Applications are now open for NDARC Higher Degree Research (HDR) Scholarships commencing semester 1, 2019.
NDARC is offering HDR scholarships (PhD, MPhil or MRes) to carry out innovative research on alcohol, tobacco and other drug related issues including, but not limited to:
- Prevention of harms
- Comorbidities (mental and physical health)
- Clinical interventions
- Justice health
- Indigenous health
- Vulnerable populations
- Health economics and biostatistics
- One philanthropically-funded scholarship, the Rainbow Lodge PhD scholarship, is also available to study supported accommodation services following release from prison
The scholarship amount awarded to full-time HDR students is $30,000 per annum, tax exempt. PhD scholarship duration is three and a half years and MRes and MPhil scholarship duration is two years. In addition, up to $10,000 is available for professional development activities and up to $5,000 is available for other associated research costs.
There are a range of paths into HDR and NDARC staff provide support for potential students from a range of backgrounds and with varied educational qualifications.
NDARC provides a highly supportive study environment with excellent facilities including desk space, regular training opportunities, computer access and statistical support.
Applications close Monday, 12 November 2018. For all the details, including how to apply, please read: Scholarships at NDARC.