This scholarship is open to students who wish to pursue doctoral studies in any of the subjects that are offered at RMIT University in Australia.
Applications are being accepted for the RMIT University PhD Scholarship in Impacts Of The Apartment Boom On Public Transportation In Australian Cities.
- HOST: RMIT University Australia
- LOCATION: Australia
- OFFERED SUBJECT: All Subjects
- LEVEL: PhD
- ELIGIBLE NATIONALITY: Domestic Students, International Students
- TYPE: Partial Funding
- DEADLINE: 30 September 2022
For the purpose of directly informing policy and practice, the research conducted for this PhD will analyze the effects that apartment housing has on the utilization of public transportation in Australian cities.
This scholarship is made possible by a project that is being funded by the Australian Research Council. It will investigate the direct and indirect effects that apartment housing has on people’s use of public transportation, and it will be supported by a survey of people who live in apartments in Australian cities.
The applicants who were chosen will each receive $32,841 per year (2022 rate, indexed annually) for a total of three years so that they can complete their respective Ph.D. studies at RMIT.
Applicants are required to:
- Meet the entry requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy program at RMIT, which can be found in PhD’s ‘Admissions’ section. These requirements include a minimum level of English proficiency for applicants from other countries (Global, Urban & Social Studies)
- Have a degree with a first-class honors or its equivalent in a field that is relevant.
- Professional or industry experience in transport planning or a related field Highly developed skills in written and oral communication
- Experience in conducting quantitative research or the ability to demonstrate that you are capable of conducting quantitative research. Proven ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
The scholarship is open to applicants from within Australia as well as from outside the country; however, the applicant must already be living in Australia when the PhD program begins.
How To Apply:
Dr. Chris De Gruyter requests that you send the following information to him via email at [email protected]:
- a curriculum vitae that details qualifications, experience that is relevant to the industry or research, publications, and referees
- Evidence that you have fulfilled all of the English language requirements, including a copy of your academic transcript(s) (international applicants only)
- Copies of no more than three (3) pertinent research papers, reports, or theses, if you have them.
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