Research in Victoria’s Faculty of Education is focused on improving policy and practice across the education sector.
Our research ultimately aims to help improve educational experience and achievement for all—from early childhood to higher education.
The Faculty provides innovative postgraduate programmes that bridge learning, research and professional practice. We take an interdisciplinary approach and work to promote collaborative research links across the University and with the professions.
We offer a supportive environment for our research students to examine a wide range of issues in education in New Zealand and beyond.
Research focus and strengths
- education policy, curriculum, and implementation
- special education
- educational psychology
- early childhood education
- educational leadership
- Māori education
- Pasifika education
- international education
- teacher learning
- adult education
- social justice and citizenship
- educational health and wellbeing
- learning environments
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The Faculty of Education offers two research Master’s and two doctoral programmes.
Research across disciplines
The Faculty of Education offers research degrees in education, although we encourage innovation by thinking beyond traditional subject boundaries. You can take an interdisciplinary approach to your research—combining ideas or methods from other subjects within the University or collaborating with other schools.
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Discover Victoria’s wide range of specialist subjects for postgraduates. Find the qualification that’s right for you to advance your knowledge and expertise.