Opening Date: 05-06-2019
Closing Date: 28-06-2019
The College of Science and Engineering each year offers a small number of research awards to applicants for postgraduate research scholarships.
The scholarships pay an indexed stipend of approximately $27,596 pa tax free (2019 full rate), and includes a Research Training (RTP) fee offset for recipients who are an Australian Citizens or who hold Permanent Resident status. The RTP place provides an exemption from tuition fees. International Students are not eligible for an RTP and Information regarding tuition fees for international applicants is available in the Conditions of Award document below.
Awards will only be available to those who:
This award will normally be offered on the basis of academic merit and research potential to the highest-ranked eligible postgraduate research scholarship applicant(s), who do not obtain an Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship or Flinders University Research Scholarship.
The College of Science and Engineering Research Awards are tenable at Flinders University for up to three years for a Doctorate by research, or up to two years for a Masters degree, subject to satisfactory progress. Periods of study already undertaken towards the degree may be deducted from the maximum period of tenure.
NOTE: Awardees must continue to apply in the next and possibly subsequent main scholarship round, in an attempt to secure an Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship or a Flinders University Research Scholarship.
Applications for postgraduate research scholarships and admission to candidature are submitted electronically. If you are a current Flinders University student or graduated within the previous 12 months you can complete and submit an application using the My Application tab in the Student Information System. To apply for a scholarship, you must proceed to the My Scholarships tab.
If you are an International student from Flinders you may apply for the scholarship via the student information system, however, you must apply for admission to the degree you are planning to undertake via the International Centre.
For more information about publications, see the Submission of publications link below:
Please download the CSERA Conditions of Award for your information.