to undertake coursework and research leading to degrees at both the Masters and Doctoral levels. Enquiries relating to study at CAEPR should be directed to Dr Will Sanders.
Those wishing to develop expertise in the application of anthropology to contemporary policy and practice in Indigenous affairs can undertake courses through CAEPR as part of the Graduate Program in Indigenous Policy, a specialisation in the Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development (MAAPD), or the highly flexible Graduate Studies Select Program.
CAEPR offers the opportunity for full-time or part-time students to undertake research leading to a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or Master of Philosophy (MPhil) degree in a broad range of disciplines.
For further information on these study options, and on supervisors, key research areas, scholarships and past graduate profiles, please visit CAEPR's Graduate Studies page.
See the ANU postgraduate tuition fees page.