The Saudi Cultural Mission in Canberra with the support from the Saudi Students Club in Sydney are pleased to organise the 3rd Saudi Scientific Symposium on 18 August 2018. The Symposium theme for this year is ‘Aligning Research with Job Market Expectations‘, aims to develop the research of postgraduate candidate’s through networking opportunities with other researchers in the areas of Medical sciences, Engineering, Computer and Applied Social Sciences, and Humanities. This Symposium will explore the research of early career researchers and their contemporary implications in the sphere of medicine and health, engineering and computer science and in humanities, as well as their cultural expressions in literature.
All proposals will be assessed on the grounds of relevance to the Symposium, the quality of the proposal, and the academic track record of the candidate. This opportunity is available to all early career researchers currently associated with an Australian university.
Successful applicants must assist in the installation of their presentations and be available to attend the Symposium to answer questions from delegates during their scheduled presentation in the program. Applicants will be offered complementary registration to attend the Symposium and will participate in a broad range of communication activities to promote their research. All applicants are expected to cover all other expenses including travel and accommodation.
[box type=”success” align=”alignleft” class=”” width=””]Financial prizes will also be awarded to the best three researches (FIRST winner $2000; SECOND winner $1500; THIRD winner $500) in each of the above three fields, i.e. three winners for each field. The prize amount will be dedicated to the winner’s academic department, in order to sponsor the winner’s future research endeavours. [/box]
This event is open to research candidates, and will bring together a large cross-section of academic fellows, scholars, early career researchers and numbers of the broad community, especially those working in education, policy, and community development. For registration please click here. Applications close at AEST 4.30 pm on Friday 20 July 2018.
Individuals and groups are welcome to apply.
For further information, please click here.
Date, Time and Venue
Time: 9 am – 5 pm
Venue: New Law Building, the University of Sydney
We are very grateful to the following for their generous sponsorship and the support of this year’s Symposium:
• Saudi Students Club in Sydney
• The University Of Sydney
• The UAE Cultural Office
• Kuwait Cultural Office
• Western Edge Study Transition
• KD International
• The Consulate General of the Sultanate of Oman
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