Fully Funded Glenn and Ken Moss PhD Scholarships in Australia 2024-25

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Deadline:
31 December 2024
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Introduction

The Fully Funded Glenn and Ken Moss PhD Scholarships in Australia are open to Australian nationals. It is offered for PhD degree in the field of Mechanical Engineering. The deadline for sending your application is Deadline varies. This scholarship is provided by the University of Newcastle. 

This donor-funded supplementation scholarship has been established and funded for the University of Newcastle students studying for a PhD (Mechanical Engineering) or PhD (Mechatronics) who are Australian Citizens or Australian Permanent Residents residing in Australia.

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Benefits

The benefits of the Fully Funded Glenn and Ken Moss PhD Scholarships in Australia are:

1. A living allowance benefit of $6,000 per annum for up to a maximum of 3.5 years (full-time) for a PhD program.

2. A once-off $4,000 for research expenses (e.g., computers, equipment, consumables, and thesis preparation) and travel to use during their candidature

3. A once-off of $5,000 to attend and participate at an international conference during their candidature.

Eligibility

The eligibility criteria for the Fully Funded Glenn and Ken Moss PhD Scholarships in Australia are stated below:

1. Applicants must be enrolled in a PhD (Mechanical Engineering) or PhD (Mechatronics).

2. Candidates must be Australian Citizens or Australian Permanent Residents residing in Australia.

3. Students must have successfully completed the Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (Honours) or Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours) with a grade of First Class Honours. Note that in determining an equivalent level of academic attainment, consideration may be given to previous study, relevant work experience, research publications and other research experience at the University of Newcastle.

4. Candidates must be enrolled full-time and on campus and maintain this enrolment for the duration of the PhD candidature.

5. Students must currently be receiving a University of Newcastle stipend scholarship of either a Research Training Program (RTP), a University of Newcastle Research Scholarship Central (UNRSC), a University of Newcastle Research Scholarship External (UNRSE), or a Business & Industry Scholarship.

6. Applicants should not be in receipt of a supplementation scholarship of above $15,640.50, as a candidate cannot receive benefits greater than 75% of the stipend.

7. Candidates must submit an expression of interest and any required documentation no later than the application closing date.

Others

Documents required:

1. An expression of interest including the following information:

a) Details of your current Ph.D. enrolment at the University of Newcastle, including start date, program, on/off campus, part-time/full-time enrolment, research topic, current supervisors

b) An overview of your proposed research and the long-term benefits of your research work

c) List of completed tertiary qualifications and copies of your tertiary transcripts if your qualifications are not from the University of Newcastle.

2. A Curriculum Vitae

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