North West Tasmania plays a key role in Tasmania’s prosperity in areas such as food production, manufacturing and innovative regional development. Building a strong region relies on locally embedded research and UTAS Cradle Coast Campus has a distinctive role to play in the state and national research and innovation framework.
The University of Tasmania offers a range of opportunities for course and research based postgraduate study based at the Cradle Coast Campus.
These include PhDs in:
- Agricultural Science through the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture
- Regional Development through the Institute for Regional Development
- Sociology and psychology
- Information systems and computing
There are generous scholarships for students entering postgraduate research, including the Elite Scholarships program that provides $30,000 per year plus relocation expenses and a laptop computer.