The University of Newcastle Australia is delighted to announce the availability of the university and Commonwealth government scholarships for Research Masters & PhD degree for international students. Hurry now and apply!!!
Full-time research students are eligible to apply for University and Commonwealth Government scholarships, which are awarded during one main round offer. They provide a living allowance so you can commit to full-time study.
Apparently, there is more than enough benefit you stand to gain from this scholarship as an applicant. However, read through to know the eligibility requirements.
Historically over 90% of international students hold a scholarship from UON or a sponsor.
Type: Masters, PhD
To be taken at (country): University of Newcastle, Australia
Value of Scholarship: A scholarship funded by the University of Newcastle or the Commonwealth Government provides:
- An annual living allowance $26, 682 per annum (2017 rate – indexed annually)
The scholarship may also include:
- A relocation allowance (up to $1,500)
- A full tuition fee scholarship
- Overseas student health cover (OSHC) (international students and their dependents)
Eligible Countries: International
Eligibility: To be eligible for scholarship candidate must:
- A written statement of support from a UON supervisor
- Have satisfied the English proficiency requirement (IELTS of at least 6.5, 7.0 in some disciplines)
- met admission eligibility criteria
- Be no more than two full-time equivalent years into their PhD (or one year for Masters) at the scholarship closing date in which you are applying.
Successful international scholarship candidates usually also have:
- A master degree with a strong research component
- International peer-reviewed research publication or research experience
How to Apply
- Currently, enrolled candidates can apply for a scholarship by contacting researchscholarships[@]newcastle.edu.au
- New applicants can apply for a scholarship at the same time as applying for admission.
Application Deadline: 16th February 2020
Important Notes: ensure you attach the following documents to support your scholarship application:
- Copies of research publications, exhibitions or conference papers
- Curriculum Vitae
- Details of previous research experience e.g. research work experience/study
- Any additional documents that may add to your scholarship application e.g. evidence of the award of a University Medal
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