Thursday, October 1, 2015

Quentin Bryce Law Doctoral Scholarship





A Quentin Bryce Law Doctoral Scholarship enables students to undertake a PhD in a faculty which has a dynamic and vibrant research culture and to work with nationally and internationally recognised academic supervisors.

UTS:Law has an expanding research degree program. The Faculty is committed to building an active and supportive research student community, which is also integrated into the Faculty research community.

Researchers in UTS:Law are working in fields which have the potential for real-world impact and change. The research is innovative and uses interdisciplinary, socio-legal, theoretical, and doctrinal approaches to address research questions. Regulation of biomedical technologies, refugee law, family and relationship law, new media and communications regulation, law and culture, and legal history are just some examples of the richness of the research being undertaken at UTS:Law.

Value and duration
Benefits offered under the scholarships include:
  • a stipend of $30,000 per annum for 3 years
  • a research support fund of $1,500 per annum
  • paid holiday, sick, maternity, and parenting leave
Separate support may be available for international students to cover tuition fees.

Eligibility
The scholarships are open to domestic and international students.
Applicants must have completed a Masters Degree by research or a Bachelor Degree with first class honours, or be regarded by the University as having an equivalent level of attainment.

Selection process
Scholarships will be awarded according to the following selection criteria:
  • academic merit of the applicant;
  • research and other relevant experience of the applicant;
  • publication record of the applicant;
  • quality of the research proposal; and,
  • relevance of the proposed research to the Faculty's research strengths.

Doctoral Teaching Fellowship
Successful scholarship applicants may also be offered a Doctoral Teaching Fellowship which will provide an opportunity to gain valuable teaching experience in the Faculty of Law.
Doctoral Teaching Fellows will receive a salary of $25,000 per annum in addition to the QBLD scholarship, and be expected to teach 4 hours per week in both Autumn and Spring semesters.

Fellows will be appointed for a period of 12 months with an expectation that the Fellowship will be re-offered for two further 12 month periods, up to a maximum of 3 years.
Entitlement to continue as a Doctoral Teaching Fellow will be dependent upon the Fellow:
  • continuing to hold the Quentin Bryce Law Doctoral Scholarship;
  • meeting the ongoing eligibility requirements of the scholarship's Conditions of Award
  • performing satisfactorily the duties of the Doctoral Teaching Fellowship.

Applications
Admission application deadline
Potential Quentin Bryce Scholarship applicants must first complete the faculty's mandatory pre-assessment process to determine eligibility for the PhD program.

Please note that applicants must have completed pre-assessment and a formal application to the Graduate Research School by the appropriate deadline for their QBS application to be valid.

Scholarship application deadline
Spring 2016
International: 31 March 2016
Domestic: 31 May 2016





For further details and application please visit the Quentin Bryce Law Doctoral Scholarship page.

Popular Posts