Multiple funded MSc/PhD positions via UniSA-RTPi 2022

 About the positions Research Training Program international (RTPi) Scholarships 2022 University of South Australia Research Training Program international (RTPi) are fully funded scholarships program funded by the Australian government and awarded to international students on the basis of merit and research potential. RTPi provide stipend allowances, and tuition fees cover for a specific duration of the degree program The RTPi at the University of South Australia aligned to specific projects. The scholarships are open to all eligible international students to undertake research degree Masters or PhD at UniSA via specific projects. These scholarships are fully funded and aligned to any of the multiple projects available at the University of South Australia.  In another word, these scholarships are associated with research projects, applicants only apply for a scholarship when they apply for a research project. Multiple research projects are availa

Fully funded PhD scholarship positions in anthropology or sociology, Adelaide University

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Fully-funded PhD scholarship positions in anthropology or sociology, Adelaide University

An ARC Project to conduct research on - Critical conversations: An ethnographic study of Australian organ donation - Social Sciences / Sociology, Criminology and Gender Studies

Fully-funded PhD scholarship positions available at Adelaide University for the eligible applicant to conduct research on Critical conversations: An ethnographic study of Australian organ donation. This postgraduate scholarship is funded by Adelaide University and is open for eligible international and domestic candidates with research interests in anthropology or sociology.

The research aims to identify how death, dying and organ donation are communicated and constituted in and across medical spaces and family relationships – in particular, by identifying the multiple intersections of ethnicity, religion, gender, class, age, and family hierarchies, in the context of medical technologies and clinical interactions. It hopes to advance knowledge and understanding of what people know about and how they respond to organ donation, particularly in cross-cultural contexts. The successful PhD applicant would be supported to develop their own independent research project on a subject of relevance to this study. 

The scholarship will provide full tuition support for the successful applicant including living stipends. See details below

Scholarship overview

  • Scholarship type: Full tuition fee cover
  • Research scholarship stipend value: $28,854 (2022 rate)
  • Degree Program: PhD
  • Available in:  Faculty of Arts
  • Location: University of Adelaide,
  • Citizen type: International students, domestic students, New Zealand Citizens
  • Award Duration: up to 3 years
  • Application Deadlines:  Open until positions are filled

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible, interested applicants :
  1. must have completed and been awarded a relevant Bachelor Degree with Honours in anthropology or sociology. 
  2. Excellent academic writing and communication skills are essential. 
  3. Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia/international students who are accepted as candidates for a PhD degree at the University of Adelaide.

How to apply

To apply, interested applicants should send an expression interest email to the principal project coordinator Dr Tanya Zivkovic  with the following attached documents:
  • Evidence of Australian or New Zealand citizenship, or Australian permanent resident status (if not an international applicant)
  • Degree certificates (testamurs)
  • Academic transcripts
  • Translations of non-English documentation
  • Evidence of English language proficiency
  • Curriculum vitae
Project Coordinator: Dr Tanya Zivkovic, Discipline of Sociology, Criminology and Gender Studies
Who to contact. 
For any inquiry, please get in touch with the principal project supervisor at
  • Project Coordinator: Dr Tanya Zivkovic, Discipline of Sociology, Criminology and Gender Studies
  • Email:tanya.zivkovic@adelaide.edu.au
  • Tel: 0405 149 444  

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