Applications are now open for Research Training Program Scholarships.
Meritorious students are encouraged to apply, noting that, in assessing applications, ACU will give priority to applicants whose proposed research aligns with one of the following areas: education, health, social justice and the common good, and theology and philosophy. Priority will also be given to applicants wishing to study at doctoral level and Indigenous Australian applicants.
For further information regarding the priority areas, please visit the appropriate Faculty or Research Institute website:
Applications are invited for a PhD research position embedded within the ARC Future Fellowship project “Transforming 21st Century Creativity Education in Australasia”, Chief Investigator Associate Professor Anne M Harris, within the School of Education at RMIT University. RMIT is a global university of technology, focused on creating solutions that transform the future for the benefit of people and their environment.
Value and duration:
The scholarship (stipend) is valued at $30,000 per annum for 3 years (2018-2020), and the outstanding PhD candidate will work with Associate Professor Anne M Harris on her ARC Future Fellowship project entitled:
Transforming 21st Century Creativity Education in Australasia
Project Description: The project will provide an account of changing creative industries and education practices, pedagogies, and modes of engagement for practitioners, teachers and industry professionals across Australasia. The project will investigate trends in creativity employing regional, inter-Asian and Australian perspectives, and methodological and theoretical approaches.
The PhD candidate will be supported with an RMIT scholarship and will be based at RMIT University city campus. We seek creative practitioners and/or educators with a passion to collaborate and extend their knowledge of intercultural creativity in the Asia Pacific region. Prior knowledge of creativity theory and practice, of the Asia Pacific region, intercultural communication, education and/or creativity is preferred.
How to apply and further information
To be assessed for eligibility for our research programs applicants must submit a formal application to RMIT School of Education (for a place in the PhD program DR209) through the School of Graduate Research by closing date of 31st October 2017. Information on the application process can be found at the links below. The PhD candidate should nominate Associate Professor Anne Harris as Senior Supervisor and Professor Peter Kelly as Second Supervisor for the project on the application form. The applicant should also submit a research proposal (of 1000 – 2000 words), briefly outlining related experience with creativity studies, theory and/or practice, as well as any regional, inter-Asian and Australian perspectives and networks. Examples of creative and written work (i.e. art folio) if appropriate may be included. The application must also state that the proposal is aligned to the Enabling Capability Platform (ECP), Design and Creative Practice:
Design and creative practice industries
What are the models for conceptualising design & creativity as value-creation for industry?
New Zealand ASEAN Scholarships are available for the following qualifications:
Postgraduate Certificate (6 months)
Postgraduate Diploma (1 year)
Masters Degree (1 – 2 years)
PhD (3 – 4 years)
English Language Training
As part of your New Zealand ASEAN Scholarship, you may be eligible to undertake English Language Training in Indonesia for up to one year prior to taking up your study in New Zealand. English Language Training is currently provided through the Indonesia Australia Language Foundation, Surabaya, Indonesia. Further information will be provided to successful candidates.
The School of Education is pleased to offer ten fee-waiver studentships for October 2013 entry to its Doctor of Education (EdD) programme. The studentships will pay half of the part-time University UK/EU tuition fees for five years.
Doctor of Education Programme
The School of Education has an excellent reputation for being at the forefront of education research of national and international significance.
Our part-time Doctorate of Education:
allows leading professionals to investigate contemporary issues and themes in education
draws on the School of Education’s outstanding strengths in research and teaching
uses the very latest online technologies
Students completing this course will be able to:
make informed judgments on complex issues in education
undertake pure and/or applied research into education
communicate your ideas and conclusions effectively to specialist and non-specialist audiences – a key ability in contemporary education research
P.O. Box 9500, 2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)71-527 1111
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Education and Child Studies
Leading to: MSc
Course duration: 1 year
Next course begins: 1 September 2012; 1 February 2013
Academic application deadlines: 1 December 2011; 24 April 2012
Fellowship application deadline: 7 February 2012; 1 May 2012
Educational requirements: BA in Education and Child Studies or a related field. See www.mastersinleiden.nl for details.
Gender category: 4. Subject is not gender-oriented
University of Groningen
Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences / Educational Sciences
Grote Rozenstraat 38, 9712 TJ Groningen, The Netherlands
Phone: 31 – (0)50-3636480 Fax: 31 – (0)50-3636521
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The Fogarty Foundation in conjunction with ECU offers a number of full and half scholarships for qualified teachers to undertake a Graduate Certificate of Education, specializing in Learning Difficulties. The course is designed to address the need for classroom teachers, specialist teachers and educational leaders to upgrade their skills and qualifications to meet the needs of students who find literacy and numeracy difficult.
The Graduate Certificate, which requires four units of study, articulates into the Masters of Education course. Successful graduates of the Graduate Certificate of Education (Learning Difficulties) may apply for a half scholarship to complete the Masters of Education (specializing in Learning Difficulties) course. The scholarships provide funding for unit fees.
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