University of Melbourne Fully-Funded PhD Scholarship and Fellowship 2022

Please check your E-mail inbox or spam to confirm.
👤 Eligibility: In Post-Graduate Programs for Post Graduates (RSS)
🕡 Deadline: Apr 01, 2022 (See all deadlines)
🔔 Set Reminder: Google Calender or iCAL
❓ Help / ⚠️ Report: Get in Touch
🆕 New: More Opportunities now at Latestopportunities.com
 

The University of Melbourne in Australia is calling for applications for three scholars to undertake a PhD as part of Professor Sundhya Pahuja’s ARC Laureate Program in Global Corporations and International Law.

JOIN US FOR MORE ON:
or

The PhD scholarships will enable outstanding PhD candidates to join the Laureate team (comprising Professor Pahuja, two post-doctoral fellows, three PhD candidates, local and international visitors, and local and international collaborators) at the Melbourne Law School.

SEE ALSO: University of East Anglia 2022-2023 International Excellence Scholarship

Details

The Program aims to generate a breakthrough in approaches to the growing challenge to democracy posed by global corporations and to create the world-leading research program and infrastructure on which a better relationship between states and global corporations can be based in the future.

The candidate will propose a suitable topic related to the project and refine it in consultation with their supervisors during the early stages of the candidature.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for University of Melbourne Global Corporations and International Law PhD Scholarship, applicants are expected to meet the following conditions:

  • Applicants must be eligible for acceptance by the University of Melbourne into a PhD program and the scholarship is conditional upon acceptance into the PhD program. As this Scholarship is hosted by the Melbourne Law School, the applicant will need to meet the entry requirements of the Law School PhD program, and the ARC’s additional requirements for Laureate PhD candidates.
  • Applicants must have a prior law degree is relevant but may not be essential, depending on the application, project and other qualifications. By the commencement of the program, applicants must have completed an accredited undergraduate degree with first class or upper second-class honours with equivalent indications of outstanding research ability, or have an outstanding record of professional or research achievements since graduation.
  • The ARC requires that Laureate PhDs are enrolled full-time, cannot already have a PhD in Law, and cannot already have received a PhD scholarship from the Australian Government.  If you are not sure if you are eligible, you can either submit the documents required for Stage 1 bar the research proposal to Professor Pahuja for an indication of eligibility or submit the Stage 1 documents in full for potential shortlisting (recommended).

The Scholarship Benefits

Successful applicants for Melbourne Law School PhD Scholarship will receive the following benefits:

  • Full fee remission for up to 4 years
  • Stipend of 35,000 AUD per annum pro rata (full-time study rate) for up to 4 years, and includes limited paid sick, maternity and parenting leave
  • Relocation allowance and Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) where relevant
  • Research support funds through the Laureate Project for project related travel

As the candidate will be based in Law, they will additionally have access to up to $7500 in research support funds over the course of their candidature. The candidate will also have the opportunity to carry out paid research to support the project, as relevant.

SEE ALSO: University of Melbourne 250 Academic Scholarships and Study Grants in Australia

Other benefits include:

  • Extensive mentoring as part of the Laureate Team
  • Access to all MLS/University of Melbourne research training initiatives
  • A personal workspace in the Law School

How to Apply

The application for this University of Melbourne PhD Scholarship and Fellowship is in two stages;

  • Stage 1: In the first instance, applicants should submit the following items to Professor Sundhya Pahuja:
    • Full CV (including publications, if any).
    • All prior undergraduate and graduate academic transcripts, including full grading scales.
    • Information on prior research completed (e.g., Honours thesis, Masters’ thesis, essays longer than about 5,000 words, with titles and abstracts).
    • A writing sample of a substantial assessed research paper or thesis by the applicant.
    • Research proposal of two pages (maximum); this may be at the general ideas stage, or an expression of interest in an identified area of research set out in the doctoral project section, with some initial thoughts on a particular project.
  • Stage 2: If shortlisted, Professor Pahuja will contact applicants, usually with feedback on the initial research proposal, who will then be asked also to provide the following:
    • Two referee reportsabout the candidate. To maintain confidentiality, the referee reports are to be sent directly from the referees to Professor Sundhya Pahuja.
    • A more substantial research proposal (1,500 to 2,000 words

The Melbourne Law School admissions committee will verify selection for all successful candidates, and may require further documents in due course.

If you have any questions, please contact Professor Sundhya Pahuja with Laureate PhD Enquiry in the subject line.

Visit the OFFICIAL PAGE for further information. DROP COMMENTS for questions/suggestions.

⭐ Apply Next: Open Doors 2023 Russian Scholarship Project for Postgraduate Students

FREE ACCESS: How to run and manage Facebook, Instagram Ads: Meta Business Management

Free Meta Business Management Course


DISCLAIMER: Do not pay or release sensitive financial details to any organizer/recruiter unless futher verified from your end.
Easter Hunt Sale
Easter Sale
Othuke Veno

About the Author: Othuke Veno

Metallurgical & Material Engineer, Content Creator, Federal University of Technology Akure. Join me on Twitter.

Got a question/Suggestion? Let's talk!

LATEST OPPORTUNITIES:

🕛 Jan 15, 2023
MPOWER Women in STEM Scholarship for Undergraduate Students 2023
in Scholarships | for Girls & Women

🕛 Jan 15, 2023
Study in USA: Georgetown University 2023 Global Human Development Programme (GHD) for African Students
in Post-Graduate Programs | for Africans

🕛 Jan 16, 2023
Stipendium Hungaricum (Government of Hungary) 2023-2024 Scholarships for International Students
in Masters Programs | for Postgraduates

🕛 Jan 17, 2023
Mozilla Foundation 2023 Responsible Computer Science Challenge for African Entrepreneurs
in General Competitions | for Africans

🕛 Jan 18, 2023
University of Oulu Masters Scholarships for International Students 2023
in Masters Programs | for Post Graduates

🕛 Jan 19, 2023
Obama Foundation 2023 Scholars Program at the University of Columbia
in Scholarships | for Undergraduates

🕛 Jan 20, 2023
Harvard University Houghton Library Visiting Fellowship Programme 2023
in Fellowships | for Post Graduates

🕛 Jan 20, 2023
IIASA Science Communication Fellowship 2023
in Fellowships | for Graduates

🕛 Jan 22, 2023
Australia Awards Fellowships 2023/2024 for Developing countries
in Fellowships | for Organizations

🕛 Jan 23, 2023
Hansen Leadership Institute(HLI) 2023 Fellows Program
in Fellowships | for Graduates

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14