2018 Scholarship Information
For further information about Indigenous HDR scholarships, please contact the HDR Team in Research Services.
In 2018 the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) has called for applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people seeking to undertake a Research Masters, PhD or Professional Doctorate at the University of New England. Up to ten Higher Degree Scholarships are were offered, for commencement in 2018/2019. Each scholarship is valued at $30, 000 p.a for three years for a PhD; or two years for a Research Masters. In addition, IHDR candidates will be eligible to apply to Research Services for an additional $7, 000.00 per year for cultural supervision and/or mentoring.
The University is seeking Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander scholars wanting to carry out research in areas of research priority for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, particularly where these align with UNE's Areas of Research Priority. Research projects should be interdisciplinary in nature, and work across areas such as rural medicine, health, psychology, education, social work, public policy, law, criminology and sociology.
Selection of the IHDR Scholarships is based on four main considerations:
How to Apply
Further information about IHDR Scholarships can be found in the Indigenous Higher Degree Research Scholarships Terms and Conditions. To be considered for the scholarship please review the scholarship guidelines prior to completing the application form:
You will need two referees reports for your application (you can use the same reports for both the scholarship and the candidature application). See the HDR Referee Report.
See more information about the HDR application process.