|Deadline:||31 December 2020|
|Provider:||Australian National University|
|Study Level:||Masters , PhD , Postgraduate|
|Subjets:||Subjects offered by the university|
|Funding Types:||Partial Scholarships , Fully Funded Scholarships|
ANU Fenner School of Environment & Society PhD International Scholarship:
The Australian National University is providing an opportunity of getting financial support through Fenner School of Environment & Society PhD International Scholarship. The grant is open to both domestic and international student for the academic year 2020-2021.
The funding program attracts the highest calibre students to pursue postgraduate research for a PhD degree within the Fenner School.Established in 1946, the Australian National University is regarded as one of the world’s leading research universities. It is well known for its programs in the arts and social sciences and ranks among the best in the world for a number of disciplines including politics and international relations.
Why at the Australian National University? The university offers funding opportunities with accommodation or teaching support and particularly ranks among the best in the world for a number of disciplines. Here students will learn from award-winning teachers and help candidates in reaching their future goals.
ANU Fenner School of Environment & Society PhD International Scholarship Benefits:
The Australian National University offers a scholarship of $28,092 per annum for both domestic and international students. In addition to the fortnightly stipend, the program also provides the following benefits: Dependent Child Allowance (for international recipients), Relocation Allowance and Thesis reimbursement.
ANU Fenner School of Environment & Society PhD International Scholarship Eligibility:
Eligible Countries: All nationalities.
Acceptable Course or Subjects: PhD degree program at the Fenner School of Environment and Society.
Admissible Criteria: To be eligible, applicants must have to meet the following criteria:
Hold an Australian Bachelor degree with at least Second Class Honours – Upper (First Class Honours is often required) or its international equivalent, or
Another degree with a significant research/thesis component.
Hold a combination of qualifications, research publications and/or professional experience related to the field of study.