2014 ANU College of Engineering & Computer Science International Undergraduate Merit Scholarships, Australia

Australian National UniversityDescription: Each year the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science (“the College”) may award up to two (2) scholarships, known as the College of Engineering and Computer Science International Undergraduate Merit Scholarship (“the Scholarship”). The Scholarship is available for international students who are citizens of the countries specified by the College (“the scholar/s”) and are applying for admission to an Undergraduate Program offered by the College. The Scholarship is highly competitive and based on academic merit.

Eligibility: The Scholarship shall be available to an applicant who:
-Is an International Students as defined under the terms of the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000. Dependants of the staff of diplomatic or consular missions are also eligible.
-Is a citizen of one of the countries specified by the college on their website (these may vary from year to year)
-Has achieved at an excellent level in their final years of schooling prior to commencing at ANU, as demonstrated by excellent academic results in their qualifications.
-Has received an offer of admission into an undergraduate program offered by the College to commence in teaching period for which they are applying for this scholarship.
-Will commence an undergraduate program within the College for the first time.

Online Application: by Online

Subject: Various Courses

Level: Pursuing Undergraduate Degree at Australian National University

Provider: Australian National University

Accreditation: The Australian National University (ANU) is accredited by Group of Eight, IARU, APRU, AURA and ASAIHL.

For Which Country: Australia

For Whom: International Students

Number of award(s): Up to two merit scholarships are offered.

Duration of award(s): The Scholarship is tenable for two academic semesters to each scholar and is not renewable.

What does it cover? The award provides a 25% tuition fee scholarship for up to one year of an Undergraduate Program offered by the College. Please note, that the Scholarship does not cover any application and deposit fee, the Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) premium, fares to and from Australia, the payment of reading and study materials, living expenses, tuition fee, accommodation or any other costs associated with studying.

Selection Criteria: The scholarships will be awarded on academic merit basis.

Notification: Not Known

Deadline: 15 June 2014

Zinkernagel Scholarship for PhD Students at Australian National University in Australia, 2013

Australian National UniversityDescription: This Scholarship is offered by the John Curtin School of Medical Research. The Zinkernagel Scholarship is in honour of Professor Rolf Zinkernagel, who shared the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine with Professor Peter Doherty in 1996 for work done in the JCSMR. One Zinkernagel Scholarship will be awarded annually to the highest ranked successful JCSMR applicant for an International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS).

Eligibility: -This Scholarship is awarded on the condition that the scholar is admitted to and continues to pursue a full-time program of study for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the Australian National University in the program for which the scholarship is awarded. The granting of a part-time Scholarship and/or transfer to a part-time scholarship is subject to approval by the University on the basis of heavy care commitments or a medical condition.
-This Scholarship is awarded on the condition that, during the tenure of the scholarship, the scholar is not in receipt of another equivalent or major living allowance award/scholarship or salary to undertake the proposed program, providing a benefit greater than 75% of the stipend of the awarded scholarship.
-The scholar must be an international student pursuing research at the John Curtin School of Medical Research.

How to Apply: The mode of applying is online.

Subject: Various Courses

Level: Pursuing PhD Degree Level at the Australian National University.

Provider: John Curtin School of Medical Research

For Which CountryAustralia

For Whom: International Students

Number of Award: Up to one scholarship is offered.

Duration of Award: Scholarship is offered for three years full-time with a possible six month extension.

What Does it Cover: Total offer is of $24,653 (2013 rate) per annum, tax free paid in fortnightly payments.
-Travel to Canberra from within Australia; reimbursement of some removal expenses; thesis reimbursement allowance.

Selection Criteria: Not Known

Notification: Not Known

Deadline: 31 August 2013.

2013 James Rice Postgraduate Award at Australian National University, Australia

John Curtin School of Medical ResearchDescription: This scholarship is offered by the ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment and the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR). This scholarship is named in memory of the late James Rice, formerly of Alice Springs. It is intended to attract domestic or international students to pursue postgraduate research for a PhD degree at the JCSMR in a field broadly related to Multiple Sclerosis.

