Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness PhD Scholarship

The University of Melbourne

The successful candidate will be embedded in the Centre on Statelessness and will be expected to take part in the life of the Centre, attending seminars, workshops, and reading groups. The candidate will benefit from the research intensive and collegial environment for PhD students at Melbourne Law School, which includes a comprehensive orientation program, a weekly Research Support Program, three graduate research colloquia per year and an active Graduate Students Association. Involvement in the University of Melbourne's interdisciplinary PhD program in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies provides another support network in a multi-disciplinary environment. Successful candidates may also apply for a competitive MLS Teaching Fellowship, which includes teacher training and mentoring, teaching and administrative experience.
Eligibility: Applicants must: - have completed tertiary studies that are at least equivalent to a 4-year honours degree with a minimum result equivalent to a first class Honours (80%) or an equivalent level of academic attainment as demonstrated by a high 2A undergraduate degree combined with relevant work experience, research publications, referees' reports or other research experience. - be available to undertake research full-time in Melbourne - have not completed a PhD previously - be able to commence their PhD prior to 30 June 2019. - comply with the University's minimum entry requirements including English language requirements
Application closing date: 2/09/2019
Support Type: Scholarship,
Gender: Co-Ed
Frequency of Offer: Annual
Length of Support: 17/06/2019 - 4/09/2022
Location of Study: Melbourne Metropolitan,
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