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The aim of this Bursary is to assist women to undertake and complete higher degrees in Dentistry or some allied field, either via coursework or research.
Study Grants are available for Australian Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander students of the University of South Australia and Flinders University who are enrolled full-time or part-time in a postgraduate or Medical degree and are permanent residents of South Australia. Recipients will be determined by the Selection Committee of the Aboriginal Advancement League based upon both grade point average and economic need of the student. The grants will be offered for the life of the recipient's program, for a maximum of two years for full-time students. The number of grants awarded each year is dependent on the income generated by the Aboriginal Advancement League Fund.
The Amy Forwood Travelling Award is valued at $400. This award is available only to the holder of a Flinders University Overseas Travelling Fellowship to provide, in addition to the return economy class air fare provided by the fellowship, an allowance for living expenses. No more than two awards will be made in any one year. An application for the Flinders University Overseas Travelling Fellowship will constitute an application for this award. More information and application forms can be obtained from the Higher Degree Administration and Scholarships Office, or the scholarships website.
The Charlie Perkins Scholarship Trust offers two annual scholarships to talented Indigenous Australians for postgraduate study at either the University of Oxford or University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. The scholarships cover full tuition, travel and living expenses. The scholarships are directed at Indigenous Australians who have the potential to become leaders in their chosen fields and in their communities. The value of each Perkins Scholarship will vary, depending on the scholarship-holder's course of study, for up to three years. It will cover full university and college fees, travel costs and an annual stipend to cover living expenses.
The Fund shall award at least four travel grants per annum to students enrolled in a Masters Degree by research or PhD in the Faculty of Science and Engineering on a full-time basis. Each travel grant will be a maximum of $2,000. The travel grants are to assist meeting the economy class round-trip airfare and living expenses involved in attending an overseas conference. Applications for support to attend a major conference in a recognized international series being held in Australia will also be considered.
The purpose of the Thesis Write-Up Stipend is to assist non-scholarship holder research higher degree students to write-up and submit their theses. The thesis write-up stipend will normally pay the equivalent of a Flinders University Research Scholarship for: six months full-time in the case of PhD and MD students; or three months full-time in the case of Masters students. Selection of award holders will be undertaken by the Scholarships Committee on the basis of the following criteria: maturity of the applicant's research (degree to which the thesis is prepared in draft, publications, conference papers presented, etc); the supervisor's appraisal of the quality of the thesis draft; and availability of other sources of support. More information and application forms can be obtained from the scholarships website.
The Australian-American Fulbright Commission is pleased to announce the Fulbright Future Scholarships – our most generous scholarship program ever. The new scholarship program seeks to improve the health, wellbeing, and prosperity of Australians by funding innovative, impact-focused projects. Fulbright Future Scholarships will fund projects that aim to advance cutting-edge applied science, kick start innovative business collaborations that foster the creation of new jobs, and further the development of impact-driven emergent technologies.
Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarships are available to Australian citizens to engage in 8 - 12 months of research relevant to an Australian PhD; or undertake an approved course of study in an American higher degree or its equivalent. These scholarships are aimed at current PhD students, honours students, or honours graduates who are considering postgraduate study in the US. Further information and application forms can be obtained from the website below.
Flinders University administers the Indigenous Commonwealth Scholarships on behalf of the Australian Government. The purpose of the Indigenous Commonwealth Scholarships is to provide financial assistance to suitably qualified indigenous students. Two types of scholarships are available: Indigenous Commonwealth Education Costs Scholarship and Enabling Indigenous Commonwealth Education Scholarship. In 2012 the scholarship value will be $2,377 per annum. Indigenous Commonwealth Education Costs Scholarships are available for a maximum of 4 years. Enabling Indigenous Commonwealth Education Scholarships are available for a maximum of 1 year. Further details are available on the application form.
The Joyner Scholarships in Arts, Law, Medicine and Science have been established to encourage postgraduate and other advanced research of original or progressive nature leading to advancement of knowledge in any branch or aspect of arts, law, medicine or science. The scholarships pay an indexed stipend which is 10% above the Australian Government Research Training Program rate for arts, law and science students. Joyner Scholarships are tenable for up to three years for a Doctorate by research, or up to two years for a Masters degree. Further information and application kits are available from the scholarships website.
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.