Eligibility: This Scholarship is awarded on the condition that the scholar is admitted to and continues to pursue a full-time program of study for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the Australian National University in the program for which the scholarship is awarded. The granting of a part-time Scholarship and/or transfer to a part-time Scholarship is subject to approval by the University on the basis of heavy care commitments or a medical condition.
-This Scholarship is awarded on the condition that, during the tenure of the Scholarship, the scholar is not in receipt of another equivalent or major living allowance award/scholarship or salary to undertake the proposed program, providing a benefit greater than 75% of the stipend of the awarded scholarship.
-The scholar must be pursuing research in a field broadly related to multiple sclerosis at the John Curtin School of Medical Research.

How to Apply: The mode of applying is online.

Subject: Various Courses

Level: Award is available for pursuing PhD degree level at John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR).

Provider: ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment and the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR).

For Which CountryAustralia

For Whom: Australian and New Zealand Citizens; Permanent Residents of Australia; International Students

Number of award(s): Not Known

Duration of award(s): Scholarships are offered for three years full-time, with a possible six month extension.

What does it cover? Total offer is of $24,653 (2013 rate) per annum tax free, in fortnightly payments.

Deadline: 31 August (international applicants) or 31 October (domestic applicants).

Doherty Scholarship for PhD Students at Australian National University in Australia, 2013

Australian National UniversityDescription: This scholarship is offered by the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR). The Doherty Scholarship (Clinical) is to attract students of high caliber with clinical qualifications to pursue graduate research involving a clinical research project for a PhD Degree at the JCSMR.

Eligibility: Students of high caliber with clinical qualifications. Preference given to Australian or New Zealand Citizens and Permanent Residents of Australia however International students will also be considered.

How to Apply: The mode of applying is online.

Subject: Various Courses

Level: Scholarship is available for pursuing PhD degree level at the Australian National University.

Provider: John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR), Australia

For Which Country: Australia

For Whom: International (Australian or New Zealand and International Students)

Number of award (s): Not Known

Duration of award (s): Scholarship is offered for three years full-time with a possible six month extension.

What does it cover? Total offer is about $24,653 (2013 rate) per annum tax free, in fortnightly payments.

Selection Criteria: Not Known

Notification: Not Known

Deadline: 31 October.

2013 ANU University Research Scholarships for International and Domestic Students in Australia

2013 ANU University Research Scholarships for International and Domestic Students in AustraliaDescription: The University funds a number of Scholarships for Doctor of Philosophy or Professional Doctorate by research. A scholar who is resident elsewhere in Australia or who is permanently residing outside Australia at the time of application, is eligible to receive the following contributions towards the costs of moving to Canberra to take up the Scholarship. Applicants are also strongly encouraged to make contact with the relevant Graduate Studies Convener or a prospective supervisor, prior to lodging an application, to discuss the proposed research topic and related matters.

Eligibility: -Bachelor’s degree with first-class honors, or a research master’s degree from a recognized university.
-Australian and New Zealand Citizen; Permanent Residents of Australia; International students can apply.
-Applicants must have submitted an Application for Admission to the ANU.

How to Apply: The mode of applying is online. No application process is required other than an application for admission.

Subject: Various Courses

Level: This scholarship is available for pursuing Doctor of Philosophy or Professional Doctorate by research at the Australian National University.

Provider:  The Australian National University.

For Which Country: Australia.

For Whom: Both International and Domestic Students

Number of award(s): The University funds a number of Scholarships for Doctor of Philosophy or Professional Doctorate by research.

Duration of award(s): Scholarship is offered for three years full-time, with a possible six-month extension.

What does it cover? Total offer is of A$23,728 (2013 rate) per annum tax free, in fortnightly payments.

Selection criteria: The scholarship will be provided on merit basis.

Notification:  Not Known

Deadline: The application deadline is 31st August (for International Students) or 31st October (for Domestic Students).