CEVAW PhD Scholarship 2024 at Macquarie University

Are you passionate about Indigenous studies and keen on tackling gender-based violence? Macquarie University offers an incredible opportunity through the CEVAW PhD scholarship 2024. This scholarship supports anti-colonial research as part of the Indigenous workstreams of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (CEVAW).

So if you are interested to win this CEVAW scholarship then here’s everything you need to know about this prestigious scholarship.


CEVAW is the world’s first centre dedicated to addressing all forms of violence against women in Australia and the Indo-Pacific region. Led by Distinguished Professor Bronwyn Carlson in the Department of Critical Indigenous Studies, CEVAW focuses on:

  • Examining the structural drivers of violence against women (VAW).
  • Pioneering new, evidence-based approaches to influence practice and policy.

CEVAW’s interdisciplinary research is data-driven, Indigenous-centred, and co-designed with partners. With nearly $50 million in investment, CEVAW aims to make a global impact by developing scalable approaches to eliminate VAW across legal, security, economic, health, and political systems.

Benefits of the CEVAW PhD Scholarship

As a CEVAW PhD scholar, you will enjoy numerous benefits, including:

  • Generous Stipend: Up to $47,000 per annum (2024 rate) for Indigenous students, and $35,000 per annum for other students.
  • Tuition Fee Offset: Covering all tuition fees for the duration of the program.
  • Unique Supervision and Mentoring: Guidance from CEVAW’s Chief Investigators from various Australian universities.
  • Networking Opportunities: Access to a broad network of academia and industry partners, both nationally and internationally.
  • Research Impact: Contributing to transformative research that addresses and seeks to eliminate violence against women.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for the CEVAW PhD scholarship, you must:

    • Be a domestic student (citizen or permanent resident of Australia or New Zealand).
    • Be eligible for direct entry into a three-year PhD program at Macquarie University.
    • Demonstrate a strong interest in Indigenous studies and gender-based violence.

Application Process

To apply for the CEVAW PhD scholarship, follow these steps:

  1. Prepare Your Documents: Gather all necessary documents, including academic transcripts, research proposal, and letters of recommendation.
  2. Contact Dr. Tamika Worrell: For support and guidance on your application, reach out to Dr. Tamika Worrell, Director of Research Training in the Department of Critical Indigenous Studies, at [email protected].
  3. Submit Your Application:

Application Deadline: 31 October 2024 at 11 pm.

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