|Enrolment status||New students, Currently enrolled students|
|Student type||Domestic students, International students|
|Level of study||Higher Degree by Research|
|Study area||Health and Behavioural Sciences, Medicine|
|HDR funding type||Living stipend scholarship, Travel Scholarship|
|Scholarship value||Up to $100,000|
|Scholarship duration||2-4 years|
|Opening date||15 February 2021|
|Closing date||26 March 2021|
The Queensland Advancing Clinical Research Fellowships (CRF) program delivers on a key commitment by Queensland Health in the Queensland Advancing Health Research 2026 Strategy, “to design, develop and fund new fellowships programs with a clear focus on translation into clinical practice and improved health outcomes”.
The CRFs are intended to support Queensland Health clinician-researchers undertake research linked to their practice. The program recognizes that clinician-researchers (including doctors, nurses, dentists, allied health practitioners, and clinical scientists) are uniquely placed to identify clinical issues that can benefit from further research, lead patient-focussed research discoveries and facilitate improved patient care through research translation.
The specific objectives of the CRF program are to:
- Support the career development of Queensland Health’s emerging clinician researchers and research leaders, particularly toward securing competitive research funding from national agencies and other funding sources.
- Support health and medical research projects that have real potential to lead to better health outcomes for Queenslanders.
- Build collaborative linkages between Queensland Health and the wider Queensland health and medical research sector to support the translation of research discoveries into frontline healthcare.
If you want to study in Australia, you can apply for the University of Queensland Fellowships, which are provided to international students of various nationalities around the world who wish to have the opportunity to study in Australia for the academic year 2021-2022. Scholarships help advance your academic and career goals by removing financial barriers in order to cover tuition expenses.
Founded in 1909, The University of Queensland is a public research university based primarily in Brisbane, the capital of Queensland. It offers a wide range of degree programs for students.
- Application deadline: March 26, 2021
- Host University: The University of Queensland
- Course Level: Research Fellowships
- The award can be taken in Australia
Funding provided in the Scholarships
The University of Queensland will provide scholarship funding of up to $ 100,000 to eligible international and domestic students in Australia.
Conditions for submission
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: Development of the University’s International Clinical Research Fellowships
- Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, applicants must meet all of the following / specific criteria:
- Must have a paid appointment in a clinically relevant role with a Queensland health facility or another publicly funded medical facility (minimum fellowship 20% full-time equivalent).
- Must continue to work, live, and conduct behavioral research in Queensland for the duration of the fellowship.
- To be eligible for membership/accreditation of a professional association, or to be registered with the appropriate professional registration board.
How to apply
- How to Apply: In order to apply for this opportunity, aspirants must gain admission to a research fellowship at the university. After that, students must apply online no later than the deadline.
- Supporting documents: You must provide an academic CV, academic certificate, transcripts, and a copy of your passport.
- Admission requirements: To take admission, students must check the admission requirements for their chosen program.
- Language Requirement: If English is not your first language or mother tongue, you must provide evidence of your English language proficiency through an Entrance Requirement or Language Tests.