Title of Programme: 2014 Deputy Vice-Chancellor Top-Up Scholarships at Queensland University in Australia
Host/Provider: Queensland University
Fields of Study: Scholarships are provided in the field of Business, Creative Industries, Education, Health, Law, Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI), Accident Research and Road Safety Queensland (CARRS-Q), Science and Engineering and Future Environments at Queensland University.
Level (Degree): Scholarships are available for pursuing postgraduate research degree level at Queensland University.
Target Applicants: Australian and International Students can apply for these scholarships.
Eligibility/Requirements: Applicant must:
-have Honours First Class (or equivalent)
-be completing your PhD or professional doctorate
-be ranked in the top 20 APA recipients in the annual scholarship round (excluding Vice-Chancellor’s top-up recipients).
This scholarship is available for domestic and international students.
You can’t apply for top-up scholarships if you currently hold:
-Australian Postgraduate Award (APA)
-QUT Postgraduate Research Award (QUTPRA)
-QUT Masters Scholarship (QMS)
-QUT Strategic Masters (QSM)
-Owen J Wordsworth (OJW)
-Indigenous Postgraduate Research Award (IPRA)
-International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS)
-Research Capacity Building Award (RCBA)
-any scholarships sponsored by your home country or an external organisation.
If you’re not eligible for scholarships in the annual scholarship round, you may still be able to apply for scholarships offered by your faculty or institute, or externally funded scholarships.
How to Apply: The mode of applying is online. Future students apply for admission to QUT during the Annual Scholarship Round. Indicate on your application for admission that you wish to be considered for a scholarship. The annual scholarship round closes in October each year. Current research students apply during the Annual Scholarship Round via QUT Virtual.
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Official page: www.qut.edu.au/
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