A Summer Research Scholarship at The Australian National University is an exceptional research opportunity for high achieving undergraduate (typically third year) and honours students, providing an insight into what studying for an honours or a graduate research degree is all about.
The Summer Research Scholarships at the ANU provides you with an opportunity to work with leading scholars and research projects in your area of interest.
Scholarships are available for students from all Australian and New Zealand universities.
A Summer Research Scholarship at the ANU includes:
* Accommodation and main meal in a residential college campus
* A weekly allowance
* Return travel to Canberra
* An opportunity to undertake a short research project on an approved topic
The Summer Research Scholarships is eight (8) weeks in duration from late November to the end of January (excluding the ANU Christmas closure). Only in exceptional circumstances will the program's dates be changed.
Research Areas within the College of Arts and Social Sciences
The College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) incorporates a number of research active areas and wide variety of research active academics working on various projects on local, national and international significance.
The College will have various areas of research opportunities over the summer (non-teaching) period for 20010/11 Summer Research Scholars. The College welcomes enquiries and applications from students interested in the diverse areas of the Creative Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences including:
* Arab and Islamic Studies
* Art (visual)
* Demography and Social Research
* Film and Drama
* Gambling Research
* Indigenous Studies (Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research)
* Political Science and International Relations
Applications for the 2010/202011 Summer Research Scholarships program will open 1 August 2010 and close 31 August 2010.
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