Friday, November 18, 2016

Centre for Mining Restoration – Rare Species Management PhD Scholarships, 2017 in Australia

A number of unique scholarship opportunities are available to undertake a PhD in rare species management. The PhD research programs are an important part of the larger ARC Centre for Mining Restoration funded to deliver a suite of integrated and focused research projects underpinning successful mining restoration outcomes. 

These PhDs available are a unique opportunity to work in the nexus of restoration science and industry with practical outcomes to deliver on real-world rare flora challenges. Refer to the Centre for Mining Restoration webpage for available projects or propose your own with a summary of how it fits within the goals and aims of the Rare Species theme.

The research will be supervised by Dr Sean Tomlinson, Dr Shane Turner, Prof Grant Wardell-Johnson and Prof Kingsley Dixon.

Student type
  • Future Students
Course type
  • Postgraduate Research
Non-gender specific

  • Permanent Humanitarian Visa
  • New Zealand Citizen
  • Australian Permanent Resident
  • Australian Citizen
  • International students
Scholarship base
  • Merit Based
Maximum number awarded

The Centre for Mining Restoration Postgraduate Scholarships provide an annual stipend for up to three years. Successful candidates will receive a stipend of $30,746 p/a tax-free stipend + operating funds.

Eligibility criteria
Students with a relevant Honours or Masters degree, or who can demonstrate equivalence through work experience and/or publication(s). Must be eligible to enrol in a PhD at Curtin University.
Have completed four years of higher education studies at a high level of achievement.
Hold or expect to obtain, First Class Honours or equivalent results.

Be enrolled in or accepted to enrol in a Higher Degree by Research as a full-time student at Curtin.

For further scholarship details and application procedures visit the Centre for Mining Restoration – Rare Species Management PhD Scholarships website

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