Australian National University (ANU), Centre for Personalized Immunology is accepting applications from PhD candidates for a fully funded scholarship to research in the field of Autoimmune Diseases. ANU provides Elizabeth Greene Scholarship at John Curtin School of Medical Research to international students to study PhD in Australia. The scholarship will enable postgraduate students to undertake first class translational research at the Australian National Unversity.
ANU is one of the world’s leading research universities. Undergraduate, as well as Postgraduate students at ANU, can choose from many available course offerings. Moreover, the University also provides a number of scholarship schemes to study in Australia. Furthermore, ANU is among the best universities to provide Immunology Research PhD programs in Australia as well as all over the world. Hence, it attracts a large number of international students. With ANU PhD in Immunology Research Program, students can receive a wide range of benefits.
Eligible PhD students of ANU studying in Australia will receive the fully funded scholarship which includes a full tuition fee waiver. Further, the scholarship expands to providing a regular stipend to cover living allowance. Also, the stipend covers the thesis publication cost, which an applicant can claim at the ANU.
However, the scholarship doesn’t entail a visa for International Students. Nor does it provide expenses regarding tickets. Applicants must currently be a student at Australian National University PhD program in the respective faculty to receive this scholarship.
The award will be available to a prospective student who:
Australian National University provides this scholarship to international students on the basis of academic merit. However, the students must hold a place of the offer at the ANU PhD program in respective faculty. Moreover, students meeting the eligibility criteria are automatically considered for the Immunology Research Scholarship at ANU. You do not require to file a separate application for the scholarship.