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University of New South Wales (UNSW) Faculty and Donor Funded Scholarships in Australia 2021-2022

University of New South Wales (UNSW) Faculty and Donor Funded ScholarshipsApplications are currently welcomed from eligible and outstanding students for University of New South Wales UNSW Faculty and Donor Funded Scholarships. These scholarships are available to international students enrolling for postgraduate studies.

The scholarships are available to full-time and part-time candidates. The duration and payment of the scholarships will be pro rata if awarded to a part time candidate.

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 Scholarship Sponsor(s):  University of New South Wales, Australia

Scholarship Type:  Tuition fee Discount Scholarship

Host Institution(s): University of New South Wales, Australia

Scholarship Worth:  Up to $45,000 annual living allowance for up to 4 years

 Number of Awards:  Several

Study Level:  Masters and PhD

Nationality:  International Students


 

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University of New South Wales Faculty and Donor Funded Scholarships  | DETAILS

The scholarship is available to full-time and part-time candidates. The duration and payment of the scholarship will be pro rata if awarded to a part time candidate.

ARC Centre of Excellence Scholarship for Automated Decision-Making UNSW   

The purpose of the Scholarship is to support PhD candidates working on a topic related to the sociocultural aspects of automated decision-making in health or medicine under the supervision of Professor Deborah Lupton at the UNSW Node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making + Society. $30,000 annual living allowance for up to 4 years.

ARC Indigenous Scholarship in Early Childhood Education and Care

The ARC Linkage Project responds to enduring inequalities in children’s participation in high quality early childhood education and care (ECEC). The PhD position requires a first or upper. The award covers $42,000 annual living allowance for up to 2 years for Masters by Research, and up to 3.5 years for PhD second-class Honours degree (Honours 2/1) or a completed MA by Research degree (or equivalent qualifications).

ARC Laureate PhD Scholarships in The Regulation of the Data Revolution

The Faculty of Law & Justice, UNSW Sydney, wishes to offer two PhD Scholarships for applicants with outstanding research potential and an interest in how society might best regulate the rise of data and its algorithmic analysis. This award covers $28,597 p.a, plus Faculty top-up ($5,000 p.a.) Up to 4 years, subject to confirmation of candidature and satisfactory progress.

ARC PhD Scholarship in Design

This PhD scholarship is available for exceptional students to complete a PhD in Design supervised by Scientia Professor and ARC Laureate Fellow Dennis Del Favero (UNSW, School of Art & Design) and Professor Maurice Pagnucco (UNSW, School of Computer Science & Engineering) beginning in 2021. The scholarship is available to undertake a practice-based design research PhD, which will focus on a range of areas including interaction and visual design. It covers $33,281 annual living allowance for up to 3 years, beginning in 2021.

ARC PhD Scholarship in Immersive Data Visualisation

One scholarship is available for an exceptional student to complete a PhD in Immersive Data
Visualisation supervised by Scientia Professor and ARC Laureate Fellow Dennis Del Favero
(UNSW, iCinema Centre, School of Art & Design), Professor Maurice Pagnucco (UNSW,
School of Computer Science & Engineering) and A/Professor Tomasz Bednarz (UNSW,
EPICentre, School of Art & Design) beginning in 2022. The scholarship is available to
undertake postgraduate research in the area of Data Visualisation for AR/VR technologies. Covers $27,609 for up to 3 years (tax free).

ARC PhD Scholarship in Stakeholder Views of Autonomy in Reproductive Genomics

ARC are offering a scholarship for a PhD candidate as part of an interdisciplinary research project: Theories of Autonomy in Reproductive Genomic Technologies (TARGeT: https://targetautonomy.blogspot.com/). You will be based in the School of Social Sciences and the Disability Innovation Institute, University of New South Wales. $28,597 per annum (tax free)

ARC Training Centre for Automated Manufacture of Advanced Composites (AMAC) PhD Scholarship

This PhD project is part of a DST Group research program to understand durability of composite materials under operational conditions including the effects of water absorption and foreign body impact behaviour. It covers $41,209 for 3 years, with a possible 6-month extension. The successful applicant will be entitled to a support package of up to AUD$ 10,000 per annum for career development activities.

Engineering Research Ambassador Award

The Engineering Research Ambassador Award (ERAA) supports highly motivated HDR students who are keen to promote the Faculty’s research throughout UNSW and the wider community with a particular focus on the undergraduate student community. ERAA recipients may be invited to participate in activities aimed at increasing the appeal and visibility of Engineering research activities and higher degrees by research. Covers $15,000 p.a. top-up award for 3.5 years for a PhD.

National Heart Foundation

During the course of this PhD the successful candidate will undertake a range of computational and experimental testing to develop the next generation of stent designs. These are commonly used small scaffolding mesh wire devices to open blocked arteries and restore circulation. The work promises improve the lives of more than 2 million stent patients each year world-wide. It covers $43,281 for up to 3.5 years (tax free).

NeuRA (Neuroscience Research Australia) Scholarship for Masters / PhD in Multiple Sclerosis Research

We are offering a scholarship for a full-time Masters or PhD student to work on a research project aiming to improve walking in people with Multiple Sclerosis. The project is funded by MS Research Australia and Multiple Sclerosis Limited and involves an initial cross-sectional study to determine the impact of muscle weakness on impaired walking in people with MS, followed by a randomised-controlled trial to test an effective approach to improve walking in people with MS. This covers $30,000 pa for up to 3.5 years.

PhD Scholarship in Energy Storage

The project offers the PhD candidate an opportunity to enter an exciting critical field for energy storage and be part of an international leading research team. The scholarship is open to both domestic and international students. The scholarship is open to both international and domestic applicants. The scholarship covers $28,092 per annum living expenses.

PhD Scholarship in Energy Storage Project SONAR

The project offers the PhD candidate an opportunity to enter an exciting critical field for energy storage and be part of an international research consortium. Further information on Project SONAR and partners can be found at https://www.sonar-redox.eu/en/About.html. The scholarship is open to both international and domestic applicants. It covers $28,092 per annum living expenses.

PhD Scholarship – Quantum Technology in Space

This project offers the PhD candidate the opportunity to enter an exciting and emerging technology frontier that is positioned at the interface of advanced quantum physics and space-based technology. This three-year PhD Scholarship is sponsored in part by the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Baltimore) and Northrop Grumman Corporation (Baltimore). $45,000 per annum for 3 years, $16,000 per annum top up scholarship for 3 years, $5,000 per annum for travel to the United States and international conferences.

Masters of Philosophy Scholarship from the School of Computer Science and Engineering – Formal Methods for Fault Tolerant Autonomy

Expressions of interest are invited for a two year scholarship expected to be offered for a Masters of Philosophy (MPhil) candidate in the School of Computer Science and Engineering. This award covers $38,000 per annum for two years plus top up.


 

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Application Procedures

How-to-Apply:  Applicants should submit:

  • A one-page statement addressing how you meet the selection criteria on engagement, communication, and leadership.
  • A three-minute video (or a link to a three-minute video) explaining why they would be a great candidate for the scholarship.
  • An up-to-date CV

Candidates must submit the above by completing this form. The outcome will be available from late July 2021.

For any further information. Please contact us via email at scholarships@eng.unsw.edu.au.

Application Deadline:  June 25, 2021

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