The Graduate School of Health at the University of Technology Sydney is offering Ph.D. research scholarships in the area of Speech Pathology. Scholarships are available to suitable domestic, and international applicants the University of Technology Sydney is a public research university located in Sydney, Australia. Although its origins are said to trace back to the 1870s, the university founded in its current form in 1988.
The applicant should have an excellent command of English language. Therefore, the application should write in English
- Degree Level: Scholarships are open to pursuing Ph.D. programme.
- Available Subject: Scholarship awarded in the area of Speech Pathology
- Eligible Nationalities: Scholarships are available to suitable domestic and international applicants.
What are they offering
- The full-time pay rate associated with the scholarships is $27,082.00 per annum tax exempt. The total value of the award is AU$81,246 over three years.
- Tuition fees for domestic (Australian citizen or permanent visa holder) candidates automatically covered by the Australian Government Research Training Program Fees Offset (Domestic). A successful international candidate may offer a UTS International Tuition Fee Waiver.
- Please note that this program governed by RTPS Conditions of Award. The successful applicant must commence in either Spring 2018 (preferably) or Autumn 2019 intake.
- In addition to the scholarship, the Graduate School of Health also provides approx.$1,500 per annum to directly support the research related activities (conference travel, training, copy editing, participant recruitment, etc.)
To be considered for the Ph.D., applicants must have:
- A completed a Masters (at least two years) with a significant research component (a thesis component of approximately 50 percent of the degree and 20,000 words) at distinction level unless the following exemption applies.
- Ph.D. applicants may be exempt from having to demonstrate either completed Masters with a significant research component if they can also show equivalence through having completed a research-intensive undergraduate degree.
- Demonstrate the capacity to undertake independent research through prior research engagement (e.g., as a research assistant with responsibilities in the conduct of research with publication in peer-reviewed journals).
- Ph.D. applicants must also demonstrate their interest in the area of research and their strong quantitative, analytical, and writing skills.
Students will be required to submit a full application which includes all of the information listed in the table below and any other information as listed on the website, as well as satisfy entry requirements.
- A personal statement (750 words maximum) outlining your suitability for undertaking a Ph.D., what you hope to achieve from your research, and your research experience to date.
- Academic curriculum vitae.
- Official academic transcripts (undergraduate and postgraduate), including master’s thesis results (if applicable).
- Evidence of writing for research output (e.g., peer-reviewed publications) demonstrating your capacity to undertake independent research, if applicable)
- Proof of English proficiency (if not having completed a minimum of Five years study in Australia).
- Written references to include contact details for proper academic referees (only two required).
- Evidence of prizes, scholarships, and awards (certificates, statements of the award).
- To be considered for this opportunity, please register your Expression of Interest (EOI) directly by applying to the UTS’s website.
May 31, 2018
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