Research Scholarships

Externally Funded Postgraduate Scholarships

Scheme Name:  NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarships

Background:  The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Postgraduate Scholarships scheme funds successful applicants to attain a research based postgraduate degree (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or a Masters Degree).  It aims to support these outstanding health and medical graduates early in their career so they can be trained to conduct research that is internationally competitive and develop a capacity for original independent research within Australia.

Information for the scheme can be found here: https://www.nhmrc.gov.au/grants-funding/apply-funding/postgraduate-scholarships

Opening date:

12 April 2017

Research Services closing date:

24 May 2017 [due to funder 07 June 2017]

Means of submission

via Bond Research Services preaward@bond.edu.au and must be accompanied by a signed coversheet which can be downloaded by accessing this hyperlink Research Funding Grant or Consultancy Application Coversheet

Scheme and description

Types of Postgraduate Scholarships:

  • Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Health Research
  • Medical/Dental Research Postgraduate
  • Dora Lush Biomedical Research Postgraduate
  • Public Health and Health Services Research Postgraduate.

Categories or level of funding

Refer to each scholarship award to determine the actual rate.  As a guide, rates are one of:

  • Standard Stipend

$26,289

  • Priority Stipend

$33,884

  • Medical/Dental Stipend

$39,142

  • Gustav Nossal Stipend

$43,817

Eligibility

*Each scholarship has additional eligibility criteria that you need to meet before you can submit an application.

 

September 2017 Scholarship Round now open

Bond University is committed to providing a high level HDR experience to ensure success in students’ research and research training.

The provision of appropriate financial support is an important part of the research training environment. Bond University allocates funds to support the financial costs of fee offset (waiver) and living stipends. The University places a focus on commencing Doctoral students for all living stipend scholarships.

The 2017 full-time stipend rate will be  $26,682.00 p.a. (indexed annually)

Provider:  Australian Commonwealth Government and Bond University

Background: The Research Training Program (RTP) stipends are provided to support the general living costs of both domestic and overseas students undertaking Research Doctorate degrees.

Opening date:

Now open for September 2017 Scholarship Round

Closing date:

5pm EST on 30 September 2017

Late or incomplete Scholarship applications received after 30 September 2017 will not be considered.

Scheme details:

Scheme and description

A limited number of scholarships are available to domestic and overseas students who wish to continue their education through a Higher Degree Research (HDR) PhD program.

The RTP scholarship is awarded through a competitive application processes. Bond University HDR Scholarships Committee meets biannually to award fee waivers and living stipends based on a merit based selection process

Students cannot apply if they are receiving an equivalent award or scholarship from the Commonwealth designed to offset HDR fees.

Eligibility

The scholarship application process is open to domestic and overseas HDR students who are studying, or intend on studying, a PhD Doctorate by Research at Bond University.

All applicants must hold a valid Letter of Offer for enrolment in a HDR program, issued by Bond University, prior to applying for this award

In order to apply for an HDR program, students must meet the HDR academic entry requirements of Bond University, as well as satisfy visa, residency and English proficiency requirements. Refer to Information for applicants and How to apply Steps 1-4 below

Applicants who have previously applied for a BUPRS Scholarship, and were unsuccessful, are not eligible to re-apply.

Means of submission

Scholarship application process

Step 1 - Expression of Interest Your first step is to lodge a HDR Expression of Interest.  Once your Expression of Interest has been accepted, you will be required to make an application for admission to a HDR Doctoral program through the relevant Faculty.

Step 2 - Find a Supervisor To start this process, click on the Find a Supervisor button.

Step 3 - Admission to Bond University To start this process, click on the Apply for admission button.

Step 4 - Apply for a Scholarship Once your application for admission has been approved, and you have received your Letter of Offer, you may then apply for a scholarship through the Apply for Scholarship button.

Applicants must complete the on line Application Form
For further information please email the Research Scholarships Officer.

Provider: Bond University

Opening date:

Now open for September 2017 Scholarship Round

Closing date:

5pm EST  30 September 2017

Late or incomplete Scholarship applications received after 30 September, 2017 will not be considered.

Scheme details:

Scheme and description

A limited number of scholarships are available to domestic and overseas students who wish to continue their education through a Higher Degree Research (HDR) PhD program.

The BUPRS scholarship is awarded through a competitive application processes. Bond University HDR Scholarships Committee meets biannually to award fee waivers and living stipends based on a merit based selection process

Students cannot apply if they are receiving an equivalent award or scholarship from the Commonwealth designed to offset HDR fees.

Eligibility

The scholarship application process is open to HDR students who are studying, or intend on studying, a PhD Doctorate by Research at Bond University.

All applicants must hold a valid Letter of Offer for enrolment in a HDR program, issued by Bond University, prior to applying for this award

In order to apply for an HDR program, students must meet the HDR academic entry requirements of Bond University, as well as satisfy visa, residency and English proficiency requirements. Refer to Information for applicants and How to apply Steps 1-4 below

Applicants who have previously applied for a BUPRS Scholarship, and were unsuccessful, are not eligible to re-apply.

Means of submission

Scholarship application process

Step 1 - Expression of Interest Your first step is to lodge a HDR Expression of Interest.  Once your Expression of Interest has been accepted, you will be required to make an application for admission to a HDR Doctoral program through the relevant Faculty.

Step 2 - Find a Supervisor To start this process, click on the Find a Supervisor button.

Step 3 - Admission to Bond University To start this process, click on the Apply for admission button.

Step 4 - Apply for a Scholarship Once your application for admission has been approved, and you have received your Letter of Offer, you may then apply for a scholarship through the Apply for Scholarship button.

Applicants must apply through the on line Application Form
For further information please email the Research Scholarships Officer.

Steps 1 - 3 of the Application process must be completed prior to lodging your Scholarship application.

These 3 steps may take up to 4 weeks to complete - ensure that you allow for this time before the Scholarship application closure date of 30 September 2017.

If you have previously applied for a scholarship at Bond University, and were unsuccessful, you are not eligible to re-apply.

Late or incomplete Scholarship applications received after 30 September 2017 will not be considered in this Round.

Expression of interest

Your first step is to lodge a HDR Expression of Interest.  

Once your Expression of Interest has been accepted, you will be required to make an application for admission to a HDR Doctoral program through the relevant Faculty.

Find a supervisor

To start this process

Find a Supervisor

Apply for admission

In order to apply for an HDR program, students must meet the required academic entry requirements, as well as satisfy visa, residency and English proficiency requirements.

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Apply for a scholarship

Once your application for admission has been approved, and you have received your Letter of Offer, you may then apply for a scholarship.

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