Students from other countries can submit an application to participate in this program. This scholarship is open to students who wish to pursue doctoral studies in any of the subjects that are offered at RMIT University in Australia.
Applications are being accepted for Sam and Nina Narodowski PhD Scholarships at RMIT University in Australia (2022-23).
- HOST: RMIT University Australia
- LOCATION: Australia
- OFFERED SUBJECT: All Subjects
- LEVEL: PhD
- ELIGIBLE NATIONALITY: International Students
- TYPE: Partial Funding
- DEADLINE: 05 October 2022
The Sam and Nina Narodowski PhD scholarships are intended to provide financial assistance to newly admitted PhD candidates for the duration of their studies in a variety of specialized research fields.
Applicants for a doctoral degree who plan to conduct their studies in Food Production and Agribusiness, Sustainability and Environment, or Clothing Textiles will each have the opportunity to win one of three available scholarships.
A second scholarship will be made available to prospective PhD students who intend to conduct their research in the fields of health, disability, and aged care; urban transport and social planning; or migration and settlement services.
This scholarship consists of the following components:
- A stipend scholarship of AUD$ 33,000 per annum pro rata to be indexed annually.
- A tuition fee scholarship for successful international applicants or RTP fee offset scholarship for Australian citizens and permanent residents and New Zealand citizens
The scholarship will be awarded for a period of no longer than three years and six months at most.
It is important for international applicants to be aware that this scholarship does not provide visa-length health coverage for international students (OSHC).
Candidates for entry into the PhD program are required to demonstrate that they satisfy the eligibility requirements.
How To Apply:
Send in an application for a PhD while taking care to pick a PhD project from among those that are open and that corresponds to one of the following research areas:
- Sustainability and the Environment in Regards to Agribusiness and Food Production
- Clothes and other textiles
- Care for the Sick, the Disabled, and the Elderly
- Transportation in the City and Community Organizing
- Services for Migrating and Settling in New Lands
An “expression of interest” (EOI) is the first step in RMIT’s two-stage PhD application process, which also includes a full application.
- Send an email to the following address to express your interest in applying for this scholarship: [email protected]
- Please make sure that the subject line of your email reads “Sam and Nina Narodowski PhD scholarship.”
- Include your application number in the message that you send.
- Please select one of the six research areas that most closely aligns with the focus of your research.
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