Details about PhD/Masters Scholarships at the University of Tasmania, 2017
PhD/Masters Scholarships at the University of Tasmania, 2017 is offered for Masters, PhD degree in the field of Selected areas of Law. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 10 Apr 2017. This scholarship is provided by University of Tasmania and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, . . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationals.
- Deadline: 10 Apr 2017
- Scholarship value: Partial Funding, .
The Ph.D./Masters Scholarships at the University of Tasmania, 2017 is open to who wish to pursue at the University.
- Candidates applying for Ph.D./Masters Scholarships at the University of Tasmania, 2017 van be domestic (Australian) or international students.
- The Ph.D. applicants must enroll on a full-time basis.
- Applicants must have either received a first class Honours degree or equivalent or have a related and substantial research experience.
- Applicants of Ph.D./Masters Scholarships at the University of Tasmania, 2017 must show strong analytical and research skills.
The applicants of Ph.D./Masters Scholarships at the University of Tasmania, 2017 can enroll into the following areas:
- Tracing the Impact of Legal Education in Australia: The Nexus Between Legal Scholarship and Criminal Law and Practice
- Restorative justice, diversion, and cyber-sexual offending by young people
- The Paris Climate Agreement: Justice and Effectiveness
- Legal and Ethical Issues in Clinical Trial Governance
- Fisheries Law and Governance
- Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Governance
- What Drives Lawyer Behaviour in Dispute Settlement?
- Has Diversity Within the Legal Profession Changed the Character of Legal Knowledge?
- Science, International Law and the Global Commons: How Can we Make Scientific Rules More Effective in International Law?
- Putting the Trust into Land Administration via the Blockchain – Hyperbole or Hope?
- Relationships with Clients in Tasmanian Legal Service Delivery
- Case Management Practices in Tasmanian Civil Litigation
- Climate-Adaptive Law for Marine and Coastal Biodiversity and Resource Conservation