This three-year, fully funded PhD program offers an exciting chance to conduct consumer-driven research with the MS community (patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals) and the emergency-response community. Based on your expertise and interests, the project allows you to do both qualitative and quantitative research. It is appropriate for a candidate interested in public health, clinical practice, health services, and/or psychology. The project will comprise co-design and co-leadership of a research question of your choice, based on the project’s overarching goals. While some data has already been collected, you will be expected to help with participant recruiting, data collecting and analysis, paper preparation, and interacting with stakeholders about the interpretation and distribution of findings.
About the Scholarship:
Murdoch Institution was founded as a research university in 1973. Sir Walter Murdoch, a notable Australian professor and essayist known for his knowledge, wit, and humanism, inspired the name, and Murdoch seeks to live up to Sir Walter’s ideal. Murdoch University is dedicated to achieving excellence and has earned an international reputation for the caliber of its teaching and research. Murdoch makes a difference – many of Murdoch’s research projects have resulted in societal benefits such as plant disease control, animal health, clean air, waste treatment, and environmental technology. The University is proud to have some of the most highly qualified academic staff in Australia. Murdoch encourages outstanding staff-student relationships and offers cutting-edge facilities, excellent student services, and a diverse selection of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Obtaining an education is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. An excellent standard of teaching is a critical factor in deciding where you will study. Murdoch University, as a well regarded teaching institution in Australia, can undoubtedly provide you with the greatest education available. However, education is not the only element that matters . This 560-acre campus houses academic buildings for humanities, social sciences, education, economics, and commerce, as well as a semi-enclosed peace pavilion known as Joglo Rahayu, Bush Court, Chancellery Building, and Bower Court. Its southern section is made up of cattle stockyards, farmland, and renewable energy centers. It also houses the Nexus Theatre, which hosts events, workshops, and performances. Over 250 undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral degrees are available at the institution in fields such as business, law, creative arts, communication, engineering, health, science, cultural and social studies, education, and technology. The Asia Research Centre, founded in 1991, conducts cutting-edge research in politics, governance, political economics, social reform, and policy formulation. It has academic affiliations with more than 50 universities, which allow for student exchange programs for increased learning. Tennis, netball, soccer, basketball, hockey, volleyball, and badminton clubs are also available at the institution. These clubs oversee a variety of sports teams that represent the institution at numerous intercollegiate game events and contests under the banner of Victor the Viking, the university’s mascot. Currently, the university has over 23,000 students from more than 90 countries. It employs 1,500 people who are highly educated and experienced in their respective fields. At the university, the student-faculty ratio is 13:1. Murdoch University has a large alumni base of nearly 70,000 graduates. The names on the list include industry leaders, innovators, and award winners. Tracey Nicole Cross, a visually impaired swimmer who won 10 medals in three Paralympic Games, is one of the university’s most distinguished alumni. Jeremy Callaghan (Australian Actor), Basil Zempilas (TV and Radio presenter), Barbara Wienecke (Antarctic researcher), Chandrika Ravi (Australian actress and model), Edmund Yeo (Malaysian filmmaker), Kim Scott (Australian novelist), John Turner (Australian politician), Toby Miller (media scholar), Vivienne Elanta (environmental activist), James Edelman (Australian high court justice), Visam Ali (Maldivian politician) (educator and biochemist) Murdoch has moved into the heart of Western Australia, thanks to a new teaching and learning environment in the Perth CBD. A projected vertical campus in the city center, which would include a Digital Futures Academy and an eSports hub, will create a lively knowledge-based precinct close to existing retail, recreation, entertainment, lodging, and transportation infrastructure. Popular nursing degrees are taught in state-of-the-art simulation rooms at a Mandurah facility in Perth’s fast-growing southern corridor. A third campus in Rockingham houses Murdoch’s pro bono law clinic SCALES as well as the University’s successful pathways and enabling programs, which allow students from diverse backgrounds to pursue a tertiary degree through alternative admission streams.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Murdoch University
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: $30,000
Study Level: Masters
Nationality: International Students
Murdoch University will award qualifying students with a stipend of $30,000 per year to cover the costs of their research projects.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- A score of 7.0 or higher on the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or a TOEFL score of 110 or higher (0.5 pt)
- A first-class Honours or Masters degree in a relevant psychology, public health, medical, or allied health subject, with a thesis component.
- Interpersonal skills that are demonstrated and well-developed in order to communicate with both the interdisciplinary and collegial team, as well as public and professional representatives.
- High levels of written and spoken English communication, as well as adaptability to quickly changing communication and technological needs.
- Shown interest in improving health outcomes and health chances for vulnerable populations, including people with MS.
The Murdoch University Crisis Healthcare Management In MS Scholarships 2022-23 is open to all International Students
- Please send the required documentation (separately) to firstname.lastname@example.org before the closing date.
- Selected applicants will be called to an interview and will be required to submit ideas through Murdoch University’s postgraduate scholarship application process. Applicants must be able to start no later than July 1, 2022.
- Contact Yvonne Learmonth for additional information on the project. Contact Murdoch University’s Graduate Research School for further information about the application procedure.
- How to Apply: To apply, applicants must enroll in the university’s postgraduate degree program. To be considered for this scholarship, fill out an application form.
- Academic transcripts from all previous schools attended, as well as a copy of the applicant’s passport, are required as supporting documents.
- Admission Requirements: Students must have completed any non-UK degree that the University considers to be equivalent to an authorized UK degree at the level required for the target Masters course (please consult the Admissions Office).
- Language Requirement: All international students entering study on a Tier 4 / Student visa must meet the UK Visas and Immigration’s minimum English language requirement.
The application deadline for Murdoch University Crisis Healthcare Management In MS Scholarships 2022-23 is March 30th, 2022. It should be worthy of note that the Murdoch University Crisis Healthcare Management In MS Scholarships 2022-23 is renewable for each year.