Deadline: 30 September 2020
Scholarship Description: The overall research programme will produce a framework for understanding multicultural ageing that is culturally sensitive, ethical, and has a lifespan focus.
Degree Level: Doctoral
Available Subjects: Health
Eligible Nationalities: Domestic students and International students are eligible for this scholarship program.
Scholarship Benefits: Stipend of $27,500 per annum plus tuition fees
Applicants must have a BA/BSc with a first-class Honours or Master’s degree in Psychology, Public Health or another related field, and relevant research experience. Experience with qualitative research methods is preferred but not essential. Cultural competence and experience working with diverse communities is an advantage. The successful candidate would ideally start before the end of 2020 but the start date can be negotiated. Both domestic and international candidates are welcome to apply, but the successful candidate must be based in New Zealand to conduct the research.
Applicants must have BA/BSc with a first-class Honours or Master’s degree in Psychology, Public Health or related disciplines.
Applicants must be intending to enroll full-time.
Preference may be given to applicants competent in working with Pacific peoples.
Experience with qualitative research methods is an advantage.
To apply, please email Dr Ágnes Szabó ([email protected]) and include the following documentations in the email:
2. Cover letter (describing your interests and what motivates you to study ageing)
3. Academic transcript
4. Sample of academic writing
5. Contact details of two references