Macquarie University MQRES PhD Scholarships: Macquarie University MQRES PhD Scholarships
The Macquarie University Research Excellence Scholarship (MQRES) scheme is a Doctoral (PhD) scholarship program. The university is offering International Research Training Program Scholarships (iRTP) along with MQRES.
The university is based in Australia and is one of the leading universities there.
The scholarship would support exceptional research students. The students must have enrolled in research priority areas in accordance with the University’s Strategic Research Framework 2015 to 2024 World.
Level of Study: Doctoral degree programme
Subject Areas: subjects would cover priority areas aligned with the University’s Strategic Research Framework 2015 to 2024 World – Leading Research with World – Changing Impact, as well as the broader University.
- 3 years for iRTP applicants for a PhD
- 2 years for MPhil candidates
- For iRTP applicants the scholarship would cover
- Tuition fee
- A travel allowance (applied to the OPAL travel card) and
- A stipend (living allowance) currently valued at $27,082 pa, tax-exempt (2018 rate)
- The applicants who are applying for admission to Ph.D. and are counter-offered entry to MRes Year 2 with a provisional 3-year Ph.D. and who also rank competitively for the scholarship may be offered a scholarship to cover their MRes 2nd Year program.
- Neither the iRTP nor the iMQRES nor MRes/Ph.D. would cover relocation costs, establishment allowances or thesis allowances.
- The fully internally funded iMQRES, offers the same stipend plus tuition fees for up to 3 years for students enrolling in 2019.
Nationality: open for countries other than Australia and New Zealand.
- The applicant must have already completed or expect to complete research master’s degree in 2018
- The candidate must enrol as full-time students
- The eligible candidate must be ready to undertake a Masters of Philosophy or Doctorate in 2019
- The successful candidates would be required to live in Sydney during the award tenure unless they are given an overseas research leave.
The scholarship will not be available to those who:
- Are in receipt of another equivalent or major award, scholarship or salary to undertake the proposed program
- Have already completed a research Doctoral degree or its equivalent
- Have already completed a higher degree in research at the same level or at a higher level than the proposed candidature
- Provide false or misleading information to the University.
- Where there is reason to believe this condition has not been upheld, the University reserves the right to reassess the student’s entitlement to the award.
Other details: Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC):
- The candidates who have been offered an iRTP or iMQRES scholarship will need to purchase overseas student health cover for the full visa period.
- Proof of efficiency in English would be required from applicants whose first language is not English.
- The overseas student health cover would be required to be purchased at the time of acceptance as per Australian Government requirements.
- An additional 8 months after the course end date OSHC would be required to be purchased for the student visa (subclass 500).
- The successful candidates will have the overseas student health cover fee confirmed at the time of offer.
- Overseas student health cover fees quoted here are based on 2017 as per Health Provider’s fee schedule:
- 22 months single policy $1,151 (MRes Year 2) and
- 45 months single policy $2,633 (PhD). Dual family and Multi-family quotes are available upon request.
How to apply: Mode of application is online.
- In the eApplication portal, the applicant must indicate iRTP/iMQRES in the scholarship question.
- There is a single online application to apply for both candidature and scholarship for the new applicants.
Required Documents: The applicant must include an official English translation if documents are not in English. The documents required are: –
- Academic transcripts and Degree /graduation certificates confirming eligibility for the award.
- The qualification’s grading scale
- A certified copy of proof of identity, such as personal details page(s) of your passport
- An original or certified copy of documents providing evidence of any name change (if applicable)
- Evidence of meeting the English language proficiency requirements
- A research proposal outline with reference list (general guidelines are provided on the How to Apply Entry Requirements webpage. Please check with Faculty/Department of interest for length)
- Other relevant documents such as research output
- Applicants must request their referees to send the Academic Referee Reports directly to email@example.com.
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|Deadline||31st July (Yearly)|
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