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Applicants for the Lillian de Lissa Scholarship are invited from permanent and contract (2 years minimum) employees of the Department of Education and Children’s Services who are working with children aged birth to 8 years. The scholarship is available to persons with a qualification in early childhood education (birth to 8 years) who wish to undertake postgraduate studies or research in early childhood. The Lillian de Lissa Full Scholarship is to a maximum of $36,000 (tax exempt). The purpose of the scholarship is to enable the applicant to take leave from employment to complete postgraduate research in early childhood education leading to a higher degree.
The purpose of this scholarship is to support an early childhood professional to undertake a postgraduate degree with an early childhood specialisation.
A grant from The Premier of South Australia has enabled the establishment of the LOGOS Modern Greek Scholarship. Up to 35 postgraduate and undergraduate LOGOS Modern Greek scholarships will be awarded between 2012 and 2016, commencing in 2012. The aim of the Postgraduate scholarship is to provide financial assistance to postgraduate students undertaking a Master of Teaching, Graduate Diploma in Language Teaching or a Graduate Certificate in Language Teaching at Flinders University, specializing in the teaching of Modern Greek.
The NTMP Indigenous Clinical Student Scholarship has been established by The Poche Centre for Indigenous Health Alice Springs at Flinders University. The scholarship is designed to provide financial assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who are enrolled in the 3rd or 4th year of the Doctor of Medicine in the Northern Territory Medical Program; and address the substantial level of family responsibilities and other costs incurred by Indigenous students in the course of their tertiary study.
At least one scholarship of upto $25,000 per annum will be offered each year.
The University has established the Overseas Field Trip Grant to provide funding towards overseas field trips for competent postgraduate research students whose theses would be greatly improved by the opportunity to undertake research and collection of data which is inaccessible in Australia.
The Overseas Travelling Fellowship is the most prestigious award offered by the University to higher degree research students. The Overseas Travelling Fellowship has been established to enable full-time or part-time PhD students who have demonstrated outstanding aptitude for independent research, to undertake short periods of further study or further research in approved universities or other institutions outside Australia, provided a clear advantage to the thesis and to the University is to be gained from the student's experience. More information and application forms can be obtained from the scholarships website.
Parkinson’s SA was established in 1983 to provide services and represent people with Parkinson’s and their families. As a result of a bequest from the late Mr Norman Weir, a person with Parkinson’s, Parkinson’s SA has established a Research Foundation and as part of that Foundation wishes to encourage research into Parkinson’s disease at the Honours level. The current scholarship of $3000 is being offered to an Honours student in South Australia whose main focus of study is Parkinson’s disease, whether in a medical, health science or social science field.
The South Australia – Northern Territory Branch of the Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia makes annual awards to tertiary students working on topics directly related to the petroleum industry. The aim of these awards is to provide support for students who are likely to enter the industry upon graduation, and to encourage research on topics pertinent to the petroleum industry.
Applications are invited for PhD Research Scholarships in the areas of Healthy Development: disciplines include, but are not restricted to, biochemistry, biomedical engineering, biostatistics, demography, dentistry, economics, education, endocrinology, epidemiology, ethics, genetics, indigenous health, law, nutrition, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, pharmacology, physiology, politics, psychiatry, psychology, public health and sociology.
A 2.5 year PhD scholarship is available for full-time research on a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funded research project which has recently commenced. Candidates with a background and interest in allied health, gerontology, public health, nursing or health services research are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will be part of a highly collaborative, productive, multi-disciplinary research group.
In 2018 the Playford Trust is offering two ‘top up’ scholarships of $5,000 per annum for 3 and a half years for PhD students intending to commence a PhD program in 2018. The Trust is interested in supporting high quality PhD students planning to carry out research in one of the Trust’s priority areas, namely: Agriculture - especially Horticulture and Aquaculture, Water, Energy and Climate Change, Advanced Manufacturing and New Technologies,Mining and Resources Development.
Every year, Flinders University will offer a range of postgraduate research scholarships. Each postgraduate research scholarship pays a stipend (living allowance) between $25,849.00 and $36,706 (2015 rate) which is tax-free for full-time study. Applicants must be: Australian citizens or New Zealand citizens (may not be eligible for some of the scholarships listed) or have been granted permanent resident status; and have completed an excellent undergraduate degree; and have completed at least four years of tertiary education studies at a high level of achievement and have an appropriate Honours undergraduate degree; be enrolling as full-time students (part-time awards are available in certain circumstances); and be commencing or continuing a Masters degree by research or Doctorate by research in the year following submission of an application; and have had their candidature accepted in the area in which they propose to undertake their studies. Additional eligibility criteria apply to some awards.
Executive Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Flinders University, has a special interest in furthering the education and training of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as health professionals.
The Professor Michael Kidd AM Scholarship has been established in perpetuity to support the retention and successful graduation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students as health professionals.
The Professor Ross Kalucy Indigenous Well-Being Scholarship was established in 2012. The scholarship is intended to support the retention and successful graduation of indigenous students with a particular focus on increasing capacity in the area of mental health/social and emotional well-being. Subject to the availability of funds, a minimum of one scholarship with a minimum value of $750 may be awarded each year.
The purpose of the Research Preparation Scholarship for Indigenous Students is to support an indigenous student for one year, while undertaking a program of study that will, on completion, qualify them for admission to a research higher degree. Such studies may include; honours study; post graduate course work; research projects; bridging programs, or other studies needed in order for the applicant to qualify them in principle for a research higher degree program. The successful awardee will able to demonstrate academic potential and explain how their education has been compromised by the lack of suitable educational pathways.