Description of the Opportunity
In 2023, the University of Melbourne will offer Graduate Research Scholarships for all types of PhD programs. As a result, you can apply for this scholarship. Your application must also be submitted by a different date. The University of Melbourne is also providing this scholarship, which comes with 100% tuition reimbursement and full financial worth.
- Degree: PhD
- Provided by: University of Melbourne
- Deadline: Deadline varies
- Scholarship value: Full Funding, 100% fee remission
More About the University of Melbourne
The University of Melbourne is a public research university in Australia with its main campus in Melbourne, Victoria. It is also sometimes referred to as Melbourne University.
In essence, Melbourne founded the university in 1853, making it the first in Victoria and the second-oldest in all of Australia. Academic Ranking of World Universities places it 44th globally, while Times Higher Education places it 33rd globally (both rankings are first in Australia).
Eligibility for the PhD Scholarships:
Domestic applicants must submit an application for and satisfy the entry requirements of a graduate research degree or already be enrolled in one at the institution.
For all accepted domestic applicants pursuing Master by Research or Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) programs, the university essentially gives a Research Training Programme Scholarship (Fee Offset).
Benefits of the Scholarship:
- The scholarship program may cover all tuition costs for doctorate candidates for up to four years
- Additionally, two years if you’re going for a research master’s.
- In addition, depending on the length of the program, the University of Melbourne provides doctorate or Master by Research students with a living stipend of $34,400 per year pro rata (2023 full-time study rate).
- Moreover, the living allowance is also subject to annual indexing and includes a modest amount of paid sick, maternity, and parental leave.
- Students moving from States or Territories other than Victoria will also receive a $2000 relocation reward, while those leaving Australia will receive a $3000 grant.