About the University:
Deakin University is one of Australia’s top public universities. It has great facilities such as clinical simulation centers, an elite sports complex, and an excellent engineering center.
The university consists of four faculties (Arts and Education, Business and Law, Health, and Science, and Engineering and the Built Environment). The faculties include various departments such as Education, Midwifery, Psychology, Information Technology, and Life and Environmental Sciences. There are numerous student societies and clubs at Deakin University, coordinated by the Students’ Union.
- Host university: Deakin University, Australia;
- Level of study: Masters and Ph.D.;
- Type of scholarship: Partially funded;
- Scholarship value: $28,900;
- Application deadline: 2 February 2023.
- Recipients: International students;
- Subjects available: research and innovation in intelligent systems, arts and education, frontier materials, business and law, science, technology and the built environment, health;
Partially funded scholarships at Deakin University are available to all international masters and Ph.D. students in the above fields.
- Annual tax-free scholarship of $28,900;
- 500 to $1,500 relocation allowance for out-of-state or out-of-country students;
- Health insurance is required for international students for the duration of their visa.
- Enrolment in an IDH program as a domestic or international student is required to be eligible for an RTP scholarship, RTP fee offset, RTP scholarship, or DUPRS.
- It is a condition of eligibility for an RTP scholarship that the applicant is not a recipient of a Commonwealth Scholarship or equivalent scholarship.
- To be eligible for an RTP or DUPRS allowance, the applicant must not have received other income in excess of 75% of the RTP or DUPRS allowance during the period of study.
- Applicants must have completed at least four years of higher education with first-class honors.
Doctoral (Ph.D.) level:
- Completion of research, including thesis, equivalent to at least 25% of one year of full-time study with a qualification of at least 70% and at least at level 8 of the Australian Qualifications Framework.
The applicant must have successfully completed a research thesis (including dissertation) equivalent to at least 25% of a year of full-time study with a qualification of at least 65% and at least at level 8 of the Australian Qualifications Framework.
- To check eligibility, applicants should visit the following website: click here.
- Applicants are advised to contact a research supervisor to discuss their research topic before starting the application process. For more information, please visit the following website: click here.
- CV or curriculum vitae;
- University transcript;
- Latest research degree;
- Proof of identity and citizenship;
- Proof of English language proficiency; for more information, please consult the following website: click here;
- Two letters of recommendation from current or former professors or professional supervisors;
- Research proposal: a general description of the proposed research topic. Guidelines for the proposal can be found at the following website click here.
Applicants must submit certified copies by post. These copies must be certified by the following authorized bodies
- A Justice of the Peace;
- A notary public
- An Australian consular officer or an Australian diplomat (as defined in the Consular Fees Act 1955);
- An employee of the Commonwealth or the Australian Trade Commission working outside Australia;
- An international student recruitment agency.