Fully Funded Study in Australia: University of Melbourne Graduate Research Scholarships for International Students 2019
Looking for a scholarship to support your graduate research? Applications are open for the Graduate Research Scholarships for high-achieving students organized by the University of Melbourne in Australia.
These scholarships are open for Australian/domestic student and International student to pursuing the graduate research degree program at the university. Approximately 600 scholarships will be awarded in all subject areas that will provide 100% fee remission and up to $110,000.
- Deadline: October 31, 2019
- Course Level: These scholarships are open for the graduate research degree program
- Scholarship Award: 100% fee remission and up to $110,000
- Numbers of Award: Approximately 600
- Nationality: Australian/domestic student and International student
- These scholarships are open for a graduate research degree program in all study areas
- Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible for this scholarship, you need to:
- have applied for and meet the entry requirements for a graduate research degree at the University of Melbourne, or
- currently under enrollment for a research degree at the University of Melbourne
How to Apply:
To participate in this scholarship, applicants must submit an online application form through the given link: https://unimelb_admissions_scholarships.formstack.com/forms/graduate_research_scholarships_application
- If you are a new student and have applied for a research course by the application closing date for that course, you will be automatically considered for the Graduate Research Scholarships. You will receive a notification that a scholarship application has been added to your record within seven days of having submitted your course application.
- Stipend and fee offset scholarships
- Full fee offset for up to two years for students undertaking a Masters by Research degree or up to four years for students undertaking a doctoral degree.
- Living allowance of $30,600 per year pro rata (2019 full-time study rate) for up to two years for students undertaking a Masters by Research degree or up to 3.5 years for students undertaking a doctoral degree.