This scholarship is generously provided by Tasmanian Walking Company to support a student to undertake their research thesis as part of the Master of Tourism, Environment and Cultural Heritage. Tasmanian Walking Company is a multi-award-winning Tasmanian business that operates guided tours with eco-lodge accommodation on the Overland Track, at the Bay of Fires and on the Three Capes Track.
Available to a student undertaking the research thesis component of the Master of Tourism, Environment and Cultural Heritage (A7T) in Semester 2, 2021. Students must be undertaking HGA712 Research Thesis on a topic that explores tourists' perceptions of the environment while on guided tours. Applications will be assessed on academic merit, capacity to deliver proposed project outcomes, practical applications and the worth of the proposed research project.
Up to one year
14 June 2021
Applicants should apply online and forward a copy of the referee's report to two referees. All potential Masters students should make contact with the Course Coordinator to discuss interests and options.
Closed. Successful applicant/s advised.