Wanting to make a difference in the world of Swimming and Water Safety?
A PhD Scholarship opportunity is available now with Deakin University – Health and Royal Life Saving Society – Australia to initiate and conduct research on ‘Reducing drowning: understanding factors which contribute to risk and targeting those at risk’. Find out more about this PhD opportunity and how to apply by visiting: http://bit.ly/3NaPjXj
Project Supervisor: Prof Lisa Barnett
Stacey Pidgeon (Royal Life Saving Society)
Penny Larson (Royal Life Saving Society)
Faculty: Faculty of Health
Location: Melbourne Burwood Campus
Applications will remain open until a candidate has been appointed
This scholarship is available over 3 years.
- Stipend of $28,900 per annum tax exempt (2022 rate)
- International students only: Tuition fees offset for the duration of 4 years. Single Overseas Student Health Cover policy for the duration of the student visa.
To be eligible you must:
- be either a domestic or international candidate. Domestic includes candidates with Australian Citizenship, Australian Permanent Residency or New Zealand Citizenship.
- meet Deakin’s PhD entry requirements
- be enrolling full time and hold an honours degree (first class) or an equivalent standard master’s degree with a substantial research component.
Please refer to the research degree entry pathways page for further information.