Do you have a desire to pursue a PhD in Australia? Apply for the Hidden Vale Wildlife Conservation Top-Up Scholarship provided by the University of Queensland.
The fund is awarded to the brilliant Doctor of Philosophy candidates, who are researching wildlife conservation in association with the Hidden Vale Wildlife Project.
Founded in 1909, the University of Queensland is considered to be one of Australia’s leading universities. It is a founding member of online higher education consortium edX. It strives for excellence through the creation, preservation, transfer and application of knowledge.
The university provides candidates advice and a range of services to empower with the skills and knowledge to plan for their future career and successfully transition from student into professional.
PhD degree program.
Field of Study:
Doctor of Philosophy in wildlife conservation.
The grantee will be awarded a living allowance scholarship of at least the Research Training Program rate ($27, 596 for 2019 but indexed annually) to be eligible to receive this top-up.
Citizens from Australia and all around the world.
The applicant must be assessed by the Graduate School as meeting all conditions for admission to the research higher degree program. They also need to satisfy the entry requirements for Higher Degrees by Research at UQ and conditions for a Research Training Program (RTP) or equivalent living allowance scholarship from UQ’s Graduate School.
Applying procedure Instructions:
If want to apply for this education award, then you need to take admission in the PhD degree program at the university. After taking confirmation, claimants can apply for the bursary.
You may be asked to provide the copies of transcripts, statement of purpose, letter of motivation, letter of recommendation and CV.
For enrolling in the PhD degree, claimants must have to complete Queensland Year 12 (or equivalent qualification), achieve the program’s minimum entry score, satisfy the program’s subject prerequisites and successfully complete any program-specific application requirements.
Seekers need to demonstrate English language skills by achieving at least a 6.5 overall and a minimum of 6.0 in each sub-band of the IELTS; or acceptable scores in equivalent tests.
Scholarship Official Web Links:
October 31, 2019