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Everything you need to know about undertaking a PhD in Arts, including supervisors, scholarships and subjects available.
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Explore the valuable resources available to you as you begin your research journey as a new candidate on a PhD or named doctorate.
You can search for a doctoral supervisor that will best suit you and your research needs.
Luna Zhao relishes sharing ideas and meeting new people as her PhD explores how Kiwi political parties use marketing to target Chinese New Zealand voters.
After completing her BA (Hons), Melissa Irvine dived into a PhD in Linguistics discovering the emergence and impact of new languages in the Caribbean.
Our leading researchers are available to supervise postgraduate research exploring Indigenous-centred knowledge.
Research movements, migrations and mobilities in Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland — a mooring place for waka/canoes arriving from many places, but tied together here.
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