PhD and MPhil Scholarship Opportunity in the Faculty of Health

Brisbane, Australia
15 May 2019
End of advertisement period
30 Sep 2019
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time

Degree: PhD and Master of Philosophy

Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Funding for: International and Domestic Students

Stipend: AU$27,596 pa for up to 3 years; tax exempt and indexed annually

Study Mode: Full Time

Applications Close: 30 September 2019, 11:59pm Australian Eastern Standard Time

Commencement: Successful applicants must commence study by 31 July 2020

QUT’s Faculty of Health and Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation offer scholarships to complete a PhD or Master of Philosophy in an interdisciplinary environment with access to world-class researchers and cutting-edge facilities. Technology, innovation and commercialisation are integrated into the program.

Successful Faculty of Health scholarship applicants will receive a:

  • Living stipend valued at AU$27,596pa (in 2019) for 3 years (PhD)/1.5 years (MPhil); tax exempt and indexed annually
  • PhD applicants meeting criteria for academic excellence are eligible for an additional top-up scholarship valued at AU$5,000pa; 3 years duration
  • Tuition fees offset or sponsorship
  • Single Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)
  • Research support allowance of AU$4,500 (PhD)/AU$2,250 (MPhil)
  • Opportunity to apply for Grant-in-Aid travel funding up to AU$2,000

Scholarship opportunities are available across 7 schools and 3 research themes:

Faculty of Health Schools

IHBI Research Themes

For more information about our research programs, visit https://www.qut.edu.au/study/international-courses/doctor-of-philosophy/doctor-of-philosophy-health.

Scholarship information, eligibility criteria and application process

Please read the following:

**The current guidelines refer to the 2019 Annual Scholarship Round. These will be updated for the 2020 Annual Scholarship Round soon, but in the meantime please refer to these guidelines for eligibility and assessment criteria.

Visit How to apply for details on the application process including English language requirements, admission eligibility, writing your research proposal and supporting documentation. International applicants from these countries must apply via a QUT representative agent.

We recommend that you contact prospective supervisors to discuss your research proposal before applying, but you may apply if you do not yet have a supervisor for your project.

If you have any questions about the eligibility criteria or application process, please email health.research@qut.edu.au.