HDR scholarship rounds are held twice per year
- Closing date - 31 March 2020
- Closing date - 30 September 2020
Ensure you visit the new Assessment for Scholarship Applications Framework to assist with your application
Apply for a Bond University Higher Degree Scholarship
Bond University values its higher degree research student cohort and provides a substantial level of direct financial support to many students. Bond University allocates funds to support the financial costs of fee offset (waiver) and living stipends.
There are two key overarching principles for determining the distribution of scholarships among applicants. First, scholarships are to be awarded through a competitive merit-based process. Second, scholarship applicants are to be treated equitably and fairly, regardless of their research discipline, and regardless of the source of their scholarship funding.
Bond University has a merit-based approach to determining which students are eligible for a scholarship. A scholarship will only be offered to students who possess excellent academic merit and research potential. Being provided an offer of entry into the PhD program does not guarantee that a student will receive a scholarship
The University places a focus on commencing full time on campus Doctoral students only for living stipend scholarships. Masters students are not eligible to apply for HDR Scholarships.
- The 2021 full-time stipend rate will be $28,092.00 per annum (indexed annually)
Before you apply for a PhD scholarship
Steps 1 and 2 below must be completed prior to lodging your scholarship application.
Step 3 can take up to 4-6 weeks to complete - ensure you allow sufficient time before the scholarship round closure date
- Step 1 - Expression of interest (EOI) to Faculty
- Step 2 - Apply for Admission to Bond University
- Step 3 - Apply for Scholarship
Steps 1 - 3
Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship Policy
This Policy fulfils the requirements of the Commonwealth Scholarship Guidelines (Research) 2017 regarding the allocation of Research Training Program funds.