Graduate Research Scholarships in Developing Multi-Functional Fluorescent Probe Australia, 2022/2023
La Trobe University is ranked 201 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. The university is committed to the accessibility and the quality of education in Australia with a singular approach to analysis and development. The university has been proactive in achieving international acceptance, increasing its operations across many campuses in Victoria and New South Wales, and generating newest analysis to confront today’s important challenges.
The university has been awarded with a QS 5-star rating for providing glorious facilities, education and analysis, also as being very accommodating, responsive and international.
The cooperative learning and advancement program offered by the La Trobe university combines each student and business input, then matches educational steerage with learning and teaching experience.
- Host University: La Trobe University;
- Host Country: Australia;
- Study Level: PhD;
- Scholarship Type: Partial Funding;
- Scholarship Worth: Check the details below;
- Eligible Countries: National and International Students;
- Subjects: Developing Multi-Functional Fluorescent Probes for Global Analysis of proteome Stress in Cells.
- Application Deadline: July 31st, 2022.
Project Based Graduate Research Scholarships are available for National and International Students (PhD) in the field of Developing Multi-Functional Fluorescent Probes for Global Analysis of proteome Stress in Cells at La Trobe University, Australia.
La Trobe University will pay a salary to successful applicants in Australia for the academic year 2022/2023.
To be eligible, applicants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens or permanent residents and international applicants currently in Australia. They should have a background in organic compound design and synthesis; knowledge and experience in molecular and cell biology is desirable; experience in proteomic mass spectrometry is highly desirable.
National applicants apply by e-mail: [email protected]. International applications can be submitted via the international online application system. After accessing the online system and entering and submitting your details, you will receive an email with your username and password to log in to the student portal and start your online application. You will need to scan and upload all the documents required for your application to be considered and complete the research declaration form.
Submit the following documents:
- University transcripts and graduation certificates (originals or certified copies),
- A professional CV (resume) describing relevant work experience, academic awards, research history, etc, details of any publications, and a copy of Master’s thesis (with at least two chapters translated into English if not written in English),
- A preliminary research proposal (300 words maximum),
- Any other documents stipulated in the fellowship announcement for advertised fellowships or projects,
- A birth certificate or citizenship certificate (original or certified copy, for national applicants only),
- If you hold a valid passport or Australian visa, you must attach a copy to your application.
Candidates are required to comply with the university’s entry requirements.
Fellowships are available for specific funded projects, including specialist industrial and international opportunities, or for broader research themes or areas where you can develop your own research proposal. You can find out more about the scholarship opportunities on the official website below.
Conditions of Language:
Students must have the minimum language skills required to undertake undergraduate, postgraduate and research studies at La Trobe. However, some courses at La Trobe require a higher level of English language proficiency than these minimum grades.
For more details, please visit the official website: