The Pro-Vice Chancellor Research at the University of New England is offering four Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HDR Participation Scholarships for higher degree study undertaken in Creative Practice, and based within the School of Arts at UNE. Successful applicants may elect to work with additional Schools, but the cohort will be based in the School of Arts.
The purpose of the scholarship is to support applicants from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities to complete Creative Practice PhDs. Applicants must be enrolled, or be eligible to be enrolled, in either a Master of Philosophy in Creative Practice, or a PhD in Creative Practice at the University of New England. Applications close 19 August 2015. For guidelines or more information, visit http://www.une.edu.au/research/research-services/higher-degree-research/hdr-scholarships/une-hdr-atsi-participation-scholarships-creative-practice