Research and Scholarship
At the Asia Pacific International College (APIC) we see quality research and scholarship as essential to ensuring a high-quality learning and teaching environment that meets the needs of staff and students.
The capacity to evaluate questions, ideas, or processes through quantitative or qualitative evidence, and the ability to find novel solutions for expected and unexpected problems are key attributes of APIC graduates. These graduate attributes are aligned with the key overarching APIC curriculum themes of evidence-based decision making and real-world application.
For APIC academic staff, opportunities to engage in discipline-based research and in scholarship of teaching and learning are essential for maintaining currency of the curriculum. Our academic team are committed to applied, contemporary research and scholarship. Find out more about the research interests of our academic staff.
To support high quality applied research to address current, real-world issues by promoting a culture of research and scholarship at APIC, through activities such as:
- The APIC Research and Scholarship Seminar Series
- The APIC Small Research Grant Scheme to support staff research
- The APIC Conference Support Fund to encourage students to present their work at professional and academic conferences