A scholarship for future research students who want to study a Master of Philosophy (Accountancy).
This is a merit-based scholarship for future research students who want to study a Master of Philosophy (Accountancy). You must be applying for entry to the Master of Philosophy (Accountancy), have a grade point average (GPA) of 6 or above in your previous completed studies, enrol as a full-time student, commence study in semester 1 each year and conduct your research on one of the approved topics: Accounting for infrastructure and cost benefit analysis in the assessment of major projects; Addressing the cash economy: evidence from foreign jurisdictions; Assurance in Not-for-profit organisations in Australia; Blockchain's application to infrastructure funding; Blockchain: Evolution or illusion? Blockchain technology and its implications in accounting; Diversity on corporate boards and indigenous participation; Faithful representation and the usefulness of financial information; From CSR sustainability integrated reporting rise non-financial performance measures; How do financial fraudsters describe their moral behaviour? The feasibility of universal basic income in Australia; Pet insurance and value; Private health insurance
|Amount|| $20,290 |
The scholarship provides $19,830 per year. International students receive a QUT fee waiver.
|Closing date||August 30, 2020|
|Student type||Australian and New Zealand|
|For Australian students|
|For international students|
|Level of study|| Postgraduate|
|Field of studys|| Business and management|