-Candidates may come from a range of academic disciplines, provided their research focuses on sustainability.
-All applicants, domestic or international, must meet the University’s enrolment criteria for the doctoral programme.
-A Fellowship may only be taken up by a candidate who enrols, or is enrolled, in an approved programme of full-time doctoral study.
-Candidates employed on a permanent or full-time basis by the University of Waikato, will not normally be eligible for the Fellowship.
Scholarship Open for International Students: This is scholarship is open for International Students.
Scholarship Description: New Zealand-born Zena Daysh was the founder and Chair of the Commonwealth Human Ecology Council (CHEC). It was in recognition of this fine work and many other accomplishments that the University of Waikato conferred an honorary doctorate on Zena Daysh, in London, in 2009. Dr Daysh was a long-time advocate for sustainability; the term she used was human ecology. When Dr Zena Daysh passed away in 2011, a generous bequest was made from her estate to fund this Fellowship in sustainability research.
Objective of Fellowship:The Dr Zena Daysh Doctoral Fellowship in Sustainability provides funds for students to undertake research in the field of sustainability towards a doctoral degree at the University of Waikato .
Tenure of awards offered:The total term of the Fellowship will not normally exceed three years of full-time doctoral enrolment.
Fecha cierre de convocatoria: 30 noviembre 2012