Funded by the Centre for Road Safety, Transport for NSW and an ARC project grant and University of Sydney this scholarship is for postgraduate research under the venture labeled as PhD Scholarship – Evaluation of the crash vulnerability of older drivers using GPS in-vehicle monitoring. The deserving applicants ought to possess an appropriate Honours 1 or high 2A (or equivalent) undergraduate degree in related discipline and/or professional experience in road safety policy and research. It is granting a stipend of APA rate + $10,000 per annum over a period of three years. Open to nationals of Australia or New Zealand and can be taken at Australia.
- About the eligibility:-
Applicants should hold an appropriate Honours 1 or high 2A (or equivalent) undergraduate degree in related discipline and/or professional experience in road safety policy and research. A Masters level qualification in public health would be an advantage. Applicants must be Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents, or New Zealand citizens.
- About the nationality:-
The students of Australia or New Zealand can submit an application for the scholarship.
- About the awards:-
- Scholarship is offered for 3 years.
- The scholarship stipend is APA rate + $10,000 per annum over a period of three years (tax exempt).
- About the applying procedure and the Deadline:-
Applications, including a cover letter, current CV, copy of academic transcripts, proof of citizenship or permanent residency, the names and contact details of at least two referees should be submitted to Dr Lisa Keay, Injury Division, and The George Institute for Global Health.
Applications should be submitted till March 25, 2013.