The University of Tasmania (UTAS) is a shining example of academic brilliance, promoting a vibrant research atmosphere that pushes the boundaries of knowledge in a wide range of fields. UTAS provides exceptional scholars, both domestically and internationally, with Graduate Research Scholarships as part of its commitment to developing the next generation of research leaders. With these scholarships, young researchers can work on cutting-edge projects, contribute to ground-breaking discoveries, and influence the course of their respective areas.
The university’s commitment to scholarly excellence and the pursuit of significant research results is embodied in the UTAS Graduate Research Scholarships. As recipients of these scholarships, students are enmeshed in a dynamic and thought-provoking community, mentored by accomplished professionals, and surrounded by cutting-edge resources.
Here is what you need to know about University of Tasmania Graduate Research Scholarships 2024:
Applicants are generally required to have completed a relevant bachelor’s or master’s degree with excellent academic performance. International students may need to demonstrate proficiency in English through tests like IELTS or TOEFL.
Scholarships may be available for research in a wide range of disciplines, including but not limited to science, engineering, arts, social sciences, health, and business.
The scholarship often covers tuition fees and provides a living allowance to support students during their research period.
Scholarships are usually granted for the duration of the research program, which may vary depending on the level of study (Master’s or Ph.D.).
Interested candidates typically need to submit a research proposal, academic transcripts, letters of recommendation, and other supporting documents as part of the application process.
The selection process is competitive, and applicants are assessed based on their academic achievements, research potential, and the relevance and quality of their research proposal.
Recipients of the scholarship may be required to engage in teaching or other academic responsibilities as part of their professional development.
UTAS provides a conducive research environment with state-of-the-art facilities, research centers, and experienced supervisors to guide students throughout their research journey.
Scholarship rounds 2024
|Round Status||Discipline||Open to*||Commencing||Application closing date||Outcomes Provided|
|CLOSED||ALL disciplines||International and domestic applicants||2024||25th September 2023||28th November 2023|
|Open||ALL disciplines||International and domestic applicants||2024||1st Feb 2024||12th April 2024|
|Open||ALL disciplines||Domestic applicants ONLY||2024||1st June 2024||4th Aug 2024|
International students can apply for the fully funded University of Tasmania Scholarship 2024–2025. Master’s and PhD candidates are eligible for this grant. This scholarship will pay AUD $28,597 annually plus up to AUD $2,000 in relocation expenses.
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