PhD scholarship in Business/Management

The scholarship will support an investigation of the nation branding process and internal stakeholders such as domestic businesses and citizens limits of the impacts on academia and practitioners. This will be investigated through using both qualitative and quantitative methods. Two supervisors will be assigned to oversee the work.

For Vietnam candidates 14 million VND. Scholarship duration is 3.5 years. Candidates are required to complete and pass three milestone evaluations at 12, 24 and 36 months before spending 6 months to submit a final thesis.

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Applicants require a GPA of 80/100

Completed master's degree (at least 25% research element), IELTS 6.5 qualification. Residence in Vietnam

Applications are open now.

Applications close 31 December 2024.

This scholarship will be governed by RMIT University's Research Scholarship Terms and Conditions.

Robert McClelland

This project will adopt a mixed-method design with interviews and quantitative surveys conducted with multiple stakeholders including Vietnamese businesses and citizens, academics and practitioners.  Therefore, abilities in quantitative and qualitative methods are strongly recommended.

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