Description of Scholarship:
Deakin University HDR Fully-Funded Scholarship announced by Deakin University for international students to study in Australia. The scholarship allows PhD level programm(s) in the field(s) of Assessment, digital learning, higher education taught at Deakin University. The last date of applying for this scholarship is 11 April 2022 and scholarship provide stipend of $28,900, stipend of $5,000 and Relocation allowance of $500-1500 (for single to family) to successful candidates.
The Deakin University provide a golden chance to international students to complete their studies in the field(s) of Assessment, digital learning, higher education at Australia on scholarship.
Short Detail of Deakin University HDR Fully-Funded Scholarship:
Institute Name: Deakin University.
Country to Study in: Australia.
Courses Offered: Assessment, digital learning, higher education.
Degree Level: PhD.
Students Nationality: international students.
Scholarship Award: stipend of $28,900, stipend of $5,000 and Relocation allowance of $500-1500 (for single to family).
Last Date/Dead Line: 11 April 2022.
The Centre for Research in Assessment and Higher Education’s (CRADLE) research program seeks to establish what works to improve learning in higher and professional education. This includes research in areas including, but not limited to, academic security and academic integrity; assessment design (including self/peer, authentic and programmatic); feedback and feedback literacy; developing evaluative judgement; assessment in a digital world; digital identities; inclusion and belonging in a digital world; learning in and for the workplace; representation in and beyond assessment; and quality and standards. Throughout these programs, we use cross-cutting approaches, including innovative methodological and theoretical approaches and knowledge transition. We collaborate with Deakin faculties and divisions, and also work with a range of industry partners and international collaborators.
The Centre links with other initiatives in the Faculty of the Arts and Education and will build key components of a doctoral program in its specialist area. CRADLE has an international network of research students working on assessment and learning with the aims of providing mutual support and interaction and seeking to foster joint supervision internationally. It collaborates with Faculties in integrating doctoral students in programs in cognate areas of the University.
Students will be based at CRADLE’s Melbourne CBD location Deakin Downtown.
Requirements Criteria for Scholarship:
To be eligible you must:
- be either a domestic or international candidate. Domestic includes candidates with Australian Citizenship, Australian Permanent Residency or New Zealand Citizenship.
- meet Deakin’s PhD entry requirements
- be enrolling full-time and hold an honors degree (first class) or an equivalent standard master’s degree with a substantial research component.
Please refer to the research degree entry pathways page for further information.
How to Apply for Scholarship:
Please apply using the expression of interest form