The University of Edinburgh will award twelve scholarships to students enrolled in one of the university’s distance learning Master’s degree programs.There is one PhD fellowship available for each of the following research fields at the School of Government and International Relations: International Election Observation in an Era of Disinformation – What to Expect This fellowship provides funds for a comparative research study on how autocratic regimes attract partisan individuals and organisations to impersonate legitimate foreign election monitors during elections in their own countries. This study effort, which is also known as “zombie election monitoring,” aims to gain insight into the origins, characteristics, and/or impact of this phenomena through time and across different regions of the world. Nationalist populism is on the rise in both France and the United States. In exchange for this fellowship, the recipient will do a comparative research project on the worldwide connections of nationalist populists on many continents. Aims of the research are to gain an understanding of how nationalist populist ideas of international cooperation with likeminded parties have evolved over time, how it operates now, and what the consequences of such cooperation are. The successful candidate will be required to perform fieldwork in both France and the United States, therefore advanced-level competence in both French and English is required.
During Covid-19, there was a lot of talk about expertise politics. The scholarship will assist a comparative research study on women’s representation on national health emergency committees in four different countries: Australia, the United States, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, among other things. As a result of women’s under-representation on national scientific advisory groups, it has been identified as an important – and often overlooked – source of structural bias that may have contributed to men dominating public and academic discourse about COVID-19 as well as – and perhaps more importantly – decisions made by governments on how to respond to the outbreak. As a result of this research, we will gain a better understanding of the politics of inclusion inside expert groups, which is an important but understudied issue in the literature on the politics of expertise.
How to Understand the ‘Fair Go’ in the Antipodes— This grant will assist in the completion of a research study on the idiom “fair go” in Australia and New Zealand. The fair go is one of the most distinctive and persistent characteristics of social and political discourse in both countries, but it has not been explored in depth to determine its meanings and implications for public policy in either country. This research will look at both historical and present applications of the fair go idiom, as well as how it has influenced public policy over the course of history. It has been the goal of the School of Government and International Relations to develop a dynamic PhD program. They have access to scholarships, grants, and funding, as well as professional growth, experience, and training, as well as support and wellbeing services. The group now consists of 36 applicants, and they have access to a variety of resources. Our alumni have gone on to work as academics, public servants, entrepreneurs, lawyers, political consultants, policy advisers, and research officers, among a wide range of other jobs and fields of expertise.
About the Scholarship:
Griffith University is one of the most well-known research universities in the state of Queensland, in the Australian state of Australia. It was founded in 1971, but it wasn’t until 1975 that the institution opened its doors to its first class of students. Griffith University was the first and foremost institution in Australia to offer environmental science and Asian studies degrees. Sir Samuel Walker Griffith, an influential Australian personality, is credited with the creation of the institution that bears his name. He was previously the Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, and he was a key figure in the drafting of Australia’s Constitution in the 1960s. Every year, more than 50,000 students are accepted into Griffith University for undergraduate, postgraduate, and research degrees in a wide range of disciplines, according to the university.
The university provides courses in a variety of areas, including business and government, criminology and law, the environment, planning and architecture, humanities, music, languages, and health, among others. The university also offers courses in other languages. Griffith University is well-known for its beautiful green campuses, which may be found throughout Queensland, Australia. The Nathan campus was the university’s very first campus, and it had just 451 students at the time of its establishment. However, as time went on, the institution grew and opened campuses all across Australia, including the Northern Territory. Currently, the university has six campuses that are dispersed throughout three cities in the United States.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Griffith University
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: Fully Funded
Study Level: Postgraduate
Nationality: International Students
Scholarship recipients will be studying at a university that ranks in the top 2 percent of all universities in the world and has campuses throughout South East Queensland. In order to establish a culture that encourages you to be curious, innovative, and fearless, we have worked hard to do so here at Griffith University. We also encourage and promote the professional and personal development of all of our HDR prospects, and we make significant investments in our employees’ abilities. Griffith University is committed to diversity, inclusion, and adaptability, and we urge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, as well as people from all backgrounds, to apply to the university.. Griffith University’s strategic goals include increasing the representation of women in senior academic and administrative positions, as well as in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine, among other things (STEMM).
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- Applicants for higher degree research scholarships at Griffith University are chosen based on their academic merit and research experience, which are taken into consideration.
- Applications from both domestic and international applicants are encouraged to submit expressions of interest.
- To be considered for an HDR Scholarship, applicants must have completed, or expect to complete, a bachelor’s degree with honors equivalent to first class honours, or an advanced master’s degree (AQF Level 9), which includes significant research of a standard comparable to that of a bachelor’s degree, or be regarded by Griffith University as having an equivalent level of attainment in accordance with Schedule One of the HDR Scholarship Policy. The following link will provide you with additional information on the program’s eligibility requirements:
The Griffith University 2022 School of Government and International Relations PhD Scholarship is open to all International Students
Southeast Asian nationals studying in Ireland and achieving academic distinction in the upcoming academic year 2022-2023 can apply for a scholarship through the National University of Ireland Galway. For this National University of Ireland scholarship to be considered, postgraduate students from South East Asia must accept an offer to study at the NUI Galway from September 2022.
- Please refrain from clicking on the “APPLY” button. Interested parties must submit their expressions of interest to the relevant contact for each project, which includes the project manager.
- You must submit an essay explaining your candidacy for the project/scholarship (i.e. a research proposal)
- Documentation demonstrating that you have completed a program with the required grades, as described in the about you section.
- A curriculum vitae is a list of qualifications (CV)
- Expressions of interest must be received by 11:59 p.m. on May 1, 2022, to be considered.
- The selected individuals will then be encouraged to submit an online application for the program and award.
The application deadline forGriffith University 2022 School of Government and International Relations PhD Scholarship is May 1, 2022