The HDR Scholarship is inviting credible applicants who are willing to partake in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship for;
- A Ph.D. degree program
- Open to International students
- To study civil Civil Engineering
- At Curtin University
- Successful applicants will be awarded $30,000 per annum
Why You Should Study at Curtin University
- Curtin University has an exceptional educational institution providing highly organized and professional classes for pupils in a wide assortment of fields and businesses.
- The university offers more than 100 courses in science and engineering, health sciences, business, and humanities. It is also involved in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education and culture, supported by its Centre for Aboriginal Studies.
Benefits of HDR – Ph.D. scholarship at the Future of Work Institute on Compensation
What we offer you
The scholarship provides a living stipend of $28,106 p. a. indexed annually for a period of three years based on full-time studies.
- A top-up scholarship of $10,000 p. a. for up to 3 years.
- An internal nomination for a tuition fee waiver for a successful international candidate.
- A support package that includes a laptop, project-related travel allowance, and project costs allowance
- A rich and dynamic work environment where you will work alongside world-leading academics and highly motivated researchers and Ph.D. students on projects of international significance
- Outstanding opportunities to engage with industry and make a real difference in people’s lives
- Opportunities to undertake paid Research Assistant roles and internships
- Weekly development workshops
- A dynamic city-based location
- A fantastic lifestyle – Perth is one of the most liveable cities in the world
Requirements for HDR – PhD scholarship at the Future of Work Institute on Compensation Qualification
The successful candidate must meet the minimum academic entry requirement for admission into the Doctor of Philosophy program including the English proficiency levels set by Curtin University https://research.curtin.edu.au/postgraduate/.
The successful candidates will have (required):
- Bachelor’s degree in psychology or in business/management (or closely related discipline) with First Class Honours; OR
- Master’s degree in psychology or in business/management (or closely related discipline) with a weighted average minimum 70% and at least 25% of the course completed as a thesis/dissertation.
- Interest in organizational psychology and particularly work motivation.
Additionally, strong candidates will have (desirable):
- Experience in survey and experimental research methods used in psychology.
- Knowledge and experience of psychometric and statistical methods including factor analysis, regression analysis, latent variable models, longitudinal analyses, and analysis of variance.
- Experience in field organizational research and in experimental research.
- Relevant work experience.
- Presentations of research work at conferences and peer-reviewed publications.
How to Apply
To apply, please email an expression of interest to Professor Gagné ([email protected]) with:
- Unofficial copies of University transcripts for all completed degrees (official transcripts will be required for retained candidates)
- Copy of Honours/masters thesis/theses
- Curriculum vitae with details on any relevant work experience
- A brief covering letter (no more than 2 sides A4) that addresses the eligibility criteria. The letter should explain why you are interested in the project and how your skills, attributes and experience make you a good candidate for the award.
- Contact details of two academic referees (at least one of whom was a thesis supervisor).
- Conference presentations or peer-reviewed articles if available.
For more details, visit Curtin University website.