International Research Candidate Scholarships at University of New South Wales in Australia, 2014

University of New South WalesDescription: The University of New South Wales offers the following prestigious Scholarships to International Students of exceptional research potential to undertake a higher degree by research at the University of New South Wales:
1. International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS): Scholarships available for PhD and Masters by Research in all disciplines.
2. University International Postgraduate Award (UIPA): Scholarships available for PhD and Masters by Research in all disciplines.
3. Tuition Fee Scholarship (TFS) plus a Faculty Research Stipend: Scholarships available for PhD, Masters by Research and for Masters of Philosophy (in selected disciplines depending on Faculty research areas).
Students will be considered for all of these scholarships as appropriate. If you are applying in the discipline areas of Engineering, Business, Science or Humanities/Arts and Social Sciences and would like to be considered for a scholarship place at both the Kensington Campus (Sydney) and UNSW Canberra campus please indicate this on the scholarship application form.
Note: In the faculty of Engineering, only candidates applying for PhD programs will be considered for Tuition Fee Scholarships.
Please Note: Once you have been awarded a scholarship you are not able to defer the offer. Students commencing in Semester 1 are encouraged to enroll and commence their studies no later than Monday 3 March 2014. This particularly applies if any coursework components are be being undertaken in conjunction with the research program.

Eligibility:-Scholarships are only available to applicants who hold a 4 year bachelor’s degree with honours class 1 from an Australian institution or an equivalent research qualification/experience. This qualification must be in a field relevant to your area of research.
-Students completing an honours year in Semester 2, 2013 must provide their honours results by no later than 15 January 2014.
-must have completed at least four years of full- time equivalent tertiary education.
-Be an international student.
-Meet international student visa requirements as specified by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship(DIAC), including the requirement to purchase and maintain a standard Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) approved by the Commonwealth Government Department of Health and Aging.

How to Apply: The mode of applying is online or email.

Subject: Various Courses

Level: Pursuing Master’s by Research Degree Level at The University of New South Wales in Australia.

Provider: The University of New South Wales in Australia

For Which CountryAustralia

For Whom: International Students

Number of Award: Not Known

Duration of Award: Scholarship is offered for 3 years for a PhD and 2 years for a Masters by Research.

What does it Cover: The scholarships will cover Cost of Tuition Fees and an annual Stipend of minimum value $24,653.

Selection Criteria: The scholarships will be awarded on basis of academic merit, research experience and/or research potential.

Notification: Due to the number of applications that are submitted you will not be sent any notification that your application has been received other than the automated acknowledgement that is emailed to you after completing your online registration for the scholarship. You can see any outstanding documentation on your my UNSW profile. Due to the number of applications that are submitted you will not be sent any notification that your referee report forms have been received. Your referees receive confirmation, so you can contact them to check. Information regarding release of offers to successful candidates will be available from the week commencing 21 October 2013.

Deadline: September 6, 2013.

AGSM MBA AGA Scholarship at University of New South Wales in Australia, 2014

University of New South WalesDescription: The AGA is the alumni association for graduates of the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA), Australia’s tri-service military university in Canberra. An AGA Partner is an Official graduate (defined below) of ADFA who has paid the life-time membership fee.

Eligibility:-To be eligible for a Scholarship, an applicant must gain acceptance into the AGSM MBA full-time program at the Australian School of Business.
-An applicant must not be in receipt of tuition funds, or any other form of financial support connected with the study, from another company or organization.

How to Apply: The mode of applying is online.

Subject: Various Courses

Level: Scholarship is available for pursuing Master’s Degree Level at the University of New South Wales.

Provider: University of New South Wales, Australia

For Which CountryAustralia

For Whom: Students of Australia and New Zealand

Number of award (s): One scholarship is offered.

Duration of award (s): Scholarship is offered for the whole duration of the program.

What does it cover? Up to $25,000 is awarded towards tuition.

Selection Criteria: Applicants will be assessed on the following criteria:
-Demonstrated exceptional vision, leadership and management skills;
-High ethical standards;
-Commitment to the community;
-Must be a partner of the AGA (see definition above);
-Potential to contribute to the AGSM MBA program and the Australian School of Business Community; and
-Social or economic circumstances.

Notification: Not Known

Deadline: The application deadline is 30 November 2013.

2013 TCRN PhD Scholarship Top-up Awards at University of New South Wales in Australia

2013 TCRN PhD Scholarship Top-up Awards at University of New South Wales in AustraliaDescription: The Translational Cancer Research Network (TCRN) is a member-based network formed to create an innovative and supportive environment for the translation of cancer research findings into improvements in patient care and outcomes. Members participate actively across a range of activities in the field of translational cancer research. The TCRN supports our members by providing the enabling foundation, coordination and resources required to empower you to formulate and implement research-led advances in cancer research, treatment and care. Our vision is to create a culture that empowers our members to formulate and implement research-led improvements in patient care. The TCRN comprises the founding institutions of the University of New South Wales (UNSW), comprehensive cancer centers at Prince of Wales and St George and Sutherland hospitals, cancer services at the Royal Hospital for Women, the Border Medical Oncology Research Unit (a regional cancer service in the Border/East Hume region of NSW and Victoria), and the University of Technology, Sydney.

Eligibility: Students will be eligible for consideration for a TCRN PhD Scholarship Top-up award in 2013 if they:
-Have applied for and won a competitively awarded scholarship that either commences or successfully continues in 2013. e.g. the Australian Postgraduate Award (APA), University Postgraduate Award (UPA) or NHMRC for domestic applicants or the International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS)/University International Postgraduate Award (UIPA) for international applicants.
-Are undertaking a full-time PhD degree in 2013 within any school in the Faculty of Medicine at UNSW. Student may either be:
-Commencing full-time study during the 2013 UNSW academic year, or
-Currently enrolled and within either their second or third year of full-time study during the 2013 UNSW academic year.
-Have a research interest aligned to the core strengths of the TCRN and can demonstrate the translational relevance of this research to improvements in cancer patient care and clinical outcomes.
-Have a primary (or joint primary) supervisor who is on the current TCRN Membership list AND a member of a TCRN Member Group, as listed on the TCRN website (see here).
-Have written confirmation that the primary supervisor has sufficient resources to support the project.
- Agree to actively participate in the TCRN PhD Skills & Development Program, including regular attendance of POWCS Postgraduate Research Seminars and TCRN PhD workshops, and presenting at an approved Postgraduate Research Seminar at least once per year during their candidature.
-Submit a completed and signed TCRN PhD Scholarship Top-up Award 2013 application form with appropriate supporting documents.

How to Apply: The mode of applying is by electronically.

Subject: Various Courses

Level: This scholarship is available for pursuing PhD degree level.

Provider:Cancer Institute NSW

For Which Country: Australia

For Whom: National

Duration of award: It is offered for up to 3 years.

What does it cover? -First-year student: 3-year top-up ($5,000 per year stipend + $5,000 research support for up to three years)
-Second-year student: 2-year top-up ($5,000 per year stipend + $3,000 research support for up to two years)
-Final-year student: 1-year top-up ($5,000 stipend).

Notification: The successful applicants will be announced by March 2013.

Deadline: The deadline for receipt of applications is 4pm Wednesday 23 January 2013.