Scholarships

Australian Government Research Training (RTP) Domestic and International Stipend Scholarships - Opening Soon!

The Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship for Domestic and International applicants will open mid-August 2019 for 2020 admission.

Application forms and further information will become available closer to the date.

Alternatively funded scholarships available: 


Name of ScholarshipClosing Date

Contact

PhD Scholarship in Soil Microbiology - Southern Cross Plant Science

Title: Influence of root exudates on soil microbial diversity and soil function.

Value of Scholarship: 3.5 years at $30,000 per annum.

This project will be based at SCU’s campus in Lismore, NSW, Australia with significant time spend at NSW Department of Primary Industries, Wollongbar (15 minutes from SCU Lismore campus).

For further information please see PhD Scholarship in Soil Microbiology.

25 May 2019

 

Associate Professor Terry Rose. 

(terry.rose@scu.edu.au)  

Linkage Scholarships - Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) 

3-year PhD scholarship stipend at the current Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) base rate (AU$27,596 per annum in 2019 - indexed annually).

Successful contracted ARC Linkage project (LP19) round project where Southern Cross University is the lead.

For an overview of industry schemes/main funding sources where our industry partners can leverage from please see Overview of Industry Schemes

NB:  All Scholarship applications need to be assessed and approved by the DVC Research and the Dean, Graduate Studies.

 

Graduate School

hdrscholarships@scu.edu.au  

New Project Scholarships - Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) 

3-year PhD scholarship stipend at the current Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) base rate (AU$27,596 per annum in 2019 - indexed annually) for successful projects where the external funding amount to SCU (net) is a minimum of $150K total within 3 years.

(New contracted projects where net cash allocation to SCU is a minimum of $150K total within a 3-year timeframe.)

For an overview of industry schemes/main funding sources where our industry partners can leverage from please see Overview of Industry Schemes.

NB:  All Scholarships applications need to be assessed and approved by the DVC Research and the Dean, Graduate Studies.

 

Graduate School

hdrscholarships@scu.edu.au

 

Co-Funded Scholarships - Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) 

Co-funded 50% of a post-graduate Scholarship stipend (2 years for Masters or 3 years for PhD) at the current Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) base rate (AU$27,596 per annum in 2019 - indexed annually), where an external funding body on a Category  2 or Category 3 project co-funds 50% of the total scholarship stipend.

(New contracted project 50% co-funding from an external source on a Cat 2 or Cat 3 project Not applicable to Cat 1 or Cat 4 projects)

For an overview of industry schemes/main funding sources where our industry partners can leverage from please see Overview of Industry Schemes.

NB:  All Scholarships applications need to be assessed and approved by the DVC Research and the Dean, Graduate Studies.

 

Graduate School

hdrscholarships@scu.edu.au

 

 

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