PhD scholarship in Income inequality and mental health in low- and middle-income countries

RTP Stipend Scholarship (RSS) - domestic applicants only

In this project, we aim to analyse mechanisms through which income inequality may affect mental health, focusing on selected low- and middle-income countries that have experienced high income inequality in the last decade. 

$33,826 per annum pro rata (full-time study) for 3.5 years

Applications are now open.


One (1) scholarship available

You need to meet RMIT's entry requirements for PhD. This domestic scholarship will be awarded on the basis of a competitive selection process that ranks applicants according to their academic achievement, research outputs and relevant professional experience.

Applicants are advised to contact Ankita Mishra

 Ankita Mishra

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