PhD Scholarship in Geotechnical Engineering available with The University of Western Australia

The University of Western Australia is accepting applications for a PhD scholarship in Geotechnical Engineering through an exciting tailings research project. For details on this project and how to apply, please view the position description and application requirements. Please note that this is not a position within the Australian Centre for Geomechanics.

Master’s Degree Students

Earn a Master’s degree from The University of Western Australia with site-based research with the Australian Centre for Geomechanics

The ACG, The University of Western Australia, is pleased to announce that we are making available three positions for part-time or full-time Masters by Research in Mining Geomechanics students.  These positions will be accessible for candidates working in mining geomechanics who wish to further their studies through practical site-focussed research under the guidance of our research staff.

The ACG is involved in several research projects and focussed site-based research topics within the broader research projects is possible. However, all viable site-based projects falling within the expertise of the ACG team can be accommodated.  Regular personal contact with supervisors will be required.

The ACG has an opening for one Masters Student per year for: 2018, 2019 and 2020. Students are to be self-funded or be funded by their employers.

There will be a strong emphasis on collaboration between the students and the ACG geomechanics research team.

The successful applicants will be awarded these positions based on their academic record, experience and interview.

We are looking for ambitious and competent applicants for this position. If you are thinking about postgraduate studies in mining geomechanics, the ACG has an excellent opportunity for you to consider.

To apply for the 2018 or 2019 positions, please contact josephine.ruddle@uwa.edu.au

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