CALD Health Disparities PhD Scholarship At Curtin University, Australia

The University of Curtin is exited to offer the CALD Health Disparities PhD Scholarship. Both Australian and international students are welcome to apply. This program will support students pursuing postgraduate research in the faculty of health science and humanities at Curtin University. Entries are accepted by 1 October 2018.

Scholarship Description
This PhD scholarship is funded by Research Office at Curtin (RoC)l and the Faculty of Health Science. The ARC Linkage Project – Reducing Health Disparities for CALD People aims to develop a greater intercultural understanding of migrants from non-English speaking backgrounds and the factors that predict poor health outcomes related to blood-borne viruses (BBV) and other sexually transmitted infections (STI).

Award Value
The successful student shall receive a stipend valued $27,082.00 (2018) per annum for 3 years.

Level and Area of Studies
Postgraduate research in health-related subjects.

Place of Study
At Curtin University in Australia

Eligibility and Criteria

  • Essential: BSc Hons, MPH (distinction), MPhil, or related degrees in health sciences or related disciplines. Must be able to be located in WA. Must be able to commit to full time study.
  • Desirable: Prior experience working with CALD

Applicants’ Nationality
There is no nationality restriction.

Application Instruction
Please email Professor Alision Reid ( Alison.Reid@curtin.edu.au) an express of interest with: Cover letter (including experience, interest in the area, personal goals related to research), CV, interview including written assessment.

Submission Deadline
1 October 2018.

Website and Application Link