- Applications close
- 30 September 2019
What you'll receive
- a scholarship of $30,000 per annum, indexed annually for a period of 3.5 years.
You must be:
- eligible for enrolment into QUT’s PhD program, including having one of:
- a first-class honours (H1) degree
- equivalent qualifications
- relevant and substantial research experience.
- able to demonstrate strong research and analytical skills and the capacity to work well with others in a cohesive team environment.
How to apply
Apply for this scholarship when you apply for your PhD program at QUT.
Your application must include:
- a cover letter
- an up-to-date resume
- your full academic transcript
- a summary (up to 2 pages) of your career outlining your experience with:
- evaluation methodologies
- relationships and/or sexuality education
- data collection in schools and/or with children and young people.
- details of 3 referees (email, address and contact number).
What happens next?
This scholarship will close on 30 September 2019.
For more information about the scholarship or application process, contact the Office of Education Research.
Your scholarship will end when you submit your thesis, or at the end of the award's tenure, whichever comes first.
Read the terms and conditions for this scholarship:
- Terms and conditions for Australian and New Zealand students (PDF file, 140.0 KB)
- Terms and conditions for international students (PDF file, 140.5 KB)
To keep your scholarship, you must:
- make satisfactory progress in your studies
- remain studying at QUT
- be enrolled as an internal student
- remain studying full-time.
- hold another scholarship that is worth more than 75% of the QUT Postgraduate Research Award.
About the scholarship
True’s All School relationships and sexuality education (RSE) program, is delivered in Queensland schools. The project provides the opportunity for research in the area of RSE in schools examining the perspectives of important stakeholders such as students, parents, teachers and principals. This research will contribute to knowledge in the field and exemplify barriers and opportunities to effective RSE delivery from a range of perspectives.
The True All School program is one of Australia’s leading RSE programs and has been developed for the needs of Australian schools and families. The program is evidence-informed and mapped to the national curriculum for Prep to Year 10. Year 11 and 12 programs were developed in line with the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) senior syllabus. While informal evaluations of the All School program have been collected for some time, no formal evaluation has been conducted. This evaluation will enable True to examine the effectiveness of the All School program and its acceptability to stakeholder groups.