Fully funded Scholarship at the University of Melbourne, Australia has launched the application for 600 Graduate Research Scholarship. The University of Melbourne community offers a wide range of scholarships. Melbourne University is a public university of research, located in Melbourne, Australia. It includes ten separate academic units and is linked to numerous institutes and research centers. According to the World Universities Academic Ranking, the University ranks first in Australia and 38th in the world.
The Graduate Research Scholarships is available to high-achieving students undertaking graduate research at the University of Melbourne. These scholarships are open for Australian/domestic students and International students to pursuing the graduate research degree program at the university. Approximately 600 financial aid positions will be awarded in all subject areas that will provide 100% fee remission and up to $110,000.
Stipend and fee offset scholarships
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.
To be eligible for this scholarship, you need to:
All domestic students who are offered admission to a Masters by Research or doctoral degree (PhD) at the University of Melbourne will receive a Research Training Program Scholarship (Fee Offset).
Graduate Research Scholarships that provide a stipend, as well as fee offset, are awarded to domestic and international students based on academic merit. Eligible applicants are scored and ranked according to their academic achievement of their last completed degree and their research potential in their field of study. Factors such as completion of a degree at the same level of the research course for which the scholarship is sought, relevant professional experience, refereed publications, specialist medical qualifications or composition of original music may be taken into consideration.
|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Open to||All Nationalities|
|Organizer||University of Melbourne|