Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre - Curtin University
Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre Special PhD Scholarships –
2015 round now open
The Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre 2015 PhD Scholarship round is now open. Preliminary applications are invited from qualified applicants wishing to enrol in a full-time PhD in the field of economic and social research, including but not restricted to quantitative modelling, economic and social policy, applied econometrics, public policy and economic research.
The International WaterCentre will be offering a partial scholarship (valued at $7,000 for the full Masters program or $2,000 for the Graduate Certificate) to each self-funded student who enrols in a postgraduate degree commencing in Semester 1, 2015.
Self-funded students are students who do not receive any full-tuition scholarship or full-tuition funding from their employer. Note: students who receive a loan (eg. FEE-HELP) or partial funding from their employer remain eligible for a partial scholarship.
PHAIWA invites you to attend 'Advocacy in Action', to be delivered in Perth, Western Australian from Monday October 13 to Friday October 17. The course will provide 4.5 days of intense advocacy related learning including a combination of lectures, practical case studies and discussions. An impressive line-up of speakers have been confirmed, including:
Tools & Skills for Policy Practitioners workshop Brisbane July 22-23. Understand and navigate the world of policy development with policy experts Peter Bridgman (Australian Policy Handbook - now 5th edition) and Nonie Malone. Apply learnings to your own situation and aspirations.
Suitable for all practitioners in government (Cwth, state/territory and local), peak bodies, and non-government service delivery organisations.
You can see all feedback from previous participants on our website. Book now.
Project and Program Management workshop Brisbane July 28-29 (also October). Learn the practical application of project management tools and methodologies to deliver better policy and program outcomes from project management expert, Ray Shatte and policy development experts Peter Bridgman (Australian Policy Handbood - now 5th edition) and Nonie Malone. High value days - option to bring your own projects/programs to work on in the workshop and take back to the workplace mosly completed.