Scholarship details

Study levels

Research

Student type

Future students

Study area

Creative practice, communication and design, Education, Health and community and Information technology

Eligibility criteria

Academic performance

What you'll receive

You'll receive:

  • a scholarship of $28,854 per annum, tax exempt (for full time students only) for up to 18 months for masters students, and 3 years for PhD students, including four weeks of paid leave per year
  • a full tuition fee sponsorship for international students.

An extension of up to 6 months may be considered, subject to satisfactory progress and budget availability.

Eligibility

You must be eligible for entry into QUT's Master of Philosophy, Doctor of Philosophy or Professional Doctorate degree to be eligible for this scholarship.

How to apply

We are currently seeking expressions of interest for HDR students to undertake research in the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child that reflects the Centre’s transdisciplinary focus and aligns with one or more of our program themes: Healthy, Educated and Connected.

Students can enrol in a PhD, Professional Doctorate or Master of Philosophy (MPhil) course. Up to five scholarships are available at QUT.

To apply:

  1. Select your proposed primary supervisor. You can search for a QUT Chief Investigator relevant to your research interest/s under our program themes: Healthy, Educated and/or Connected.
  2. Email your proposed supervisor to indicate your intention to apply for the scholarship and seek their availability and interest.

What happens next?

Applications will be assessed via a competitive process.  After your discussion with a Centre Chief Investigator, you will be asked to complete and submit the Expression of Interest form.

All expressions of interest will be reviewed and assessed. If successful, you will then be invited to submit a full application at QUT.

For more information email: info@digitalchild.org.au

Conditions

This scholarship will be governed by the QUT Postgraduate Research Award rules.

About the scholarship

The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child is the world’s first research centre dedicated to creating positive digital childhoods for all Australian children.

Children are growing, learning and connecting with digital technology that’s rapidly evolving and changing. Australians are asking: How can technology help my child learn? How do I know good digital engagement from bad? How much technology is safe for my child? How do I keep my child safe online?

Our vision is to ensure young children grow up healthy, connected, and educated in a rapidly changing digital world.

Our program of research will help answer these questions for all Australians who look out for the health, education and happiness of young children, including parents and caregivers; teachers and educators; government and policy makers; and community and business organisations.

We are funded by the Australian Government through the Australian Research Council, in addition to monetary and in-kind contributions from our partners.

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