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PhD funding for International Students in the Centre for Citizenship and Globalization at Deakin University, Australia

funding for international applicants for PhD studies  in the field of Social Sciences at Deakin University, 2012 Australia.

Study Subject(s):Measuring the Destruction of Heritage and Spikes of Violence in Iraq
Course Level:Doctoral
Scholarship Provider: Deakin University, Centre for Citizenship and Globalization
The award can be taken at: Australia

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Eligibility:1.Applicants must meet Deakin’s PHD entry requirements and must hold a 1st class honours degree or equivalent.
2.This scholarship opportunity is available to Australian/New Zealand citizens or permanent residents and International applicants.
-Honours, Maters or Equivalent in the Social Sciences, with priority given to those with an interest in / experience within the following fields: Middle East studies (Iraq in particular), Heritage studies, Political Science, Peace and Conflict Studies and Political Violence.
-Strong written and verbal communication skills (English)

Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes

Description: Deakin University, Centre for Citizenship and Globalization, is currently inviting outstanding candidates to apply for a PhD scholarship to be undertaken as part of an Australian Research Council (ARC) project. Since the invasion of 2003, Iraq has suffered an extraordinary era of both heritage destruction and devastating spikes in violence. The core aim of this project is to empirically test the assumption that a significant relationship exists between these two phenomena.

How to Apply: Send via Email

application Deadline: 13 February 2012

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