An exciting opportunity has opened up to contribute to an emerging area of racism scholarship in Aotearoa New Zealand. Applications are now invited from suitably qualified candidates to undertake a full-funded PhD in the topic area: ‘Inter-ethnic racisms and ethnic minority communities in Aotearoa New Zealand’.
The scholarship is offered as part of a five-year MBIE-Endeavour funded research project called Working to End Racism (WERO) in Aotearoa New Zealand, based at the University of Waikato.
The PhD supervised by Assoc. Professor Rachel Simon-Kaur, will be undertaken at the School of Population Health, The Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences at the University of Auckland.
The Scholarship is valued at NZ$28,000.00 per year plus approx. $7,500.00 towards compulsory
domestic fees for three years. This scholarship is available to New Zealand citizens, permanent
resident holders, residence visa holders and qualified candidates of all nationalities and visa statuses who are currently resident in New Zealand.
Read/download the criteria to learn more. Students eligible to enrol must express their interest in the project by 15 October 2021.