Adelaide Scholarships International (ASI) University of Adelaide, Australia
The selection and ranking of applicants within the University of Adelaide is undertaken by the Graduate Scholarships Committee, using the criteria of academic merit and research potential.
The ASI provides
Conditions and Eligibility Criteria
Generally applicants who succeed in winning an ASI scholarship have completed a Masters degree including a significant research component and have several publications and relevant work and research experience.
International Application Rounds
To apply please submit a formal application for Admission and a Scholarship via our online application system. There is no application fee.
Note. The University of Adelaide is unable to provide an assessment of eligibility for candidature and/or a scholarship until a formal application is submitted and assessed. We strongly recommend that all applicants submit their application and all required documents well before the closing date.
Note. Late and incomplete applications at the scholarship application deadline will not be considered for a scholarship.
Information About La Trobe University Australia Undergraduate & Postgraduate Scholarships
Academic Excellence Scholarships ($10,000-$20,000)
La Trobe’s Academic Excellence Scholarships (AES) cover tuition fees for high-achieving international students accepted into our undergraduate and postgraduate coursework programs. Worth between $10,000 and $20,000, these scholarships are paid across a maximum of two semesters (or 12 months). To be eligible, you must be a citizen of a country other than Australia or New Zealand and be applying to start an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework program.
Deadline: 11 Sep (Round 1) , 13 Nov (Round 2), 8 Jan (Round 3).
La Trobe Business School MBA scholarship
We offer 10 of these scholarships ($10,000 each) to international students in our Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. The scholarship is distributed equally across enrolled units for the duration of the course.
Deadline: 24 Oct 2016
International Postgraduate Research Scheme (IPRS) and La Trobe University Fee Remission Research Scholarship (LTUFRRS)
The IPRS and LTUFRRS are open to international students who want to study a higher degree by research at a Master’s or PhD level. They cover tuition fees for two years for a Master’s by Research degree and three years for a Doctoral (PhD) degree.
Both scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit, and applicants must also meet our English language requirements. International students can apply for this scholarship when they submit their admission application to La Trobe.
Deadline: 30 Sep 2016
CSIRS Scholarships at Curtin University, Australia
Applications open: 01/06/2015
Applications close: 31/08/2015
The International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) scheme was established to maintain and develop international research linkages and specifically aims to:
In addition to IPRS, Curtin has a number of Strategic International Research Scholarships (CSIRS) available for new future students planning to commence in 2016.
The International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) provides:
In addition, all successful applicants will receive an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) valued at $25,849 (2015 value) for living allowance. This tax-free stipend is indexed annually.
Curtin Strategic International Research Scholarship (CSIRS) provides:
IPRS: Candidates from any field of endeavour are welcome to apply.
Strategic Research Areas for CSIRS (Applicants must be new future students intending to commence in Research Term 1, 2016 and their research proposals must aligned with one of the areas listed below):
Energy Economics: This builds on a growing platform of research which straddles both Economics and Finance as well as CGSB (and thus DMEE). It also ties in with the interests in oil and gas, renewal energy. Given the range of issues facing this arena ranging from world market analysis, security of supply and climate change implications.
Supply chain/ logistics: Supply chain research not only taps into research being undertaken in the School of Information Systems but also has relevance in Agri-business and to a lesser extent Health Sciences through centre such as CESSH. Understanding the data/information requirements, varying stakeholder objectives, and numerous cultures as we move to a global economy is critical.
Big Data/ Decision Analysis: This area is able to leverage off both the CiC and the HIVE/Pawsey facilities and taps into knowledge regarding combined qualitative and quantitative modelling and data mining.
Luxury Branding: This growing area is supported through CBS cluster and sees important strengths in international capacity particularly in Asia where there are existing excellent relationships with industry and academia.
Biosciences & Metabolic Health.
Neurosciences & Behaviour.
Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences.
Public and Population Health.
Creative, Cultural and Critical Inquiry: The faculty’s special-focus fields of research are Building; Urban and regional planning; Specialist studies in education; Communications and media studies and Cultural studies.
New Knowledge Environment: The faculty’s special-focus fields of research are Building; Urban and regional planning; Specialist studies in education; Communications and media studies and Cultural studies.
Sustainability and Sustainable Development: The faculty’s special-focus fields of research are Building; Urban and regional planning; Specialist studies in education; Communications and media studies and Cultural studies.
Geosciences: Fundamental and applied planetary science; global systems, resources and environmental change;
Chemical & Environmental Sciences: Application of analytical, spectroscopic and computational methods in materials, water and medicinal chemistry research; Fundamental and applied research relating to environmental biology, agriculture and marine science.
Physics and Astronomy: Research focusing on astrophysics, theoretical physics, material and environmental physics;
Mechanical & Chemical Engineering: Fundamental and applied research relating to energy, natural resource processing, sustainable engineering, fluid mechanics & thermal processes.
IPRS – available for Current (student who enrolled between 1 Sep 2014 – 30 May 2015 only) and Future Students:
current students who meet the following guidelines:
CSIRS – For Future Students only
APPLICANTS NOT MET ENTRY ENGLISH REQUIREMENT BY 4TH SEP 2015 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR SCHOLARSHIPS. APPLICANTS WHOSE ENGLISH REQUIREMENT CONCEDED BY THEIR SCHOOLS WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIPS.
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** Interested applicants but have not yet applied for admission can submit an online e-application for admission and scholarship via: http://research.curtin.edu.au/postgraduate-research/future-research-students/admission-overview/admission-process/
Templates for required documents are available via:http://research.curtin.edu.au/postgraduate-research/postgraduate-research-scholarships/
Please email your completed application with supporting document to:email@example.com Please write in subject line: 2016 IPRS/CSIRS application
Please encourage your referees to send referee reports to us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org but hard copies referee reports are also accepted. If by email please write in subject line: Student’s name – referee report
If your enquiry is regarding admissions, please email:email@example.com
If your enquiry is regarding scholarships, please contact:
Graduate Research School
Office of Research and Development,
Level 1, Building 10l,
GPO Box U1987,
PERTH WA 6845
Phone: +61 8 9266 3337 (select 4)
Fax: +61 8 9266 3793
Application closes on 31st August 2015. Late or incomplete applicatons will not be accepted.
Applicants must meet English requirement by 4th Sep 2015 to be considered for scholarships.
Applicants whose English are conceded by the school/department are only eligible for admission but will not be considered for scholarships.