Library fellowships

From January 2014 the Australian Centre on China in the World will be offering up to five Library Fellowships per year to PhD students enrolled at Australian and New Zealand universities, with the purpose of enabling them to access the library resources on China at ANU and the National Library of Australia.

Benefits of Fellowship

  • Return airfare to Canberra
  • Two weeks accommodation on or near campus
  • Visitor access to library resources at ANU and the National Library of Australia, which together form the largest holdings and greatest access to e-materials on China in Australia
  • Desk and computer access within CIW building
  • The opportunity to meet CIW and other ANU PhD students and research staff

Note: transfers to and from airports, meals and incidentals are not covered.

Obligation of Fellow to CIW

  • Provide a one page report on the Fellowship at the conclusion of the two weeks, including its value to your research, and how the experience can be improved for future Fellows.
  • Provide appropriate acknowledgment of CIW in the thesis and in any subsequent publications based on the library research.

Please note: The two weeks of the Fellowships are designed to be used for library research. If a recipient takes the opportunity presented by the airfare to attend a workshop or conference in Canberra around the time of the Fellowship, they will be expected to cover their accommodation costs for those days from other funding.

Submit a Library Fellowship application

Please submit an application to apply for a visiting scholar status in ANU.
Your current association, please enter your current employer if you are associated with an university.
Please provide details of your current research
Please provide the information of how you will benefit from this fellowship in Canberra for two weeks.
Files must be less than 1 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.
Please provide a supporting letter from your supervisor or other relevant thesis panel member
Files must be less than 800 KB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.

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