Research & Job OpportunitiesThe following positions are currently available at WIDCORP:
Higher Degrees by Research
The Water in Drylands Collaborative Research Program in conjunction with the University of Ballarat offer the Doctor of Philosophy, Professional Doctorates and Masters by Research. (Doctoral programs typically take three to four years to complete and Masters programs around 18 months) Postgraduate Research Scholarships are available through the University of Ballarat.
Further information is available from WIDCORP or from the Research and Graduate Studies Office Web Page: www.ballarat.edu.au/ard/ubresearch/rgso/index.shtml
PhD Research Opportunities, 2010 Course Fee Waiver Places at Ballarat University
The University has a number of non-scholarship funded places, which are available for part-time as well as full-time study, at PhD and Masters by Research level.
The University of Ballarat has a number of leading international researchers and provides a supportive and friendly higher degrees study environment.
Research Scholarships 2011
The University of Ballarat will have a number of Higher Degree by Research scholarships available for 2011.
The Scholarships available are:
Australian Postgraduate Awards with stipend
International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (course fees) and University of Ballarat Postgraduate Research Scholarships.
Expression of Interest forms and application forms for 2011 scholarship places must be lodged in the Research and Graduate Studies Office by 31 October 2010.
Application forms and further information are available from the Research & Graduate Studies Office:
Phone: (03) 5327 9508
PhD Opportunities @ RMIT University Hamilton?s Potter Rural Community Research Network (RCRN) - 2010
Two Hamilton based PhD scholarships, are available as part of the RCRN project. Potential areas of research include complex systems, food security, low carbon regional futures, collaborative regional governance for natural resource management and rural innovation networks. For more information contact Dr Kaye Scholfield on 03 5572 0500 or email : email@example.com
CSIRO/Deakin PhD scholarship
CSIRO/Deakin PhD scholarship in the Enabling Science Uptake in Coastal Zone Management Cluster will analyse coastal zone management processes in Australia and develop conceptual and adaptive approaches that will enable better science uptake by governments, thereby contributing to a more resilient and sustainable coastal zone.
For more information contact Assoc.Prof. Kevin O Toole on 03 55633490 or email : Kevin.firstname.lastname@example.org
This page was updated on 16th December 2009