B40CRC PhD Scholarships – Round 2 open!
A total of 22 Scholarships are available (Full and Top-up) across our three University Partners.Read more, Apply by 28 Feb 22
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The building sector is the largest employer of Australians with more than 1.4 million jobs, and the training of 50,000 apprentices each year*, and is of vital importance to the nation’s social and economic prosperity.
Our Education & Training strategy addresses current skill shortages, demographic change from a retiring workforce, and new skills demanded by this digital age, preparing for and leading sector-wide change.
Our industry-led programs will forge strong partnerships between VET, universities and industry partners, delivering the next generation of highly-skilled and innovative building professionals and transforming the culture of construction together.
We will soon be commencing the graduate education programs with our university partners, and the skills and training initiatives with our VET partner, Holmesglen Institute.
What education & training opportunities will Building 4.0 CRC deliver?
The CRC will deliver:
We’re excited to announce that the second round of Building 4.0 CRC PhD Scholarships is now open!
Our PhD Scholarships are a unique opportunity to work within a leading initiative set to transform the building and construction industry.
We have a total of 22 Scholarships available, consisting of full and top-up. Opportunities are available across our three University Partners: The University of Melbourne, QUT, and within the Faculties of Art, Design and Architecture, Business and Economics, Engineering, Information Technology, and Law at Monash University.
Successful applicants will be matched by the CRC to our projects, where they will undertake work alongside our respective research experts at one of the University Partners.
The below links provide further information on what is being offered, and the application process:
Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture (MADA): Click here for more information
Faculty of Business and Economics*: Click here for more information
* As part of this scholarship round, the Faculty of Business and Economics is also offering a PhD research degree in the CRC’s research project, New Technologies, the Future of Work, Skills and Industrial Relations (IR). There is 1 x 3-year Full Scholarship available (with a potential 6-month extension). The closing date for applications has been extended to Monday 31 January 2022. Click here for more information, and to apply.
Faculty of Engineering: Click here for more information
Faculty of IT: Click here for more information
Faculty of Law: Click here for more information
University of Melbourne: Click here for more information
Queensland University of Technology: Click here for more information
Please carefully read and complete the PhD Scholarships Information Kit and submit as per directions within by Monday 28 February 2022.
Please direct any enquiries to PhDResearch@building40crc.org.