PhD Scholarship on Totally Disconnected , Locally Compact Groups IN Australia 2020

The University of Newcastle Australia offers PhD A wards to Australian and International students.

The PhD scholarship opportunity is available for students to investigate totally disconnected, locally compact groups under the supervision of ARC Laureate Professor George Willis. 

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SCHOLARSHIP SUMMARY

Application Deadline: February 29, 2020

Degree Level: PhD

Field: A PhD Scholarship to investigate totally disconnected, locally compact groups.

Funding: $27,596 per annum (2019 rate) indexed annually. The living allowance scholarship and tuition fee scholarship is for four years. Scholarships also include up to $1,500 relocation allowance and Overseas Student Health Cover at single rate, for an international candidate.

Place of Study: Australia

Nationality: Australian and international students

Number of Scholarships: Not Known

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Applicants must:

i) have satisfied all of the requirements for admission to the degree of Bachelor with Honours Class 1 or Honours Class II, Division 1 or any other degree approved for this purpose by the Assistant Dean (Research Training); or

ii) have satisfied all of the requirements for admission to the degree of Bachelor in the University or any other degree approved for this purpose by the Assistant Dean (Research Training), and have achieved by subsequent work and study a standard recognised by the Assistant Dean (Research Training) as equivalent to at least Honours Class II, Division 1; or

iii) in exceptional cases submit evidence of possessing such other academic or professional qualifications and/or experience as may be approved by the Assistant Dean (Research Training) on the recommendation of the relevant School; or

iv) in the disciplines of education, medical physics, nursing, social work, social sciences and surgery have completed a minimum standard of professional experience as required by the Assistant Dean (Research Training) on the recommendation of the School; An Australian honours degree with Class 1 or Class 2 division 1. For international students, a four year bachelor degree including a significant research training component attained at a high standard, is commonly considered equivalent to an Australian honours degree; and

In addition, the English language proficiency requirements as described in the English Language Policy.

APPLICATION

Interested applicants should send an email expressing their interest along with scanned copies of their academic transcripts, CV, a brief statement of their research interests and a proposal that specifically links them to the research project.

Please send the email expressing interest to George.Willis@newcastle.edu.au by 5pm on 29 February 2020.

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