The Australian National University invites applications for the John James Memorial Foundation PhD Scholarship for Medical Research in the 2021/2022 academic session.
The John James Memorial Foundation PhD Scholarship for Medical Research provides a stipend and other benefits. It is normal for recipients to undertake a study on a full-time basis. However, in accordance with strict criteria, the scholarship can be awarded for part-time study. International scholars must undertake study on a full-time basis.
Worth of Award
- Travel and Removal allowances for students relocating to Canberra to commence their research program
- Thesis allowance
- Paid medical, maternity and paternity leave
- Bachelors degree with at least upper second-class honours, or a Masters degree with a research component or equivalent.
- first-class honours, or a research Masters degree from a recognised university; Australian and New Zealand Citizens;
- Permanent Resident of Australia and International students.
- Applicants must have submitted an Application for Admission to ANU.
How to Apply
- No application is required specifically for this scholarship as all eligible candidates will be considered.
- In order to be considered for this scholarship in the main round of scholarship offers International students are required to apply for admission by 31 August. Domestic students are required to apply for admission by 31 October. The College may consider offering this scholarship at any time of the year depending upon the availability of funds.
- It is strongly encouraged to make contact with the relevant Graduate Studies Convener or a prospective supervisor, prior to lodging an application for admission, to discuss the proposed research topic and related matters
Deadline: application for International Students close August 1, 2021.