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CDIPS scholarship opportunities

The Asia Pacific College of Business and Law (APCBL) is offering limited Charles Darwin International PhD Scholars (CDIPS) scholarships to support research into important business sustainability themes. 

We enable scholars to undertake a PhD in a contemporary sustainability area and support candidates to achieve a quality publication record to help launch their careers.

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Dean of Business & Law, David Low
Professor David Low

Message from the Dean

The social and cultural endowments of Northern Australia inform our commitment to sustainable business innovation that builds on Indigenous, local and global knowledge. Similarly, law courses at CDU encourage an appreciation of legal issues of special significance to the Northern Territory, including Aboriginal legal issues and South East Asian law.

We offer a range of programs from VET to Master level, providing you with a solid theoretical and practical legal education and satisfy the academic requirements for admission to professional practice, supporting a multitude of career paths, including politics, the public service, or industrial relations.

Studying with CDU means studying at a university with a proud reputation for the quality of its teaching and graduate outcomes. We have a record of innovation in digital delivery and online learning, with most programs offered both on and off campus. Our online courses use the latest technologies to ensure that your learning experience is as complete, convenient and fulfilling as studying on-campus.

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  • Charles Darwin University (CDU) engineering students Napoleao Da Silva (left) and Trang Nguyen participate in the social innovation challenge with support from professionals like Lecturer Dr Ulrike Kachel and Student Council Sustainability Officer Jens Cheung (right).

    Social innovation challenge tackles food waste in the NT

    A social innovation challenge has kicked off today at Charles Darwin University (CDU), converging brilliant young minds pitching ideas to reduce food waste in the Northern Territory.

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    CDU launches first pop-up degree, making higher education more accessible in the regions

    The first pop-up degree is being launched by Charles Darwin University (CDU), giving regional Territorians the option to study sustainable business practices close to home, making higher education more accessible in the regions. 

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    Youth advocate Sizol Fuyana named NT Young Australian of the Year

    Bachelor of Laws and Psychology student at Charles Darwin University (CDU), Sizol Fuyana, has been named 2022 NT Young Australian of the Year at an awards ceremony last night.

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