“​Make an impact through research” – Recruitment of PhD Students

The Centre for Education, Training and Work in the Asian Century (CETWAC) in the School of Education is pleased to announce the opportunity to complete a higher degree by research and work with world class supervisors. This opportunity is for 2017 enrolments, with a closing date for applications of October 31, 2016 .Successful applicants will be allocated a fee free PhD place, and will be very well positioned to obtain a Commonwealth Government or RMIT scholarship to provide additional financial support.Throughout the course of your candidature you will be provided with sessional teaching experience, receive career mentorship including a commitment to publish and the development of career growth and publication plan at the conclusion of your program.

In addition to this support, you will have the opportunity to contribute to high impact research projects that align strategically to CETWAC priorities and RMIT’s Enabling Capabilities Platform.

If this sounds like you, information on how to apply can be found here.

For details on the projects and possibilities to include in your proposal, please get in touch with the project supervisors below.

How do resilient cities promote marginalised young people’s resilience?

Contact: Professor Peter Kelly peter.kelly@rmit.edu.au

The Competition for Advancement through Vocational Education.

Contact: Professor Rob Strathdee, rob.strathdee@rmit.edu.au

Science achievement and Socio-Economic Status.

Contact: Professor Amanda Berry, amanda.berry@rmit.edu.au

Teaching Educators in Partnership.

Contact: Associate Professor Kathy Jordan, kathy.jordan@rmit.edu.au