Department of Management and Marketing Journal Publication Scholarship
This scholarship is designed to support Department of Management & Marketing research higher degree (RHD) candidates during the preparation of journal articles or books based on the thesis submitted for their RHD. Conditions of the scholarship are determined by the Department of Management & Marketing as part of its research training program.
Applications are currently closed
How to apply
Full benefit details
Australian / domestic student
up to $5,000
Applicable study areas
Commerce, economics and management
Number of scholarships awarded
What are the benefits?
- The awardee will receive a maximum of $5,000 provided the preparation of texts or articles requires support for a period of two months.
- Payment will be made in three instalments. The first instalment of $2,500 will be effected from the day on which the award is accepted by the awardee. The awardee, in consultation with their supervisor, must provide a starting date when accepting the award. By accepting the first instalment the awardee also agrees to work for a minimum of one month.
- The second instalment of $1,500 will be authorised only on receipt of a progress report indicating that a substantial portion of the second month is required for preparation/completion of the manuscripts. By accepting the second instalment, the awardee also agrees to work for the full period of the second month. (The progress report must be endorsed by the supervisor and head of department.)
- The final payment of $1,000 will be received within the two months upon proof of submission to journal / publisher.
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