Wednesday, 8 September 2010

Australia:PhD scholarships,International Centre for Muslim and Non-Muslim Understanding

PhD scholarships are available for students wishing to undertake research within the research areas of UniSA's International Centre for Muslim and Non-Muslim Understanding:

  • Muslim diasporas and youth
  • the Middle East and reconciliation
  • Indian Ocean Rim regional problems.

Payment information

$30,000 tax free per annum (2010 rate) - plus relocation costs for successful applicants residing outside of Australia up to the value of AU$5,000.

Research information

Cultural Studies; History and Philosophy of Social Sciences and Humanities and the Arts - General


Ideal applicants will have at least an undergraduate degree in an associated discipline with an outstanding academic record (Honours 1 or equivalent). Associated disciplines include but are not limited to sociology, anthropology, religion studies, ethnic and race studies, media and communication, cultural studies, politics and government. Applicants will have a commitment to a broad social justice framework and have an interest to work within an interdisciplinary team structured around a socio-cultural approach to research.

The Centre strongly encourages applications from ethnic, gendered and religious minorities and groups.

Australian citizens, permanent residents of Australia, New Zealand citizens and international applicants are eligible.

How to apply

Closing date

Australian and international applicants: Anytime

Main scholarship contacts

For more information about these PhD scholarships please contact:

Associate Professor Margaret Peters
Dean: Research & Research Education
Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences
Tel: 08 8302 4059

Professor Sayyid
Director: Centre of Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding

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