Muscular Dystrophy NSW PhD Scholarship
DESCRIPTION: A full-time postgraduate scholarship is available for a suitably qualified candidate in a relevant discipline to undertake research studies leading to a PhD. The Sue Connor Scholarship (for commencement in 2014) is available to a scholar who wishes to undertake a PhD degree in the field of research into neuromuscular conditions. Proposals for research may be from any relevant discipline, as long as the proposed research has a demonstrable current or future benefit to those living with neuromuscular conditions, and aligns with MDNSW’s strategic directions.
ELIGIBILITY: Candidates should have an undergraduate degree in a discipline relevant to the proposed title of the PhD degree which he/she wishes to undertake. He/she should meet citizenship or visa requirements and reside in Australia throughout the funding period. Candidates should meet all the requirements of the Administering Institution to enrol in a PhD degree. The Administering Institution will be located in NSW.
AMOUNT AWARDED: The scholarship is valued at $39,000 per annum (tax exempt, if conditions are met) and may be renewed for up to three years, subject to satisfactory progress.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: The Application Form, Referees’ Report Form, Profile and CV Instructions and General Instructions for Applicants are available here.If you have a question which is not addressed on the website please send the question by email to: email@example.com
CLOSING DATE: 10 July 2013
For more information please visit http://mdnsw.org.au/neuromuscular-condition/research/phd-scholarship/