Deakin University – Australia is welcoming applications from academically qualified and outstanding international postgraduate students for HDR Scholarship. This scholarship is open for PhD students willing to conduct a research program at the institution in Australia for 2020-2021 academic session.
A PhD scholarship is available to initiate and conduct research on the topic ‘Conservation genomics of the short-finned eel (Anguilla australis): a focus on the ancient fishery within the UNESCO Budj bim cultural landscape’.
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This scholarship is available over 3 years.
To be eligible you must:
Additional desirable criteria include:
Applicants should have achieved an excellent grade (e.g., H1 or HD) in an Honours or MSc research program, and proven skills in scientific writing. We are seeking candidates with an interest and experience in fish biology and ecology, and ideally fisheries genetics (but not essential).
To be considered for this educational opportunity, then applicants are recommended to take admission in the PhD degree coursework at the Deakin University. After being registered, you must apply using the expression of interest form.
Please refer to the research degree entry pathways page for further information.
For more information about this scholarship, please contact Dr Adam Miller
Dr Adam Miller
Senior Lecutrer in Aquatic Ecology and Biodiversity
Email Adam Miller
+61 3 556 33171
For more details,visit Deakin University website.