Australia National University in Australia invites applications for the Agent-Based Modelling Scholarship open to holders of Bachelor degree with at least upper second-class honours (first class honours is preferred) or equivalent, or a Graduate Diploma or Master degree for 2018/2019 academic year.
This PhD Scholarship is offered by the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, attached to Professor Sue O’Connor’s Australian Laureate Fellowship, which is to conduct research on the earliest modern human colonisation of Island South East Asia.
ANU College of Asia & Pacific offers two research degrees: the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and the Master of Philosophy (MPhil). The PhD, in which almost 400 students are currently enrolled, is a three to four-year research degree requiring the production of an 80-100,000 word thesis. Most students are required to undertake some preparatory coursework in their first year. All research students work closely with an academic supervisor and a panel of advisors. The College offers PhD and MPhil research supervision in a wide range of disciplines from the humanities and social sciences.
Worth of Award
- $27,652 per annum
- Funding for involvement in fieldwork in Indonesia (if desired), software, international travel for conference attendance in years 2 and 3 of the PhD.
- Payments made fortnightly, payments made for 4 years.
- Must hold a Bachelor degree with at least upper second-class honours (first class honours is preferred) or equivalent, or a Graduate Diploma or Master degree with a significant research thesis component and/or relevant experience.
- Eligible Program is 9050 PhD in Culture History and Language, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.
How to Apply
- They strongly encourage you to investigate other funding options before submitting your application.
- The closing date for applications if you want to be considered for ANU scholarship is 31 August to commence by the following March.
Deadline: applications close 31 August 2018