International Centre for Muslim and Non-Muslim Understanding

PhD scholarships

UniSA's International Centre for Muslim and Non-Muslim Understanding encourages scholarship that contributes to the development of Critical Muslim Studies as a distinct approach combining insights from post-orientalism, post-colonialism and post-structuralism. Muslim Studies is aimed at re-framing the Muslim question that haunts the contemporary world.

PhD scholarships are available for students wishing to undertake research within the field of Critical Muslim studies, working with a diverse and dynamic team of international and interdisciplinary scholars.

Value

The scholarships are valued at AU$30,000 tax free per annum.

Research information

Applicants working broadly within the humanities and social sciences can apply. However, applicants' research topics should reflect the Centre's core interest in developing Critical Muslim Studies.

Eligibility

Applicants will have at least an undergraduate degree in an associated discipline with an outstanding academic record.  

The Centre strongly encourages applications from individuals of minority groups.

The scholarships are available to Australian and New Zealand citizens and permanent residents of Australia and international applicants.

Are you eligible to apply for a scholarship? (refer to admission selection and scholarship application guidelines for the University of South Australia)

How to apply

Closing date

Australian and international applicants: Anytime

Contact

For more information about these PhD scholarships please contact:

Dr Nahid Afrose Kabir
Senior Research Fellow
International Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding
Division of Education, Arts and Social Sciences
Email: Nahid.Kabir@unisa.edu.au

International Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding
Level 3, Yungondi Building, City West campus
University of South Australia
GPO Box 2471, Adelaide, South Australia 5001 Australia
Email: MnM-Centre@unisa.edu.au

Areas of study and research

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