PhD, Masters by research
27 March 2023
Domestic / International
About the research project
Associate Professor Kate Booth leads the only geographical insurance research program in Australia. She is an international leader in insurance geographies and critical insurance studies. In this project, you will define your own focus. For example, you may critically investigate relationships between insurance and home, real estate, disasters, work, health, place and/or power. Or you may critically examine the ontologies and epistemologies of insurance. A focus on any part of the insurance sector or any type of insurance is welcome.
Primary SupervisorMeet Dr Kate Booth
Applicants will be considered for a Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship or Tasmania Graduate Research Scholarship (TGRS) which, if successful, provides:
- a living allowance stipend of $31,500 per annum (2023 rate, indexed annually) for 3.5 years
- a relocation allowance of up to $2,000
- a tuition fees offset covering the cost of tuition fees for up to four years (domestic applicants only)
If successful, international applicants will receive a University of Tasmania Fees Offset for up to four years.
As part of the application process you may indicate if you do not wish to be considered for scholarship funding.
Applicants should review the Higher Degree by Research minimum entry requirements.
Ensure your eligibility for the scholarship round by referring to our Key Dates.
The project is competitively assessed and awarded. Selection is based on academic merit and suitability to the project as determined by the College.
Additional essential selection criteria specific to this project:
- A demonstrated ability to engage with social theory
- Experience or interest in social research methods
- Select your project, and check that you meet the eligibility and selection criteria, including citizenship;
- Contact Dr Kate Booth to discuss your suitability and the project's requirements; and
- In your application:
- Copy and paste the title of the project from this advertisement into your application. If you don’t correctly do this your application may be rejected.
- Submit a signed supervisory support form, a CV including contact details of 2 referees and your project research proposal.
- Apply prior to 27 March 2023.
Full details of the application process can be found under the 'How to apply' section of the Research Degrees website.
Following the closing date applications will be assessed within the College. Applicants should expect to receive notification of the outcome by email by the advertised outcome date.
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