Postgraduate study at UQ Poche

Advance your career, change direction, gain specialist knowledge and skills, or pursue your passions with a postgraduate qualification.

UQ Poche provides a safe space for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to pursue postgraduate study across a diverse range of public health issues, supported by wide networks of students and academic staff who stand with you every step of the way.

HDR scholarship opportunities

A generous scholarship opportunity is offered by UQ Poche to support Indigenous students who undertake a Higher Degree by Research (Masters by Research, MPhil or PhD) targeted at improving health and wellbeing outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Potential supervisors

Interested in pursuing postgraduate research with us at UQ Poche? Please get in touch!

HDR Candidates

  • Trudie Broderick

    UQ Poche Scholar
    PhD Candidate
    TC Beirne School of Law
  • Tracy Hardy

    UQ Poche Scholar
    PhD Candidate
    Faculty of Medicine
  • Stephen Harfield

    Senior Research Fellow
    UQ Poche Centre
  • Natasha Lee

    UQ Poche Scholar
    PhD Candidate
    Faculty of Medicine
  • Amy McQuire

    UQ Poche Scholar
    PhD Candidate
    School of Political Science and International Studies
  • Max Mitropolous

    PhD Candidate
    UQ Poche Centre
  • Mitch Rom

    UQ Poche Scholar
    PhD Candidate
    School of Education
  • Lee Sheppard

    UQ Poche Scholar
    PhD Candidate
    School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences
  • Shea Spierings

    Postdoctoral Research Fellow
    UQ Poche Centre
    PhD Candidate
    School of Political Science and International Studies
  • Janet Stajic

    UQ Poche Scholar
    PhD Candidate
    Faculty of Medicine