With the goal of attracting an outstanding student with research qualification, Australian National University is delighted to offer the K.T Tan Doctoral scholarship. This call is open to both overseas and Australian candidates. If you want to pursue your PhD studies in Vision Sciences then the K.T Tan Doctoral scholarship at Australian National University might be just for you!
The Australian National University was established in 1946. It is a world-leading higher educational institution situated in Australiaâ€™s capital city. The University is particularly famous for having the best arts and social sciences programs. It is also ranked among the best higher educational institutions across the globe. At the Australian National University, students will be able to study a broad range of disciplines. The University has also pioneered a wide array of flexible degree options which put students in charge of their own education, thus assuring that they can develop the expertise and skills they need for their future career.
This year, the University wishes to attract a doctoral student of high calibre as well as research expertise and qualification. The K.T Tan Doctoral scholarship at Australian National University is open to pursue PhD research at the JCSMR (John Curtin School of Medical Research). Qualified student will also have the opportunity to simultaneously develop their entrepreneurial skills for engagement with industry. This call is available to pursue research in Vision Sciences or related field.
The K.T Tan PhD scholarship will provide the future successful candidate with a stipend. The scholarship is worth $ 27,596 annually (for the 2019 value). The award will be paid on a fortnight basis and is tenable for three years. There will also be allowances for thesis reimbursement along with paid maternity, medical and paternity leave.
Overseas recipient will also be considered for a HDR Fee Remission Merit award. It will be tenable to cover the International Student Fees for the standard amount of time of the Higher Degree Research program. It will depend on whether or not the recipient is ranked as competitive in a merit-based selection process.
In order to be fully entitled to this call, interested applicants must:
- Be an overseas or domestic student
- Be enrolling as a full time PhD student in the area of AMD research and will be conducting their studies/research at the Australian National Universityâ€™s John Curtin School of Medical Research
- Have obtained an Australian Bachelor Honours degree as well as research publications and/or related experience
Should you be interested in applying for the K.T Tan Doctoral scholarship at Australian National University, you might like to know that you do not need to lodge a separate application for this call. All candidates will automatically be considered based on them meeting entry requirements or conditions as stipulated within the Eligibility section.
Note that the latest you can apply for admission is on May 31, 2019.
Should you need further information regarding this award scheme, please refer to the JCSMR Student Administrator (Tara Butler) and include a current CV.
More information is available here.