Australia’s Queensland University of Technology serves as the host institution.
Worth of Scholarship: Funded
Several awards were given out.
PhD level of study
Nationality: Local & Foreign Students
The Queensland University of Technology is happy to accept applications for the Queensland University of Technology WH Bryan PhD Scholarship for the 2022–2023 academic year from exceptional and adequately prepared individuals.
The grant is open to both domestic and foreign students with the intention of assisting emerging researchers in gaining a highly valued research experience in Queensland. A fellowship to help a deserving PhD candidate who is eager to use Queensland’s earth sciences research to have a significant influence on the world.
The WH Bryan Scholarship seeks to advance knowledge of Queensland Earth Sciences by tackling a problem of global significance and producing significant results. The supported project will be overseen by a top-notch PhD candidate.
- Applicants must fulfill the requirements listed below in order to be considered for the WH Bryan PhD Scholarship at Queensland University of Technology:
- Candidates must be either domestic or foreign students.
A full-time degree program is required of applicants.
- You must be submitting an application for a PhD in earth sciences offered by one of the following institutions:
- The grant is open to both domestic and foreign students with the intention of assisting emerging researchers in gaining a highly valued research experience in Queensland.
- A new student and project will be supported by the WH Bryan Scholarship.
- Students who have previously been offered or accepted a PhD scholarship, as well as those who have started or enrolled in a PhD program, are ineligible.
- By 30 June 2023, the selected student must have started classes at the host institution.
The following advantages will be provided during the program to successful applicants:
a three-year living allowance of $32,000 per year
a three-year, $18,000 per year, financing grant for research projects
To start-up charges for the project, up to $20,000. (eligible start-up costs include airfares, moving expenses, and overseas student health cover for international students)
Support for the scholar’s participation in some overseas activities, such as laboratory work, field workshops, and presentations at conferences abroad.
You will also be given a QUT research degree (HDR) tuition fee sponsorship if you are an overseas student.
Deadline for Applications: October 31, 2022
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Get in touch with a potential earth sciences supervisor as soon as possible. Your supervisor must submit the application on your behalf, so to give yourself enough time, we advise securing their support by Wednesday, October 5, 2022.
Once your proposed supervisor has given you their OK, collaborate with them on your research proposal and scholarship application. Your curriculum vitae, academic credentials, and a brief statement detailing your motivation for applying and how it fits into your future career should all be prepared.
How to Apply: Applicants should submit their applications online and read the complete application instructions on the WH Bryan Scholarship website in order to be considered for the Queensland University of Technology WH Bryan PhD Scholarship.