LINGUIST List 7.1537

Wed Oct 30 1996

FYI: Scholarship in Computational Linguistics(U. of Melbourne)

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  1. Dominique Estival, Scholarship in Computational Linguistics

Message 1: Scholarship in Computational Linguistics

Date: Thu, 31 Oct 1996 11:15:47 +1000
From: Dominique Estival <>
Subject: Scholarship in Computational Linguistics
University of Melbourne
Melbourne Research Scholarship

The Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics is calling
for applications for one the new Faculty of Arts "Melbourne Research
Scholarships (Faculty Based)" for study at postgraduate level.

This scholarship is specifically targeted for award in the area of
Computational Linguistics.

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Students intending to undertake, or who are currently enrolled for, a
Masters by Research degree or a Ph.D. may apply. The degree must have
a research (thesis) component of 66% for an applicant to be considered
for a scholarship. The awards are available for up to two years for a
Masters by Research degree or up to three and a half year for a Ph.D.

The scholarship will to be awarded on the basis of academic merit and
evidence of high research potential. It is also available to overseas
students, provided they meet the University of Melbourne English Language
requirements. Applicants will normally require a first class honours
degree or equivalent. Work experience, professional and other relevant
qualifications; publications; and other evidence of outstanding creativity
in the area of proposed research will also be considered.

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The scholarship will be available as of 1997. The current stipend is

Closing Date
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Applications should be lodged as soon as possible, before 12/12/96.

Further Information
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Further information and application forms are available from
 Catherine Scoutas
 Faculty of Arts, Postgraduate Office
 Room 135 Old Arts Building
 University of Melbourne
 Parkville VIC 3052
 (+61) 3 9344 5321

Dominique Estival
Dept of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics
University of Melbourne
Parkville Vic 3052
tel: +61-3-9344-4227
fax: +61-3-9349-4326
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