[SydPhil] 40 PhD Scholarships Available at Macquarie University Semester 2 2012

Richard Menary richard.menary at mq.edu.au
Mon Jul 9 17:00:59 AEST 2012

Please pass on to interested students:

the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) has recently announced that up to 40 full-time domestic research scholarships are available on a first-come-first-served basis for suitably qualified, newly commencing PhD candidates to enrol in Semester 2 2012. These scholarships will be available for up to 3.5 years depending on the award offered (APA or MQRES).
These are only available to newly commencing full-time enrolling domestic PhD candidates who must enrol and take up this award before 15 December 2012. Failure to enrol before 15 December will result in forfeiture of award. 

APA and MQRES scholarships require applicants to have either a four year Australian Bachelor degree with First Class Honours and a high level of academic achievement, or provide strong evidence of equivalent research achievement. Successful applicants will usually have an outstanding academic record, a history of scholarships and prizes at the undergraduate level, and may have evidence of peer-reviewed research activity, such as publications, conference presentations, or other relevant and substantial work-related research experience.

Applicants will need to complete a candidature/scholarship application form and arrange for two academic referee reports to be submitted to the Higher Degree Research Office. Refer to:http://www.hdr.mq.edu.au/information_about/applications for further application instructions. Macquarie University will advise the successful applicant of entitlements at the time of scholarship offer.

This information is posted on our webpages at: http://www.hdr.mq.edu.au/information_about/scholarships/hdr_scholarships_domestic_candidates_only

Applicants should quote '40 Domestic PhD Scholarship' on their application.

Information about the Department and potential supervisors can be found here: Departmental site and the Centre for Agency, Values and Ethics. 

Students should contact potential supervisors before applying for a scholarship.




Dr. Richard Menary

Macquarie University

Department of Philosophy

Centre for Cognition and its Disorders


academia.edu site

Phil Papers Profile

Cognitive Integration Palgrave Macmillan and Amazon
The Extended Mind (ed.) MIT Press
Radical Enactivism (ed.) Amazon

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