The Asia Research Centre provides high quality training to postgraduate students. In-house seminars, seminars held in cooperation with other institutions at Murdoch University, and visits to the Centre by eminent scholars, policy-makers and industry representatives ensure that postgraduates interact in a stimulating and supportive environment.
The Centre encourages application from potential doctoral students.
As a first step, prospective students should acquaint themselves with staff expertise outlined on this web site. This should give some indication of whether or not the topic being proposed falls within the range of interests and capacities of the Centre.
If this looks to be the case, prospective applicants should address the thesis proposal structure laid out below. Potential students are required to submit a thesis proposal (no more than 8 pages) in keeping with the headings outlined in the following PDF document entitled "Phd Thesis Proposal".
Please note that this proposal is not a formal application for admission to Murdoch University. The admission process information is available at http://www.murdoch.edu.au/Future-students/International-students/Applying-to-Murdoch/ for international students and http://www.murdoch.edu.au/Future-students/ for domestic students.
Scholarship options for international students include AusAID, http://www.ausaid.gov.au/scholar/default.cfm and Endeavour Awards, http://www.endeavour.deewr.gov.au/.
Asia Research Centre postgraduates are eligible to apply for both the ST Leong Memorial Scholarship and School of Social Sciences and Humanities Bursary to help fund their fieldwork.
Please e-mail thesis proposals to the Postgraduate Coordinator of the Asia Research Center at S.Hameiri@murdoch.edu.au with a copy to the Centre’s Administrative Officer, Mrs Tamara Dent at T.Dent@murdoch.edu.au
Please quote 10 Academic Resources Daily in your application to this opportunity!