Bond University is committed to providing a high-level HDR experience to ensure success in students’ research and research training. The provision of appropriate financial support is an important part of the research training environment. The University allocates funds to support the financial costs of fee offset (waiver) and living stipends. A limited number of scholarships are available to domestic and overseas doctoral students who wish to continue their education through a PhD program.
Moreover, The RTP scholarship is an award the university gives through a competitive application process. The University HDR Scholarships Committee meets biannually to award fee waivers and living stipends based on a merit-based selection process. Further, Students cannot apply if they are receiving an equivalent award or scholarship from the Commonwealth designed to offset HDR fees.
Additionally, The University is Australia’s first private not-for-profit university and is located in Robina, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. All students have access to academic and technological resources on Bond’s world-class Gold Coast campus. Similarly, Students have open access to industry leaders, corporate high-flyers and notable achievers, who actively participate in Bond’s guest-speaker programs.
Furthermore, Bond offers a broad range of internationally recognized undergraduate degrees across its faculties of Health Sciences and Medicine, Society and Design, Business and Law. Further, Bond has a close-knit community, low student-to-staff ratio enabling small class sizes and state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities and infrastructure. Also, These are just a few reasons to study at Bond.
The successful applicants of theUniversity- Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) in Australia, 2019 will receive:
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