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Posted 5 January 2016
The Connected Water Initiative Research Centre, UNSW Australia, is seeking high quality International and Domestic applicants to apply for PhD positions to start in July 2016. Fully funded and fees-only UNSW scholarships are now available.
Applicants must have an honours (or equivalent) degree at 1st class, a higher degree (MSc or MRes) and evidence of research experience. International applicants must also meet English language qualifications. Applications must be made at: https://research.unsw.edu.au/postgraduate-research-scholarships. International Applicants must apply before the 19th February 2016, and Domestic Applicants must apply before the 20th May 2016.
We specifically welcome applicants interested in the following research areas:
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