PhD research scholarship opportunities exist in the School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment, Monash University for, high-quality, dedicated, well-motivated and enthusiastic students. The School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment is located at the Clayton Campus of Monash University in Melbourne and is renowned for its high standards in teaching and research. Researchers at Monash have access to an enviable range of analytical and technical equipment including high performance computing facilities, custom-built laboratories and the largest array of meteorological field equipment in Australia. These are complemented through strong ties with the Australian Research Council's Centre of Excellence for Climate Systems Science, the Co-operative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities, the Australian Synchrotron, the Monash Centre for Electron Microscopy (FEG-SEM, TEM).
Projects are available in the areas of,
- Atmospheric Science
- Physical Geography
More specific information on the research interests of academic staff may be found at: http://monash.edu/science/about/schools/earth-atmosphere-environment/ourpeople/index.html
The University has a comprehensive support network for the diverse needs of international students. Graduates of Monash University have a reputation as independent learners, innovators and leaders, and so are widely sought after by international employers. Further details regarding Monash University may be found at: www.monash.edu.au
A range of stipend and tuition-fee scholarships is available for Australian and International Students. Details of the various scholarships may be found at: http://www.monash.edu/graduate-research/future-students/support/scholarships. There is the potential for Scholarships to be taken up at any time during the year.
Applicants will typically hold an undergraduate degree based on at least 4 years of study, including a significant research project component, and have First Class Honours or MSc qualifications or their equivalent. Monash scholarships are highly competitive and successful applicants generally have relevant additional research experience and/or research publications in international journals. Applicants for whom English is not first language, or who have not undertaken their degree studies with English as the language of instruction, must attain a satisfactory English language test score (TOEFL or IELTS) before the end of November.
Please post your expression of interest by completing the required document located at http://www.monash.edu/science/schools/earth-atmosphere-environment/postgrad/phd-eoi
Please ensure you follow directions requiring the sharing of documents.
Please note expressions of interest without academic transcripts will not be considered.
Applications close on the 31st of October, Expressions of Interest should be submitted no later than the 17th of October.