Edith Cowan University International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (ECUPRS Int)
- Master, Phd
- Fully Funded
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The ECUPRS Int. scheme is both prestigious and highly competitive. ECUPRS Int. scholarships are offered each year for tenure at Edith Cowan University. The scholarships provide the recipient with tuition fee and health care cover for the duration of their research degree. In addition, each successful ECUPRS Int. recipient will be offered an ECU International Stipend (ECUIS) to meet living costs for the same period.
You need to follow these steps to apply for a scholarship for a Masters by Research, Professional Doctorate or Doctor of Philosophy course (Higher Degree by Research):
Before you apply for a scholarship, you must apply for admission into a Higher Degree by Research course We encourage all applicants to read the Scholarship Conditions: APA, ECU-PRS and ECU Research Excellence Awards (PDF) to understand the application process, selection criteria and the requirements on them as scholarship recipients Complete the Scholarship Application (.DOC), including:Outline of your research topic Information on your research publications or research grants you have received: Documenting Your Research Experience (PDF) Academic Referees to support your scholarship application, using the PG Academic Referee Report (PDF)
Applicants should have completed at least four years of tertiary education study at a high level of achievement for example:
Four year degree (e.g. Engineering or Law) Three year degree and one of the following: Honours year one year of a higher degree one year of a Masters preliminary or other qualifying programme Postgraduate diploma
The awardees should also have:
Completed a Bachelor Degree with First Class Honours, or be regarded by the ECU as having an equivalent level of attainment Must have their course application for study in the PhD or Master by research programme approved by ECU before being considered for an offer of a scholarship
Where an offer of a place in the course is conditional, an applicant is normally not eligible for scholarship consideration until that condition has been met. The intention to undertake study in a course and research topic within one of the University's areas of research activity
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Amount: $26,000 per year (tax free) stipend/living allowance plus tuition fees and overseas health cover paid
Method: Electronic funds transfer
1-2 years for a Master by research dependant on course length Up to 3 years for a Doctor of Philosophy (PHD)
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