The new UNSW Scientia PhD scholarship scheme is now open for all students who wish to peruse their post doctorate degree program. There are around 127 scholarships opportunity to the qualified candidate and would wish to apply. The UNSW PhD scholarship scheme aims to attract candidates with great aspiration and move in field of research in the areas like environmental excellence global business mentoring career development leadership and community policing. The school of public health and community medicine (SPHCM) is a leading public health community in health management community medicine and health system strengthening. The university helps in accomplishing the missions of promoting health and preventing diseases and to try and straighten health systems and is at the forefront of research and education.
Applications Deadline: December 20th 2018
Course level: Scholarships are available for those only who wish to pursue PhD
Study subject: Scholarship are awarded in the field of public community health’s
Scholarship Award: This most prestigious scholarship includes
Tuition fees covered for the full 4 years period
A stipend of $ 40000 per annum for the four years
A support package of up to $1000 per annum for development activities International collaborations and other related activities
Coaching and mentoring forming a critical part of your highly personalized leadership development plan
Work on highly quality research projects with the best supervisory teams in the world class environment
Commence their candidature in either semester of 2019
Nationality: International student are eligible to Apply
Number of Scholarship: There are 127 scholarships available this current season
Scholarship to be taken in Australia
Eligibility for the scholarship:
Eligible countries: International student are eligible to apply
Entrance requirement: The Scientia scheme is a structured 4 year program and so candidates must commence in year 1 of the PhD. To be eligible for the Scholarship the Candidate must:
English language requirement: Applicants whose first language is not English are required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level as required by the university.
How to apply:
Once the supervisor has nominated their applicant the shortlisted applicant will be provided with an application form which must be completed with their supervisor as they wish to work.
All the applications should be made through the school website portal.
It should include all the project done in the MSc degree and their letter of recommendation with personal statement.