Ensuring the advancement, transmission and preservation of Indigenous knowledge systems.
Add your voice to Australia’s story with a degree in Indigenous knowledges, language, research, or Indigenous policy and advocacy. Our courses are relevant to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students.
Our objective is to share key elements of Indigenous knowledge within the guidelines of Indigenous protocols both nationally and globally to ensure and safeguard the advancement, transmission and preservation of Indigenous knowledge systems.
Our College is at the forefront of appropriate and respectful teaching practices that value Indigenous knowledge and ways of learning. Our research and teaching staff provide valuable expertise that shapes teaching and learning at CDU and more broadly.
We're committed to Indigenous participation. We make a significant contribution to the social, cultural and economic well-being of Indigenous people and communities in the Northern Territory and beyond.
Our College fosters strong relationships with Indigenous community groups to provide focal points for assistance in building the capacity and employability of people interested in land and sea management in both urban and remote areas of the Northern Territory.
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