Applications are open for the one-time doctoral scholarship for a high-achieving international or domestic student undertaking research related to global childhoods and early years. The Centre for Global Childhoods is pleased to offer the CGC PhD Scholarship in 2024.
The successful applicant will undertake a PhD thesis in the Centre for Global Childhoods, Faculty of Education and Social Work that aims to make a positive contribution towards the strategic research goals of the Centre, supervised by the Centre Director – Professor Marek Tesar.
The Centre for Global Childhoods (CGC) serves as a central nexus that brings together a wide range of faculty, universities and international collaborators. Its mission is to be a world-leading, interdisciplinary research centre for the study of global childhoods and the early years.
Why study at the University of Auckland? UoA is New Zealand’s world-ranked university that offers flexible degrees with a wide range of majors. Established in 1883, it is committed to quality and excellence in all its degree and diploma programs. It is the largest, most comprehensive and highest-ranked university.
CGC PhD Scholarship for International Students at University of Auckland, New Zealand
Application Deadline: August
- University or Organization: the University of Auckland, the Centre for Global Childhoods
- Department: Faculty of Education and Social Work
- Course Level: PhD
- Award: $33,000 p.a. plus compulsory fees for up to 36 months
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: NA
- Nationality: Domestic and International
- The award can be taken in New Zealand
- Eligible Countries: All nationalities, including New Zealand
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: The scholarship will be awarded for the PhD studies. Studies may also focus on social or environmental inequality and justice, and be conducted as cross-country studies within or outside of formal education settings in Aotearoa New Zealand or overseas.
- Admissible Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following criteria:
- The program is available to domestic students and domestic fee-paying international students
- Applicants who already have a doctorate are not eligible for consideration
- M?ori and Pasifika applicants will be prioritized.
- To view the academic eligibility requirements for entry into a PhD or named doctorate program, see – Doctoral entry requirements.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: To be considered for the scholarship, applicants are required to apply for a PhD program at Auckland University.
- Supporting Documents: Applicants must prepare electronic copies of their doctoral application documents, such as:
- Evidence of your name, date of birth, name changes, citizenship or residency
- Evidence of prior study: Academic transcripts,
- Statement of Research Intent
- CV (résumé).
- Evidence of English language proficiency: If English is not your first language, approved English language test scores from the last two years.
- Arrange their Doctoral Referee Reports
- Research and publication history
- For more information, visit: Documents to support your application and Statement of Research Intent
- For expressions of interest, contact the Centre Director at [email protected]
- Admission Requirements: Applicants must decide their area of research interest or potential research topic. For information on the thesis and research areas see:
- Find a supervisor
- Postgraduate research areas
- Language Requirement: IELTS or TOEFL or equivalent. For more information, applicants must see the postgraduate English language requirements.
The university will provide all the following:
- Scholarship valued at $33,000 p.a. plus compulsory fees for up to 36 months of full-time study
- Paid work may not exceed 750 hours per 12-month period of scholarship tenure