Student Profile – Les McGrath
Les McGrath’s research gave him the opportunity to present his findings in Australia, Greece, the United States, and at the prestigious Ghent University in Belgium.
A PhD qualifies students as experts in their fields. The opportunities to apply this knowledge will be extensive, both in industry and academia.
Programme code: AK3518
Duration: 2 to 6 years
Start date: Any time
Applications are welcome at all times during the year.
Normal admission for a doctoral degree is a master's degree with honours or a bachelor's degree with honours. The degree must have included advanced learning in research, a research project and a research report/thesis.
AUT offers numerous scholarships and awards to eligible students, including the faculties Doctoral fee scholarship:
FHES Doctoral Fee Scholarship
Note: DHSc candidates are only eligible for the time they are enrolled as full-time thesis student of reference.
Staff in the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences supervise PhD research on a wide range of topics. Research areas for Doctorals include, but are not limited to:
For information on supervisors research areas, download the Health and Environmental Sciences supervision booklet
Associate Dean (Postgraduate)
Erica Hinckson PhD
Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences
Faculty of Health & Environmental Sciences research enquiries
Doctor of Health Science enquiries to:
Associate Professor Liz Smythe
To find out more about Health and Environmental Sciences postgraduate study at AUT, contact the AUT student hub.
Free Phone: 0800 AUT UNI or 0800288864
Phone: +64 9 921 999
International Students need to contact our International Centre as some postgraduate qualifications from the faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences have restrictions and limited spaces available. For more information, please complete the international enquiry form.
Last updated: 18-Jul-2017 2.52pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.