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Australia: Donald Dyer Postgraduate Research Scholarship

The University of South Australia offers a scholarship for students considering post-graduate research studies in PR or communication management. Prospective candidates from fields such as public relations, communication management, marketing and advertising are encouraged to apply; however, research studies will be in PR or Communication Management. Areas of study: PhD in Social Sciences (Communication and Information) - three years; Research MA (Communication and Information) - two years. The scholarship for an international student covers the cost of fees and some living allowance. The stipend may be increased to AUD$26,000 (Sk545,000 or €16,000), but it is currently AUD$22,200 per annum (tax-free) for a full-time candidate. Deadline for applications: October 31. For more information see http://www.unisa.edu.au/cppc/DyerScholarship.asp or contact: David Brittan (post-graduate and research project officer), Tel. 0061 8 83024493, david.brittan@unisa.edu.au, www.unisa.edu.au.


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