The East Asia Bureau of Economic Research in the Crawford School of Public Policy is providing the Pacific Trade and Development (PAFTAD) funding for the brilliant candidates at Australian National University.
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The East Asian Bureau of Economic Research provides research support for policymakers that can come together to discuss issues vital to economic development in East Asia. It is a forum for high-quality economic research. It analyzed the major issues facing the economies of East Asia.
Why at Australian National University? It is a world-leading university in Australia, offers a broad range of subjects, within a diverse and vibrant community. It provides an education that ensures graduates in the world and well-prepared them to take contemporary challenges.
Application Deadline: May 1, 2019
Candidates must have to meet the following eligibility criteria: The bursary is available each year to an Australian or international student who is enrolled/enrolling in postgraduate coursework at the Australian National University. Applicants must demonstrate research interest in economics or political economy studies in the Asia Pacific region.
How to Apply
- How to apply: For acquiring this award, you are needed to apply for postgraduate degree coursework at ANU. After being a university student, the applicant will be eligible to apply for the fund by submitting the supporting documents to the [email protected]
- Supporting Documents: Must submit the CV & academic transcript, PAFTAD application letter demonstrating your interest in applying and two referee letters of support.
- Admission Requirements: For enrolling in the undergraduate course, you need to have all your certificates of studies and academic excellence.
- Language Requirement: All applicants must have to provide evidence that their English language ability meets the minimum requirements for admission.
The fund will provide a stipend of $27,000 includes provisions for paid medical, maternity and paternity leave.