Awarded by University of South Australia
Promoting study and research in physics and chemistry.
Open to Australian citizens under the age of 25 years on January 1st of the year of the award, who have completed at least 4 years of tertiary education studies, have a First Class (Honours) (or equivalent undergraduate degree), and have enrolled as full-time students for a Master's Degree or Doctorate by research in chemistry or physics.
Up to 3 years (Doctorate) and 2 years (Masters Degree)
$7,500 per year
Applications can be filled online.
Bequest from the late Cedric Arnold Seth Ferry
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