[RNLD] Indigenous Australian students interested in coursework masters' degrees in linguistics
jansimps at gmail.com
Mon Jan 29 18:29:12 EST 2018
The Australian National University offers a Masters of General and Applied
Linguistics program. We are actively encouraging Indigenous Australians
interested in understanding language and working on their own language to
undertake the program. The program offers the opportunity to study an
Indigenous language as part of the coursework.
General information on the program is at:
There is also the opportunity to write a subthesis:
For further information, please contact the convenor, Dr Susy Macqueen,
Susy.Macqueen at anu.edu.au
For information on carrying out work on Indigenous languages as part of the
program, please contact Professor Jane Simpson, Jane.Simpson at anu.edu.au
There are some scholarships to assist eligible Indigenous candidates
undertake coursework masters programs.
*The closing date for the current round of scholarship applications is
Friday 23 February 2018.*
The successful applicant will receive $2,800 per six unit course to use for
any purpose. Subject to successful academic progress the scholarship will
automatically continue with each six unit course within the program, up to
a maximum of 96 units.
Full details of the scholarship, eligibility and the application process
are available at
Applications can be lodged online from the website
<http://cass.anu.edu.au/indigenous-australian-graduate-scholarship>, or an
application form downloaded and sent to awards.cass at anu.edu.au
For further information please contact the ANU CASS Office of the Dean at T
+61 6125 4583 or e-mail: Morgan.Lael at anu.edu.au.
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