MRIWA PhD Scholarships Program to Study in Western Australia 2021: The Minerals Research Institute of Western Australia (MRIWA) offers PhD scholarships to international and domestic students for new projects aligning with their Research Priority Plan. Scholarships can be held an any university in Western Australia for the 2020/21 academic session.
The scholarship is supported by the Government of Western Australia and is a fully funded PhD scholarship award. The category of scholarships available for the session are the Odwyn Jones Scholarship and the MRIWA Research Scholarship for Women.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Government of Western Australia
Scholarship to be taken at: Australia
Scholarship level: Postgraduate
Scholarship Worth: Full Tuition fees, $30,000 Stipend annually, $5,000 annual Research Support
Subject Eligibility: Courses tenable at the university
Country/Candidate Eligibility: The scholarship is for international and domestic students.
Scholarship Eligibility and Selection Criteria: To be considered for the MRIWA PhD Scholarships Program to Study in Western Australia 2021, applicants are to meet the following criteria:
- Applicants must apply for admission into a full-time PhD course at any university in Western Australia for the 2020/21 academic session.
- Applicants must have obtained good grades in relevant courses in their bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from a recognized university.
- Applicants applying for the scholarship will need to demonstrate alignment with the priorities outlined in the Research Plan of Western Australia and how the benefit will be realised.
- Applicants must demonstrate strong leadership and academic potentials as evident in their scholarly publication history.
- Applicants must be willing to abide by the guidelines governing the conducts of students at Western Australian universities.
Application Procedures for the MRIWA PhD Scholarships Program to Study in Western Australia 2021
Applicants are first required to enrol in a doctoral research degree at their preferred university. Applicant’s university application documents will be evaluated by MRIWA as part of the scholarship assessment process.
Once you have submitted an application to your preferred university, provide an Expression of Interest (EOI) to MRIWA. Candidates are advised to begin preparing relevant documentation as early as possible. All documentation must be submitted in English. Where original documents are in another language, they must be translated into English by an accredited translator, and the translation must bear evidence of this accreditation. Applicants are to follow the Proposal template provided in preparing their proposals.
EOI must be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline: 31 October, 2020