The University of South Wales invites applications for the UNSW International Research Scholarships for Research Students in Australia for the 2022/23 academic year.

A choice to study at UNSW is a choice to enjoy the perfect balance between the theory of concepts and facilitating real-world applications.

Worth of Award

Three scholarships are available for this program and they include

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The Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship which provides

  • Payment of Tuition Fees of $28,854 provided for 3.5 years for a PhD and 2 years for a Masters by Research.

In a similar vein, the University International Postgraduate Award (UIPA) provides

  • Payment of Tuition Fees and an annual stipend of $28,854 provided for 3.5 years for a PhD and 2 years for a Masters by Research.

While the Tuition Fee Scholarship (TFS) plus a Research Stipend provides

  • Cost of Tuition Fees and an annual Stipend of minimum value $28,854 funded by Faculty, School or Supervisor and is provided for 3.5 years for a PhD, and 2 years for a Masters by Research.

Eligibility

  • All applicants, whether domestic or international, must provide evidence that their English language ability meets the minimum UNSW English Language Requirements
  • They must also complete the GTE & Financial Declaration Form and, if required, submit evidence of their capacity to fund all living costs, fees and other associated costs.

How to Apply

To apply for the above scholarships, applicants must provide the following documents:

  • Proof of English
  • Supervisor Contact or EOI
  • Source of Funding
  • Official Academic Transcripts
  • Current/Final semester results
  • Proof of Completion
  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • Visa/Passport
  • References

Equally include your Research Description:

Requirements of a research description (e.g., word-count and level of detail) differ between Faculties and their research degree types so your research description can include the following:

  • Title of your research project
  • Statement of the research problem and its significance
  • Outline of how you plan to address this problem
  • Details of any previous research and/or publications you’ve undertaken in your area of
    interest (if available)
  • No more than 3,000 words

Deadline: The next round of applications for the UNSW International Research Scholarships close September 30, midnight Australian time.

 

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