ARC Grant Funded Scholarship – Building design, wellbeing and building performance

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Open until filled
Payment per year
RTPS ($28,854 per annum) + $5,000 per annum
Duration
Up to 3 years
Program
Doctor of Philosophy
Degree
Postgraduate Research
Citizenship
Australian Citizens
Australian Permanent Residents
New Zealand Citizens
International Students
Type of Scholarship
Academic
Available In
Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Available To
Future

The ARC PhD Scholarship – Building design, wellbeing and building performance is funded by the Australian Research Council to support a full-time PhD student who is commencing research in architectural design/architectural science.

Detailed information is provided in the attached Flyer.

The successful applicant must commence studies in semester 1, 2022 (by 30 June 2022).

 

Eligibility: Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia, or international students who are acceptable as candidates for a PhD degree at the University of Adelaide.

 

Stipend: The scholarship will be for 3 years.  The award is valued at the minimum RTPS rate ($28,854 in 2022, indexed annually) plus $5,000 per annum.  It is likely to be tax exempt, subject to Taxation Office approval. 

 

Enquiries:

Professor Veronica Soebarto, School of Architecture and Built Environment

Tel: (08) 8313 5695, Email: veronica.soebarto@adelaide.edu.au   

 

Applying:

Expressions of interest should be submitted to Professor Veronica Soebarto by no later than 20 December 2021 with the name of scholarship in the subject heading. Please ensure you include all of the following documents:

·        Completed Expression of Interest form

·        Evidence of Australian citizenship, or Australian permanent resident status (if applicable)

·        Academic transcripts

·        Translations of non-English documentation

·        Evidence of English language proficiency

·        Curriculum vitae

 

 

IMPORTANT: This application is an “Expression of Interest” only because this is an externally funded award and the University has not yet secured the relevant funding from the external partner, although negotiations have commenced.

If funding is secured on terms satisfactory to the University, the successful applicant will then be issued with a formal offer letter. However, the University is under no obligation to provide the advertised EOI scholarship if funding is not secured from the external partner, in which case, all applicants will be notified.

The University makes no guarantees, representations or warranties that the scholarship as advertised will proceed. You should seek independent advice in relation to any significant decisions that you intend to make in reliance on this advertisement.