PhD Scholarship form

The ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) offers a variety of named PhD scholarships to support students while they undertake a PhD across our research disciplines.

Please use this webform to apply for CASS scholarships for which you would like to be considered. If there is a CASS scholarship that you would like to apply for, that is not included below, please contact CASS Student Office for information and advice.

CASS PhD scholarships are highly competitive –please ensure your scholarship application is complete before you submit your application. You will need to complete this form separately, for each scholarship application.

(Note: do not use this form to apply for an Australian Government Research Training Program (AGRTP) Stipend Scholarship - no application is required for AGRTP scholarships and all eligible candidates will be considered.)

IMPORTANT: You must also separately apply to the University for admission to a PhD program. The College has two PhD programs, make sure you apply for the correct one:

If you are unsure which program to apply for, please contact the CASS Student Office.

1. Personal Details
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Australian Indigenous Community
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Please provide written confirmation from an Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander member of the community/ies named above OR provide the name and contact details of an Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander member of the community/ies named above who can be contacted on your behalf about this application. Please note: this person should be an Indigenous person who is active within the Indigenous community and who can comment on your participation within, and aspirations for the Indigenous community. They cannot be a member of your immediate family.
Contact details
2. Scholarship and Enrolment Details
Enrolment status

"Your scholarship application will not be assessed until you have completed an application for a program of study for the degree of doctor in the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences."

Scholarship details

Investigate contemporary digital design practices, with a focus on high impact public engagement through data visualisation, information and interface design. More information is available at https://cass.anu.edu.au/study/scholarships/phd/information-design-visualisation.

Develop new digital resources designed to unlock the value of the Emmerson Collection: over 5000 early modern rare books and pamphlets. More information is available at https://cass.anu.edu.au/study/scholarships/phd/digital-design-cultural-collections.

Create a database and innovative web-based tool to track the artists, objects, official receptions, travelling embassies, and colonial outposts relating to the movement of prints, medals and other gifted objects across the world. More information is available at https://cass.anu.edu.au/study/scholarships/phd/mapping-travelling-objects-art-and-cultural-diplomacy.

Up to four joint prestigious PhD scholarships will be offered by flagship national institutions in partnership with the Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies (CHMS) in the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences. More information is available at https://cass.anu.edu.au/study/scholarships/phd/collaborative-doctoral-program-phd-scholarship.

If yes, please provide details of the scholarship(s):
Folio including academic, creative and professional track record. Files must be less than 10 MB. Allowed file types: pdf jpg jpeg png.
3. Project Details
Please enter your proposed project title, as it appears in your ANU PhD application.
Please provide a short summary of your proposed PhD project and a brief statement outlining your reasons for applying for this scholarship (max. 500 words; noting full project details will be in your PhD application)
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4. Declaration
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Updated:  3 October 2019/Responsible Officer:  CASS Marketing & Communications/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications