Griffith University School of Government and International Relations PhD Scholarship 2022
When is the application deadline?
May 1, 2022 at 11:59 PM
Tell me about Griffith University School of Government and International Relations PhD Scholarship:
The School of Government and International Relations is offering one PhD scholarship in each of the following research areas:
International Election Observation in an Age of Disinformation – This scholarship supports a comparative study of how autocratic regimes entice partisan individuals and groups to impersonate real international election observers. Also known as ‘zombie’ election monitoring, this research project seeks to understand the origins, characteristics and/or impact of this phenomenon over time and around the world.
Nationalist Populism in France and the United States – This grant supports a comparative research project on the international ties of nationalist populists on different continents. The project aims to understand how nationalist-populist views on international cooperation with like-minded parties have changed over time, how it functions now and what the effects are. As the successful candidate will be undertaking fieldwork in France and the US, an advanced proficiency in French and English is essential.
The politics of expertise during Covid-19 – The grant supports a comparative study of women’s representation on national emergency health committees in the four cases: Australia, the United States, Sweden and the United Kingdom. The underrepresentation of women in national scientific advisory groups has been identified as an important – and overlooked – area of structural bias that may have allowed men to dominate public and academic discourse on COVID-19 and, crucially, the decisions affecting the government on how to handle pandemic. This research will provide insight into the politics of inclusion within expert groups, an important but underexposed area in the politics of expertise literature.
Understanding the Antipodean ‘Fair Go’ – This scholarship supports a study of the ‘fair go’ idiom in Australia and New Zealand. While fair go is one of the most distinctive and enduring features of social and political discourse in both countries, its meanings and effects on public policy have not been systematically studied. This research will examine historical and contemporary uses of the fair go idiom and determine how it has shaped government policy over time.
The School of Government and International Relations has developed a vibrant PhD program. Currently consisting of 36 candidates, they have access to scholarships, grants and funding; professional development, experience and training; as well as support and welfare services. Our graduates have gone on to become academics, civil servants, entrepreneurs, lawyers, political advisors, policy advisors and research associates, among many other professions.
What kind of scholarship is this?
Who Can Apply for Griffith University School of Government and International Relations PhD Scholarship?
Your academic merit and research background will be considered in the selection of applicants for the award of higher degree research grants at Griffith University.
Expressions of interest are welcome from domestic and international applicants. Applicants must have obtained or expect to receive a bachelor’s degree with honors equivalent to first-class honors or a master’s degree (AQF level 9) with a significant research component of a standard comparable to a bachelor’s honors degree or be considered an equivalent level by Griffith University of completion in accordance with Schedule One of the HDR Scholarship Policy. For more information on the admission requirements for the program, see here.
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What is the advantage of the Griffith University School of Government and International Relations PhD Scholarship?
As a scholarship student, you will study at a university that ranks in the top 2% in the world and spans campuses in South East Queensland. At Griffith University, we’ve worked hard to create a culture that challenges you to be curious, creative and courageous. We also support the professional and personal development of all our HDR candidates and invest in the skills of our people. Griffith University values diversity, inclusion and flexibility and we encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and people of all backgrounds to apply. Griffith’s strategic goals are also to increase the proportion of women in senior academic and administrative positions and in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM).
How long does the program last?
A successful international applicant will also be awarded a Griffith University International Postgraduate Research Scholarship to cover tuition fees for up to three years.
How to Apply for Griffith University School of Government and International Relations PhD Scholarship?
Do not select the “APPLY” button. All expressions of interest should be submitted to the appropriate contact person for each project, including:
Declaration of your suitability for the project/scholarship (i.e. a research proposal) Evidence that you have completed a program with the required grades as described in the section about you A curriculum vitae (CV)
The closing date for expressions of interest is: 11:59 PM May 1, 2022
The preferred applicants are then invited to apply for the program and scholarship online