The Queensland University of Technology offers a PhD Scholarship in Law and justice to highly motivated students for the academic session 2021-2022. The project aims to generate new knowledge to inform reforms to law, policy and practice.
|Scholarship Sponsor||Queensland University of Technology|
|Scholarships level||PhD Scholarship|
|Award Amount||$28,597 per annum, tax|
|Fellowship Period||Three years|
|Study area||Law and justice|
|Opening date||February 26, 2021|
|Closing date||March 28, 2021|
The Australian Centre for Health Law Research (ACHLR) is one of Australia’s largest groups of health law researchers. ACHLR conducts transdisciplinary and innovative research at the intersection of law, health, ethics, and policy.
We offer a vibrant research culture and a strong focus on collaborative multidisciplinary projects in cutting-edge areas of health law research.
The ACHLR has four programs of research:
- End of Life
- Health Society and Regulation
- Planning for Healthy Ageing
- Technology, Innovation and Health.
Our supervisory approach emphasises:
- Good communication
- Supervisory teams with a combination of relevant experience, expertise and skills
- A supportive and inclusive research culture where our students are encouraged to participate in ACHLR activities and events
The deadline for applications is March 28, 2021
To be eligible for this scholarship, you will need to meet the entry requirements for a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
International students must be currently residing in Australia to be eligible to apply.
- A scholarship of $28,597 per annum, tax-exempt and indexed annually for three years
- A full tuition fee sponsorship for international students
An extension of up to 6 months may be considered, subject to satisfactory progress and budget availability.
Before you apply for this scholarship, you should find a potential supervisor at the Australian Centre for Health Law Research.
Contact the centre co-directors, Associate Professor Fiona McDonald or Associate Professor Tina Cockburn, or browse other centre members to find a possible supervisor. Discuss your research proposal with them before moving on with the application process.
Submit an expression of interest
Once you’ve identified a supervisor, you must submit an expression of interest (EOI) for consideration before applying for this scholarship.
How to apply for a research degree
The expression of interest must include:
- A cover letter
- An up-to-date CV
- A full academic transcript
- A 6-page outline of your proposed approach to this project and key issues in the literature (email [email protected] for a template)
- Details of three referees (email, address, and contact number).
Your application must indicate that you are applying for this specific scholarship.