The scholarship is available from 1 March 2020 and offers a non-taxable living allowance of $NZ 27,500 p.a. plus PhD tuition fees for 3 years. It is essential that the successful applicants have a strong background in chemistry, and have motivation and enthusiasm to undertake experimental work involving both wet chemistry, electrochemistry and spectroscopy. Applicants should have a BSc (Hons), MSc or equivalent degree in physical chemistry or chemical engineering.
Applicants should apply to Dr. Paula Brooksby at [email protected] or Dr Noel Duffy at [email protected] When applying please include a cover letter stating your research interests, a full Curriculum Vitae, your University transcript (i.e. list of grades), the contact details of two academic referees, and a statement of when you could begin your PhD research. We are also happy to answer any general enquiries you may have.