The University of New South Wales is glad to offer up to 125 Scientia PhD Scholarships for 2018 round. The scholarship is available for international students pursuing PhD program in the field of Public Health at the university. Entries are accepted no later than 20 July 2018.
UNSW is now recruiting new PhD scholars of exceptional quality to work on research projects aligned with UNSW’s ten year strategy. These prestigious scholarships offer unique benefits, individualised support and guaranteed funding to reach your personal development goals. Candidates are matched with our best researchers who have demonstrated excellence in supervision, and will work in research areas aligned with UNSW’s strategic goals.
The winning students will receive benefits as follow:
- A stipend of $40,000 per annum for four years
- Tuition fees covered for the full 4 year period
- A support package of up to $10,000 per annum for the support of development activities, international collaboration and other related expenses
- Work on high quality research projects with the best supervisory teams in world class environments
- Coaching and mentoring will form a critical part of your highly personalised leadership development plan
- Commence their candidature in either semester of 2019
Level and Area of Studies
PhD Program in the field of Public Health.
Place of Study
At the UNSW in Australia.
Eligibility and Criteria
- Meet the UNSW admission requirements; and
- Meet residency requirements; and
- Not be enrolled in a PhD program either at UNSW or another institution at the time of application; and
- Be accepted for admission to a PhD at UNSW supervised by an approved supervisory team; and
- Be undertaking a PhD program commencing at the University in the year of the scholarship; and
- Be enrolled as a full-time candidate unless the University has approved a part-time award under section 3.5.
- Be located on a UNSW campus for a minimum of two years including the first year of the scholarship
International students are welcome to apply.
Once the application round opens, applicants must contact one of the approved supervisors and discuss whether that supervisor would support an application. Each supervisor can only shortlist a maximum of two applicants per research area.
20 July 2018.