CRADLE PhD Scholarships for International Students in Australia, 2017 is open for International Students . The scholarship allows Fellowship level programm(s) in the field of Education, Arts taught at . The deadline of the scholarship is .Scholarship Description:
Applications are invited for two prestigious PhD scholarships with CRADLE in the area of ‘assessment in higher education’. Domestic as well as International students are eligible to apply for this scholarship.
The potential projects aim to provide useful evidence to inform assessment research, practice, and policy, with a particular emphasis on approaches that work at a large scale.
Led by Professor David Boud (founding Director) and Associate Professor Phillip Dawson (Associate Director), CRADLE’s main role is to research assessment practices in the changing settings of education, which are increasingly embracing digital learning.
Scholarships are available to pursue doctoral programme.
PhD Scholarships are available in Deakin University’s Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE), School of Education, Faculty of Arts & Education.
The main stipend of $26,682 per annum tax exempt (2017 rate)
Number of Scholarships:
- Plus a top-up stipend of $5,000 per year for three years ($15,000 in total) will be awarded by CRADLE
- A relocation allowance from $500 to $1,500 (2017) awarded to students who are moving from interstate or overseas in order to study at Deakin
- 60 working days paid sick leave
- 60 working days paid parental leave
- Tuition fee and overseas health coverage for international students for the duration of 4 years.
Two scholarships are available.
The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for the scholarship:
- Applicants must meet Deakin’s PhD entry requirements, be enrolling full time and hold an honors degree (First Class) or a master’s degree with a substantial research component in a related field. Please refer to the entry pathways to higher degrees by research for further information.
- While applicants do not need to hold a particular disciplinary degree, they must show high research potential, a demonstrated ability for independent study and be equipped by their previous studies to undertake qualitative or quantitative research in the social sciences relevant to assessment and learning.
Domestic, as well as International students, are eligible to apply for this scholarship.
Deakin has a streamlined process for applying for a higher degree by research. You need to apply via the online
Higher Degree by Research Application Form. You’ll be required to attach a number of certified supporting documents, in addition to your research proposal and referee reports.
Scholarship application deadline is July 31, 2017.