Research Scholarship for Engineering, University of Sydney Australia
Faculty of Engineering International Tuition Fee Research Scholarships
A postgraduate research scholarship, This scholarship will provide academic tuition fees to outstanding international higher degree research (HDR) students within the Faculty of Engineering.
|Value||Eligibility||Open date||Close date|
|Tuition fees + SSAF (for up to 12 research periods)||International studentFull-time PhD or master’s by research student with the intend to transfer to a PhDApplied for an RTP scholarship||Ongoing||Ongoin|
Intending to support the education of outstanding students, the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Sydney is announcing International Tuition Fee Research Scholarship in Australia
Established in 1850, the University of Sydney is an Australian public research university in Australia. It is Australia’s first university and is regarded as one of the leading and reputable universities in the world.
University: University of Sydney
Department: Faculty of Engineering
Course Level: Postgraduate Research
Nationality: International students
Scholarship Place : Australia
Application Deadline: Open for 2020
To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following criteria:
Be an international student
Provide evidence that your stipend allowance is being paid by a third-party sponsor or university-funded
Apply and be considered for an RTP scholarship
Not be the recipient of an RTP or equivalent primary scholarship that provides academic course fees.
To be considered for this application, candidates need to take part in a postgraduate research program at the University of Sydney. After that, they must complete the application form for this funding opportunity.
The funding program will provide academic course fees and the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF), subject to satisfactory academic performance for:
Up to four research periods for a successful master’s by research recipient (no possible extension)
Up to 12 research periods for a PhD recipient with a possible two research period extension.