Sir John and Lady Higgins Research Scholarship
Awarded by University of Melbourne
For the development of the pastoral and agricultural industries.
Open to students undertaking a research higher degree in the fields of industrial chemistry and biochemistry.
- Every 2 years
2 years if masters or 3 years if PhD
Living allowance (Australian $28,000 per year full-time) and other benefits as per the APA
Applicants must indicate on SCHOLS, the online application service, their interest for this scholarship and explain how their research in industrial chemistry and biochemistry relates directly to the study and development of the pastoral and agricultural industries. Check website for more details.
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