Scholarships at University of Technology Sydney in Australia
The Graduate School of Health (GSH) currently has two domestic and two international Higher-Degree Research scholarships available for commencement in Spring 2017. The University of Technology Sydney is a public university in Sydney, Australia. The university was founded in its current form in 1988, although its origins trace back to the 1870s. It is part of the Australian Technology Network of universities.
The world-class research undertaken in the GSH strives to improve the quality of life, both locally and on a global scale. From basic science to clinical research, we facilitate the translation of evidence into practice.
The scholarship are available for the following subjects
- Clinical Psychology
Fees Offset Scholarship funded by the Australian Government. This covers the cost of your tuition fees valued for the year of an offer for up to the maximum period of time allowable to complete your study. In addition to the RTP Fees Offset Scholarship, the University makes an additional contribution in the form of enhanced developmental programs and facilities that contribute to the research degree program at the estimated value of $5,000 to $10,000 per annum.
Number of Scholarships: Two domestic and two international Higher-Degree Research scholarships available.
- A complete and official academic transcript showing the subjects studied, the marks obtained, including any fails and subsequent re-sits. Note: unofficial transcripts from institution websites will not be accepted;
- An explanation/ extract of the universities grading system
- If you have completed and been awarded the qualification you will need to provide proof of completion.
- If applicable, indicate the research component of the qualification. For example, if you undertook a research project of 12 credit points in a 48 credit point degree, your % component of research would be 25%.
- If any of your documents are not in English you must provide an official translation as well as the original language documents.
Deadline: 23rd June 2017