This is a research job with a duration of 48 months and will be based in Germany at the Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH (MPIE-BASF) (http://www.mpie.de/). This post is made possible through the MSCA COFUND Action: RMIT European Doctoral Innovators (REDI) program, which is supported by the European Union. The successful candidate for the Researcher position will be granted Doctoral Student status at both RMIT University and the Ruhr-Universität Bochum’s Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
For further information, please visit https://www.rediprogram.eu/.
REDI is a one-of-a-kind PhD training program that provides its participants with industry-supported positions that come with excellent salaries, enviable international experiences such as spending a residential year in Melbourne, Australia and attending annual workshop weeks in Barcelona, Spain, first-rate training, as well as the opportunity to network with academic and industry leaders from among the program’s more than 60 supporting partners REDI is looking to hire one Researcher to work on one of the following research projects in close collaboration with RMIT University (Australia) and MPIE-BASF (Germany). The ideal candidate will have fewer than four years of research experience and will not yet have earned a doctoral degree.
About the Scholarship Sponsor:
The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (often known as RMIT Institution) is an Australian research university with its main campus in Melbourne. The extensive campus and the high caliber of the institution’s professional and technical training programs, research, and other offerings have made it well-known around the world. Francis Ormond laid the groundwork for the school in 1887. It was originally established as a night school where students may study a variety of subjects, including the arts, sciences, and technologies. The term “public university” was first used to describe the school in 1992. Nearly 87,000 students enroll each year at RMIT University, with 34,347 coming from other countries to study on campus or at one of RMIT’s offshore locations. The university generates $54.1 million in revenue through research.
In terms of the study of art and design, the university is ranked eleventh worldwide. RMIT University’s main campus can be found in Melbourne’s central business district. As a result of its presence in the oldest section of the city, the campus holds a great degree of heritage interest. The Bundoora Campus and the Brunswick Campus are two more locations that the university maintains in Australia. Moreover, it has two main campuses, two regional offices, and a hub in Spain. Since that time, there have been a total of 87 buildings erected to the campus. One of the distinguishing features of RMIT University is the lack of institutionalized discrimination. Six city blocks are devoted to the university, bringing the total size to over 720,000 square meters.
More than a hundred and thirty nations are represented among RMIT University’s alumni association’s over 437,000 members. Some famous people who went to this university include the famous Australian artist Charles Billich, the famous Australian movie director James Wan, the famous Australian novelist James Wan, the famous Australian charity worker Jim Stynes, and the famous Australian animator Felix Colgrave. Mixed learning, which involves both online and face-to-face training, has been given by RMIT for some time. Through Canvas, our online learning and instruction platform, students have the ability to participate in online lectures and tutorials, providing for continuous education no matter the location in which they find themselves. You will join a vibrant online community at RMIT, where students and faculty from all over the world may interact with one another and learn from one another’s experiences. Bundoora, in the far northwest suburbs of Melbourne, is home to several of RMIT’s health, biomedical science, and engineering departments.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): RMIT University
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: €42,000
Scholarship Type: PhD
Nationality: International Students
- All benefits accorded to employees in accordance with the public service tariff system (TVOD) in Germany, such as paid holiday leave, sick leave, and parental leave.
- a yearly travel grant of 1,000 Euros to cover expenses such as lodging and transportation in order to attend the annual workshop hosted by RMIT Europe in Barcelona (Spain).
- A stipend of 10,000 Euros to cover airfare and living costs for up to a year while working in Australia.
- One post that pays between 34-42,000 EUR year and requires full-time employment for a period of four years.
Eligibility for Scholarship
- You must meet the MSCA-COFUND eligibility criteria by the application deadline in order to apply for REDI.
- You must be within the first four years of your research career (Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)) and not have a doctorate to qualify. Researchers’ Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Research Experience begins on the date they earned the degree that allowed them to begin a doctoral program AND continues until the date they graduate.
- Never have spent more than 12 months in the country of your research host in the three years prior to the deadline for this request for proposals. No credit is given for time spent as part of the process of applying for refugee status under the Geneva Convention (1951 Refugee Convention and 1967 Protocol), for mandatory national service, or for temporary stays such as vacations.
- in addition to the following conditions: by January 2023, have earned a master’s degree OR an equivalent degree (such as a bachelor’s degree with honors) in a field relevant to your chosen research endeavor and including a research component that allows you to enroll in a university doctorate program, AND
- Possess the necessary background in the field of study or cognate field and research potential to carry out the selected project, as demonstrated by the applicant’s academic qualifications and/or professional experience. AND
- Possess a command of the English language at the C1 level.
Awarding international students with tuition waivers for the 2022-2023 school year in select degree programs, the University of Innsbruck in Austria is committed to removing financial barriers to education. This award is for international students who have demonstrated academic excellence. Scholars of all levels are urged to apply for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year at the university.
The RMIT University 2022 PhD Scholarship in Novel Concepts is open to all International Students
Visit the website of RMIT University for further information.
The application deadline for RMIT University 2022 PhD Scholarship in Novel Concepts is December 19, 2022