About the university:
Deakin university is one of the top public universities in Australia. It holds great facilities including clinical simulation centers, an elite sports complex, and an outstanding engineering center.
The university consists of four faculties (Arts and Education, Business and Law, Health, and Science, Engineering and the Built Environment). The faculties include various departments, such as education, midwifery, psychology, information technology, and life and environmental sciences. At Deakin University, there are many student societies and clubs coordinated by the student union.
- Host University: Deakin University, Australia;
- Study Level: Masters and PhD Levels;
- Scholarship Type: Partial Funding;
- Scholarship Worth: 28,900$;
- Application Deadline: February 2, 2023.
- Target: International Students;
- Subjects Available: Intelligent System Research and Innovation, Arts and Education, Frontier Materials, Business and Law, Science, Engineering and Built Environment, Health;
Partial funding Scholarships at Deakin University are for all International, Masters and PhD students in the fields mentioned above.
- Annual tax-free allowance of $28,900;
- A $500 to $1,500 relocation benefit for students from a foreign state or country;
- An international student health policy is required for the term of the visa.
- Registration within an HDR program as domestic or international student is required in order to be considered for an RTP allowance, RTP fee offset, RTP allowance, or DUPRS
- Qualification for an RTP expense allowance requires the applicant not to be awarded a Commonwealth grant or corresponding scholarship.
- Qualification for an RTP or DUPRS allowance requires the applicant not to have received any other income greater than 75% of the RTP or DUPRS allowance during the period of study.
- Applicants are required to have concluded at least four years of higher education with first class honors.
- Completion of a research assignment, thesis included, which equates at least 25% of a year of full time studies with a grade of at least 70% and at a level 8 at least of the Australian Qualifications Framework.
- The applicant must have successfully completed a research project (thesis included) which equates at least 25% of a year of full time studies with a grade of at least 65% and at a level 8 at least of the Australian Qualifications Framework.
- To verify eligibility, applicants should refer to the following website: https://www.deakin.edu.au/research/research-degrees-and-PhD/research-degree-entry-pathways/
- Applicants are encouraged to get in touch with a research manager for a consultation about their research subject before they begin the process of application. For more information, refer to the following website: https://www.deakin.edu.au/research/research-degrees-and-PhD/how-to-find-a-research-supervisor.
- CV or Resume;
- University transcripts;
- Latest research degree;
- Proof of identification and citizenship;
- Proof of English proficiency, refer to the following website for more information “https://www.deakin.edu.au/research/research-degrees-and-PhD/research-applications” ;
- Two recommendation letters from current or former professors or professional supervisors;
- Research proposal: overview of the proposed research topic. For the proposal guidelines, refer to the following website. “https://www.deakin.edu.au/research/research-degrees-and-PhD/research-applications/preparing-a-research-proposal“.
Applicants must submit certified copies by mail. These copies should be authenticated by following approved parties:
- A Justice of the Peace;
- A notary public;
- An Australian consular officer or an Australian diplomatic officer (as defined in the Consular Fees Act 1955);
- A Commonwealth or Australian Trade Commission employee working outside Australia;
- An international student recruitment agency.