Closing Dates: April 30, 2022.
The University of New South Wales is delighted to offer a doctoral scholarship in Intellectual and Developmental Disability Health at the Department of Developmental Disability Neuropsychiatry to all intelligent applicants who want to commence study at the university.
The award is open to applicants who wish to conduct research at the University for the 2022/23 academic year in Australia.
About University of New South Wales:
The University of New South Wales is a leading research and teaching university in Australia. In a variety of subjects of study, it provides undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral degree programs.
UNSW has built an internationally recognized academic framework through collaborating with the corporate and public sectors to provide students with practical experience.
To be selected for this academic grant, applicants with honors, master’s or equivalent degrees in medicine, allied health, or related disciplines would be well suited.
Candidates may be Australian citizens, permanent residents, or international. Applicants must meet the UNSW Ph.D. entry requirements and be able to enroll as full-time domestic Ph.D. scholar.
- Academic transcripts
- Citizenship proof.
Entry Procedures for Doctoral Grants:
The applicants must apply through the university’s online portal or the UAC portal. The applicants need to send a CV and a cover letter to contact the Student Coordinator Dr. Rachael Cvejic (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Janelle Weise (email@example.com) to apply for the scholarship.
- For taking admission to the University, applicants must meet all the entry requirements for the University.
- Applicants are recommended to satisfy the English language requirement of the University.
Application Perks :
The University of New South Wales will cover a 30,000 per annum for 3 years for a full scholarship; if the applicant attracts their scholarship (eg RTP) a top-up of scholarship of $5,000 per annum for 3 years.