How to apply

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To apply for a joint PhD opportunity in the Melbourne Potsdam Minor Cosmopolitanisms please review the following information

1. Melbourne-Potsdam Minor Cosmopolitanisms Joint PhD opportunities.

2. Information about the RTG Minor Cosmopolitanisms

3. Minimum entry requirements, English language requirements, and Faculty of Arts entry requirements

Expressions of interest will require the following information:

  • Your name and contact details
  • A cover letter explaining your interest
  • Your research proposal
  • Your CV
  • Your university transcripts
  • Any additional supporting documentation

Applications close 30 September 2022.

Submit an Expression of Interest

Contact Professor Chris Healy for further information

Diversity and inclusion

We are firmly committed to the principles of Diversity and Inclusion, and all applications will be evaluated relative to prior opportunities. Workplace accommodations for people with a disability can be raised prior to the application through a direct email to the supervisors or discussed with short-listed candidates during the interview phase. Candidates from underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply.

Financial support

All joint PhD candidates admitted to this program have access to a scholarship package (that provides a living allowance, health insurance, and relocation support) for 3.5 years with the possibility of a 6-month extension. All joint PhD candidates receive waivers of their tuition fees at both institutions for the duration of their candidature.

Contact us

If you have questions about the joint PhD program or the application process, contact us.

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