Great Artesian Basin Scholarship in the water resource management
The Great Artesian Basin (GAB) is the world’s largest fresh water artesian aquifer system and one of Australia’s most important water resources. The Great Artesian Basin Coordinating Committee (GABCC) has established two PhD top-up scholarships to foster better understanding of the GAB, and invites applications from suitably qualified applicants. The PhD top-up scholarships are intended to supplement the funding of primary scholarship holders who intend to conduct innovative research that will make a contribution to the management of the GAB. The GABCC welcomes applications from a variety of disciplines including science and engineering, economics and social science. Applicants are encouraged to review the GABCC’s Research Prospectus for the GAB prior to applying for the top-up scholarship. Projects should address priority research questions identified in the Prospectus. Applications are accepted at any time.
|Study Subject:||social sciences, economics, engineering or science|
|Provided By:||The Great Artesian Basin Coordinating Committee|
|Level:||Post Graduate (Research)|
This scholarship is offered on an ongoing basis to 2 people. Dates when to submit scholarship application are not specified.
The value of this scholarship is AUD5000 (per annum). This award is to be used for research. This scholarship is paid See Scheme Summary.
This scholarship is for one of the following fields of research: AGRICULTURAL, VETERINARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, CHEMICAL SCIENCES, EARTH SCIENCES, ECONOMICS, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE, MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES, PHYSICAL SCIENCES, POLICY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE or SCIENCE - GENERAL.
This scholarship is for study in Australia. Only citizens of Australia or AUS permanent resident can apply.
To apply for this scholarship you must consult the scholarship web site. Terms and conditions are subject to change. Always confirm details with scholarship provider before applying.
The Scholarship Committee
Great Artesian Basin Coordinating Committee
Phone: +61 2 6295 7573
Web Site: http://www.gabcc.org.au
PO Box 3318
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