The UQ AHURI PhD Scholarship
Awarded by University of Queensland
The scholarship holder is required to undertake research on a topic related to the research and policy areas included in the AHURI research agenda.
The student awarded the UQ AHURI PhD scholarship may also be recommended for an AHURI 'top-up' scholarship of $7,000 per year to supplement the AHURI PhD scholarship.
Applicants must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident or New Zealand citizen at the application closing date; may be any age; must meet the University's English proficiency requirements; must enrol for a full-time research higher degree (part-time awards are available in exceptional circumstances); must hold or expect to hold a Bachelor's degree with Honours Class I, or a qualification deemed equivalent. This qualification must be in a relevant field; must have completed at least 4 years of full-time equivalent tertiary education.
$22,500 per year
University of Queensland
The University of Queensland (UQ) is one of Australia¹s premier learning and research institutions. It is the oldest university in Queensland and has produced almost 197,000 graduates since opening in 1911. Its graduates have become leaders in all areas of society and industry.
UQ is one of the three Australian members of the global Universitas 21 alliance. This group aims to enhance the quality of university outcomes through international benchmarking and a joint venture e-learning project with The Thomson Corporation.