RESEARCH students at Griffith University on the Gold Coast are currently seeking tourism industry partners to cooperatively work on PhD research projects.
One of the leading institutions for tourism and hospitality, the University’s Griffith Institute for Tourism is seeking $29,000 per year for three years, as well as a commitment to work with the researcher and two academic supervisors to shape the project, with key areas of expertise including market analysis and intelligence; visitor travel behaviour and sustainability tools; climate change; visitor statistics and economic modelling, among others.
Participants may also qualify for the Australian Government Research and Development
Tax Incentive to help offset costs - CLICK HERE for further information.
Those who are interested can get in contact with Griffith Institute for Tourism Director, Associate Professor Sarah Gardiner - s.gar[email protected]fith. edu.au.