Course(s) Offered: Several fields (see below)
Course Level: Postgraduate Research (masters, doctoral)
Provider: Curtin University
Country to Study in: Australia
The Curtin International Postgraduate Research Scholarships (CIPRS) is available to any international student wishing to commence a Higher Degree by Research at Curtin for the first time in 2013.
This scholarship is awarded to students to attract top quality international postgraduate students to areas of research strength in the Australian higher education sector and support Australia’s research efforts.
Recipients of this award are usually nominated by the Faculty.
The award is open to citizens of an overseas country (excluding New Zealand).
Scholarships will be awarded on academic merit and research capacity to suitably qualified overseas graduates eligible to commence a higher degree by research in 2013.
Citizens of ALL countries (EXCEPT New Zealand)
Curtin University, Western Australia
Fields of study
The Faculties are:
- Science & Engineering
- Centre for Aboriginal Studies
- Health Sciences
- Curtin Business School
Thirty grants is the maximum number that will be awarded
Two years for a Master's (by Research) and a maximum of three and a half years for a Doctoral degree
The CIPRS provides:
- Course tuition fee for two years for a Master's (by Research) and a maximum of three and a half years for a Doctoral degree; and
- awardee are usually offered a stipend from either Faculty/government project or external organisation funding equivalent to the amount of an APA award.
The application process:
- Future students, please refer to the Guidelines for Higher Degree by Research Candidates for information on admissions and scholarship requirements.
- Current student should discuss with their supervisor in the first instance.
There is no deadline date applied to this scholarship award. Applications are accepted at any time
Curtin University (a trademark of Curtin University of Technology) is an Australian public research university based in Bentley, Perth, Western Australia. The university is named after the 14th Prime Minister of Australia, John Curtin, and is the largest university in Western Australia, with locations in Perth, Margaret River, Kalgoorlie, Malaysia and Singapore. Curtin was conferred university status after legislation was passed by the Parliament of Western Australia in 1986.
Application Deadline: Rolling
Open to International students: Yes
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