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Quentin Bryce Law Doctoral Scholarship and Teaching Fellowship 2019/2020 – Australia

The Quentin Bryce Law Doctoral Scholarships and Teaching Fellowship for international students studying Law at University of Technology Sydney, Australia 2019/2020.

Application Deadline: 15th January 2019

Offered annually? Yes

Eligible Countries: The scholarships are open to domestic and international students.

To be taken at (country): Australia

Accepted Subject Areas?: Law

About Scholarship: The Faculty of Law offers the Quentin Bryce Law Doctoral (QBLD) scholarships for commencing Doctor of Philosophy students to promote and reward quality research within the faculty. A Quentin Bryce Law Doctoral Scholarship will enable you to undertake your PhD in a faculty which has a dynamic and vibrant research culture and to work with nationally and internationally recognized academic supervisors.

Successful scholarship applicants may also be offered a Doctoral Teaching Fellowship which will provide an opportunity to gain valuable teaching experience in the Faculty of Law.

Type: Doctoral, fellowship

By what Criteria is Selection Made?

  • Academic merit of the applicant.
  • Research and other relevant experience of the applicant.
  • Publication record of the applicant
  • Quality of the research proposal.
  • Relevance of the proposed research to the Faculty’s research strengths.
  • Candidates must have completed pre-assessment and a formal application to the Graduate Research School by the appropriate deadline for their QBS application to be valid.

How Many Scholarship Positions are available? Not specified

What are the benefits?

  • A stipend of $40,000 per annum for 4 years
  • A research support fund of $1,500 per annum
  • Paid holiday, sick, maternity, and parenting leave
  • Possibility of appointment as a Doctoral Teaching Fellow ($25,000 per year in addition to the QBLD scholarship)

How long will sponsorship last? 4 years

Visit the Scholarship Webpage for Details

 

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