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We offer the opportunity to develop an in-depth knowledge of Australia via individual research projects offered within the Global Affairs MSc and the MSc and MA programs in Geography

Through the Global Affairs MSc, you’ll examine the politics, society, economics and history of the world’s non-western, regional and rising powers and their role within a changing world order.

The suite of master's courses offered by the Department of Geography is one of the largest in the UK, allowing you to specialise in areas of particular interest and to benefit from our multidisciplinary expertise. You will also study with award-winning and world leading experts.

If you would like to discuss postgraduate research study, email Agnieszka Sobocinska, Menzies Australia Institute Director, at agnieszka.sobocinska@kcl.ac.uk

Funding opportunities 

The Northcote Postgraduate Scholarship

There is no limitation on the field of study. Applicants must be resident in the UK (or one of its dependencies or territories) and need to ascertain their own eligibility for a postgraduate programme (MA or PhD) in Australia. The Trustees particularly welcome proposals for PhD and research-based Masters programmes.

The scholarship provides Visa costs, an economy return airfare to Australia, payment of compulsory university fees and charges and a generous living allowance, paid quarterly. For further details see https://www.britain-australia.org.uk/northcote

 

ANU Australian Studies Institute 2022 – 2023 Visiting Fellowship Program

Awards to enable academic researchers to conduct research at the Australian Studies Institute at the Australian National University in Canberra.

The ANU Australian Studies Institute (AuSI) Visiting Fellowship Program brings together early and mid-career researchers to conduct innovative research that promotes the study of Australia or transnational and comparative research involving Australia. Applications from academics working in any discipline(s) at an Australian or overseas institution are welcome.

The Visiting Fellowship Program aims to attract emerging and mid-career researchers and policy makers to undertake innovative research whilst contributing to the collegial research culture across ANU to improve the research profile and excellence of AuSI. This may include collaborating with ANU academics, presenting seminars or guest lectures and attending AuSI events such as the Visiting Fellows Dinner.

Read more details about the ANU Australian Studies Institute 2022 – 2023 Visiting Fellowship Program

Applicants must have at least a higher degree or equivalent professional experience, research and publications. Institutional affiliation to a University or equivalent research or cultural organisation is required.

Fellowships are for early to mid-career academics (as a guide, this can be considered equivalent ANU Level B – D). Fellowships are open to Australian (non-ANU) and international researchers.

ANU values equity and diversity and is committed to ensuring equal opportunity for all.

Each Visiting Fellow will be provided with: AUD$5,000 (domestic-based) and AUD$9,000 (international-based) maximum allowance in costs towards economy-class travel and accommodation; an ANU office space with computer and printing facilities; ANU Library borrowing privileges; and access to ANU facilities and events.

Our partnerships

We are proud to partner with academic and cultural institutions across Australia, the UK and beyond. We work closely with the Australian Studies Institute at the Australian National University. In 2022, we have partnered with Murrup Barak, Melbourne Institute for Indigenous Development and the Conviction Politics project.

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