ADVERTORIAL: Apply Before October 31 For 2016 Charles Darwin University Scholarships


Charles Darwin University (CDU) is offering exciting scholarship opportunities valued at up to $81,000 to support your environmental research studies in 2016 and beyond. Apply to study Masters or PhD degree and be part of the next generation of outstanding researchers for Northern Australia and Asia.

CDU’s Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods undertakes world-class science in extraordinary environments. Staff and students work across the physical, natural and social sciences on how to manage natural resources in the face of rapid environmental change and growing development pressures.

Current fields of environmental research feature:

  • Coastal Processes and Monitoring
  • Ecosystem Function
  • Bushfires Research
  • Natural Resources-Based Livelihoods
  • Savanna Wildlife Research and Conservation Management
  • Renewable Energy
  • Animal Physiological Ecology
  • Remote Sensing
  • Conservation and Sustainable Livelihoods
  • Aquatic Ecology and Management
  • Environmental Science Learning and Teaching
  • Tropical Plant and Invasion Ecology

By studying at CDU, you’ll have the chance to immerse yourself in one of the most unique Australian settings, enjoy close interaction with supervisors, integration into vibrant research teams, inspiring fieldwork opportunities and extensive connections with industry, government, communities and Asian countries.

CDU is a member of the Innovative Research Universities and is ranked by Times Higher Education in the top 50 universities in the world under 50 years old. Reuters ranks CDU in the top 4 in Australian and NZ for research quality in Environmental Science and Ecology. CDU is the number one university in Australia for graduate employment according to University Reviews Australia.

Enrolments are accepted all year round, however, scholarship applications close on 31 October 2015. Scholarships are available to both domestic and international students. Apply today and start in 2016.

Take a closer look at CDU’s environmental research here or email us here.

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