[TimorLesteStudies] Australia-Netherlands Research Collaboration Overseas PhD Travel Fellowship Funding

Bu V. E. Wilson bu.wilson at anu.edu.au
Fri Oct 31 21:00:25 EST 2008

The Australia-Netherlands Research Collaboration would like to announce that the Guidelines and Selection Criteria for the 2009 round of Overseas PhD Travel Fellowship Funding are now available, and have been posted at www.aust-neth.net. 

Individuals currently enrolled in a PhD program at an Australian university, and who are researching Southeast Asia are eligible to apply. 

Funding is available for students to conduct specific, defined tasks in the Netherlands related to their PhD. These tasks could include fieldwork, consulting an archive or library, engaging in language or disciplinary study, or consulting academic experts. Funds will cover economy class return travel between Australia and the Netherlands plus a living allowance for a period of between one and six months. The research must occur within the term of the PhD enrolment, and take place in the period from mid 2009 – 2011. Up to three Fellowships will be offered in the 2009 round. It is planned that further fellowships will be offered in 2010, depending on funding.

** Closing date is Friday, 15 May 2009 **

For further information contact Helen.McMartin at anu.edu.au, tel 02 6125 0693. 

Please also note that the ANRC Netherlands office is offering similar PhD travel fellowships to students enrolled at a Dutch university, to travel to Australia to conduct research. See www.aust-neth.net for details.

regards, Helen 

Helen McMartin
Project Administrative Manager
The Australia-Netherlands Research Collaboration
Building 9, Room 4138
The Australian National University
ACT 0200 Australia

Office hours: Mon(until 2.30pm), Wed, Thurs(until 2.30pm)
tel 61 2 6125 0693
fax 61 2 6125 5525
email Helen.McMartin at anu.edu.au

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