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We have a 6 PhD scholarships currently being advertised for six projects:-
Project 1: Management of Children with Auditory Neuropathy
Project 2: Objective Measurement of Tinnitus and its Remediation
Project 3: Overcoming Barriers to the use of Hearing Aids
Project 4: Cortical Evaluation of Cochlear Implant Performance
Project 5: Central Auditory Disabilities in Children with Language
Project 6: Improved coding and transduction of pitch, fine
spatio-temporal structure and speech in noise for cochlear implant users
Closing Date: 30 January 2009
Six full time PhD scholarships are available in the Department of
Linguistics, Macquarie University, in conjunction with the HEARing
Co-operative Research Centre. The PhD projects are listed below.
Applicants should clearly label their project of interest on the front
of their application form e.g. Hearing CRC Project #1.
Successful candidates must commence by 16 February 2009.
Hearing CRC scholarships are available to domestic or international
students. International Students should note this is a stipend only
scholarship and they would be responsible for the payment of tuition
fees and compulsory overseas health cover.
Applicants should hold the equivalent of an Australian undergraduate
degree with at least Second Class Division 1 honours (such as a Masters
degree with a substantial thesis component) in a relevant discipline as
indicated in the project description. The scholarship pays a living
allowance at the Australian Postgraduate Award rate, currently $20,427
per annum, tax exempt (2009), and the tenure is a maximum 3 years full
time, subject to satisfactory progress.
Details are at:-
VERY sorry about the short notice. It only occurred to me just now to
post on this list (I'm currently on annual leave).
These scholarships are particularly suitable for Australian citizens or
permanent residents as they are living expenses only scholarships.
Research students with Australian citizenship (or with Australian
permanent residence status) have their fees covered by the government.
Nevertheless, foreign students who are able to cover tuition fees and
compulsory health cover are most welcome to apply.
It may be possible to extend the commencement date for particularly
suitable overseas applicants, but the application date is inflexible.
Dr. Robert H. Mannell
Department of Linguistics
North Ryde, 2109, NSW, Australia
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