Earliest Modern Human Colonisation Research Scholarship at  ANU in Australia

Earliest Modern Human Colonisation Research Scholarship at ANU in Australia

Australia 19 Feb 2030
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ANU (Australian National University) announced the Agent-Based Modelling Scholarship, This Ph.D. Scholarship is offered by the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, attached to Professor Sue O’Connor’s Australian Laureate Fellowship, which is to conduct research on the earliest modern human colonization of Island Southeast Asia. 

Field of Study:

Strong background in modeling and an interest in its application to archaeology and ecology.

Scholarship Value:

This scholarship offers the student $27,652 per annum. Scholarship payments will be made fortnightly for 4 years. 

Funding for involvement in fieldwork in Indonesia (if desired), software, international travel for conference attendance in years 2 and 3 of the Ph.D.

Eligibility Criteria:

Applicant must hold a Bachelor degree with at least upper second-class honors (first-class honors is preferred) or equivalent, or hold a Graduate Diploma or Master degree with a significant research thesis component and/or relevant experience.

Eligible Program is 9050 Ph.D. in Culture History and Language, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.

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