There are five (5) partial tuition scholarships available for international students commencing their first course at UOW’s Sydney Business School in each of the three (3) trimesters. The scholarship offers a 25% reduction of the tuition fee for the standard duration of the course.
Applicants must meet each of the following conditions in order to apply for the scholarship:
Please send your application to email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicant performance against these criteria is assessed by a scholarship sub-committee of the Faculty International Committee chaired by the Faculty of Business Associate Dean (International).
Applications for Trimester 3, 2014 are now open. Applications must be submitted by 14th June, 2014.
Applicants will be notified of the outcome three (3) weeks after the application closing date.
Partial Scholarship for MA in ocean Governance Malta
The programme is delivered over 13 months of study, commencing September 2013. The programme is coordinated by the Environmental and Resources Department within the Faculty of Laws of the University of Malta, and is supported by: The Department of International Law (Faculty of Laws), the Institute of Earth Systems, the Department of Biology (Faculty of Science) and the International Ocean Institute
The Taught Component of the programme is composed of 12 Study Units that will address the following topics:
A research component which comprises the writing of a dissertation (approx. 25,000 words) on a topic related to ocean governance chosen by the student, as approved by the Master’s degree programme Board of Studies.
Each study unit within the taught component has a value of 5 ECTS. The research topic has a value of 30 ECTS. Total credit value of the programme is 90 ECTS.
The School of English, Communication and Philosophy is offering a number of research bursaries (equivalent to one year’s Home/EU fees) on a competitive basis to students commencing their PhD studies in the School in 2014/5.
The School of English, Communication and Philosophy is a large multi-disciplinary school which has a dynamic and highly successful research culture. Currently there are 126 postgraduate research students in the School. Located in the John Percival Building, the School specialises in distinctive approaches to research in English Language and Communication, English Literature, Critical and Cultural Theory and Philosophy.
In the most recent Research Assessment Exercise, 90% of the School’s research was rated at least of ‘international standard’ with 60% of research in English Literature and Language classed as ‘internationally excellent’ or ‘world-leading’.
The School has a thriving postgraduate community. Training and support are key commitments to help students build success. Our postgraduates play an active role in the numerous reading groups, research seminars, workshops and conferences taking place in the School.
The School has dedicated research space for PhD students providing a convenient working area close to all facilities, including the Arts and Social Studies Library, with its specialist research collections, such as the Cardiff Rare Books, and complementary electronic resources.
Supervisors: a full list of potential supervisors in the School of English, Communication and Philosophy and their research interests
Application Deadline: To be considered for a Research Bursary you must have applied for a place on a PhD programme in the School of English, Communication and Philosophy by 5 p.m. on Friday 2 May 2014.
Number of Studentships Available: 4
Start Date: To be eligible applicants must be commencing the PhD in the academic year 2014/15. If you are offered a place for 14/15 and defer it to 15/16 you would not be eligible for a bursary.
This studentship is funded by the School of English, Communication and Philosophy. It consists of one year UK/EU fees.Students from outside the EU must find the difference between UK/EU fees and international fees.
Academic Criteria: All eligible applicants will be considered for the awards, which will be decided on the basis of academic merit, taking into account past academic performance and future research potential. To be eligible for these awards you must:
Residency Criteria: The awards are open to UK/EU and international students without further restriction. The bursary will cover the first PhD year at the Home/EU rate. Overseas students would be required to cover the difference between Home/EU and International fees themselves.
Consideration is automatic on applying for a place on a PhD programme in the School fo English, Communication and Philosophy to start in the academic year 2014/15. To be eligible for this funding opportunity, your PhD application must have been received by 2 May 2014.
For information on the School’s PhD programmes and how to apply (including information on supporting documents relevant to each programme)
To be considered for a Research Bursary you must have applied for a place on a PhD programme in the School of English, Communication and Philosophy by 5 p.m. on Friday 2 May 2014.
Enquiries should be directed to via email to Rhian Rattray or Rachel Thomas. Email:email@example.com, or via telephone on +44 (0)2920 873 022 or +44 (0)2920 874 722.