Curtin is an internationally focused research and teaching university based in Perth, Western Australia. With campuses in Dubai, Malaysia, Mauritius and Singapore, strong connections to businesses, industries and over 90 universities worldwide. With an emphasis on real-world issues, students graduate job-ready with the skills to make tomorrow better.
Three research higher degree scholarships are now available, applications now open.
- Second Australian National Trans Mental Health Study: ‘FANTMH plus 10’ (Application deadline 13th August 2021) https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/scholarship/?id=5519
- The state decides who I am’. Australian trans people’s experiences of gender recognition on government documents (Application deadline 30th August 2021) https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/scholarship/?id=5344
- Healthcare for transgender youth: challenges, impact, coping and change (Application deadline 30th August 2021) https://scholarships.curtin.edu.au/scholarship/?id=5386
- August 13th (national trans mental health study),
- August 30th (trans youth health care, gender recognition)
All are open to Australians (citizens and permanent residents), New Zealand citizens, and holders of permanent humanitarian visas. The mental health study is also available to international students. The research involves interviews, and so interested applicants should have good oral English abilities.
These scholarships are worth AUD60-70,000 each year, and consist of a stipend and 100% fee offset. Successful candidates will be full-time. Full time HDR students at Curtin can also work part time, up to a limit set by the university. Contact Sam at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or on my mobile number +61 4514 25652, for further information.