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  • Locations: Akita, Japan; Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei; Bandung, Indonesia; Bangkok, Thailand; Beijing, China; Chiang Mai, Thailand; Chiba, Japan; Fukuoka, Japan; Hangzhou, China; Hanoi, Vietnam; Harbin, China; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Hyderabad, India; Jakarta, Indonesia; Kanazawa, Japan; Kaohsiung, Taiwan; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Kyoto, Japan; Malang, Indonesia; Multiple locations, Japan; Mumbai, India; Nagoya, Japan; Nanjing, China; New Delhi, India; New Taipei, Taiwan; Northern Thailand, Thailand; Osaka, Japan; Pulau Pinang, Malaysia; Salatiga, Indonesia; Sapporo, Japan; Sendai, Japan; Seoul, South Korea; Shanghai, China; Singapore, Singapore; Taipei, Taiwan; Tokyo, Japan; Toyama, Japan; Tsukuba, Japan; Various, China; Yangon, Myanmar; Yogyakarta, Indonesia; Yokohama, Japan
  • Program Terms: Semester 1, Semester 2, Spring, Winter
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Dates / Deadlines:

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Program Description:

ANU College of Asia and the Pacific PhB Program:
Application for fieldwork, conferences, and funding

Osaka - Simon TennerPhoto credit: Simon Tenner

Although fieldwork certainly is not expected, much less required, of PhB students in the College of Asia and the Pacific, some students choose to undertake interviews or other forms of primary and/or in-country, field-based research, or to attend conferences overseas as part of their PhB program.

All travel undertaken for the CAP PhB program, whether for fieldwork or another purpose, such as participation in a conference or consultation with scholars outside Canberra, requires the approval of the student’s supervisor and the PhB convenor.
 
You should consult with your supervisor and PhB convenor early on about any conference or fieldwork you would like to undertake as part of your PhB program, and take into consideration approval times when planning your activity.


Ethics

All research involving human subjects (including online surveys and phone interviews) requires the approval of the University’s Human Research Ethics Committee and must comply with national guidelines, as enshrined in the National Health and Medical Research Council’s (NHMRC) National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Research Involving Humans (1999).

Please contact the Human Ethics Manager, ANU Ethics Office for additional information.
T: 02 6125 6782
E: human.ethics.officer@anu.edu.au
W: https://services.anu.edu.au/research-support/ethics-integrity


Funding

As part of the College of Asia and the Pacific's EngageAsia Travel Guarantee, students undertaking overseas travel to conduct fieldwork or attend conferences for their CAP PhB program may be eligible for a $500 travel grant to support their overseas activity. Students can undertake their overseas activities in a variety of destinations, across Asia and the rest of the world!


Eligibility

  • Must be currently enrolled in the College of Asia and the Pacific PhB Program
  • Must be in the first 3 years of your PhB Program (for information on the Honours Fieldwork and Funding application, see separate program brochure)
  • Must use this funding to contribute towards undertaking fieldwork, primary research or conference attendance outside Australia that is related to enrolment (or intended enrolment in the following session) in an ASC or ASE course
  • Must have obtained permission of both PhB supervisor and the CAP PhB Convenor to undertake the proposed overseas activity

Students should submit application for consideration 2-3 weeks in advance of proposed study.

For questions or more information: cap.student@anu.edu.au


 


This program is currently not accepting applications.