National Security College PhD information evening

Crawford School of Public Policy | National Security College

Event details


Date & time

Tuesday 28 August 2018


Canberry /Springbank Room, Level 1, JG Crawford Building 132, Lennox Crossing, ANU


Academic representatives, National Security College, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU


Farnaz Salehzadeh
02 6125 6131

The National Security College (NSC) PhD information evening is an opportunity for aspiring PhD candidates to meet and hear from College researchers, including the Academic Director, Associate Professor Matthew Sussex, and current doctoral scholars. The NSC’s PhD Program Convenor, Dr Jennifer Hunt will be available to advise you on the application process, potential research topics and opportunities.

The National Security College is seeking highly motivated graduates to undertake doctoral studies in fields such as:

• Australia’s foreign and security policy

• Australia-China relations

• Crisis management

• Critical security studies

• Cyber security

• Energy security

• Ethics and norms in security

• Ethics of cybersecurity and emerging technology

• Foreign policy decision-making

• International alliances

• International security

• Middle East security

• Nuclear weapons and proliferation

• Propaganda and information war

• Security in the Indo-Pacific

• US national security and the alliance

To be eligible for admission to the NSC PhD program, applicants need to meet minimum academic requirements. To review these requirements and gather general information about PhD studies, please visit our website.

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