Monash University offers Co-funded Monash Graduate Scholarships to assist international students pursuing Research Doctorate and Research Master’s degrees. The enrolling faculty/academic unit co-funds these scholarships, which are available to help students with living expenses while attending Monash University.
About Monash University
Monash University (/mnae/) is a public research university with its headquarters in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The second-oldest institution in the state, Sir John Monash Institution was founded in 1958 and is named after the well-known World War I general. The university has multiple campuses, including one in Malaysia and four in Victoria (Clayton, Caulfield, Peninsula, and Parkville). Additionally, Monash has research and teaching sites in Tangerang, Indonesia, Mumbai, China, and Prato, Italy. Courses from Monash University are also available in other areas, such as South Africa.
The Victorian College of Pharmacy, the Australian Stem Cell Centre, the Monash Law School, the Monash Science Technology Research and Innovation Precinct (STRIP), the Australian Synchrotron, and 100 research centers as well as 17 cooperative research centers are just a few of Monash’s significant research facilities. Its total revenue in 2019 was close to $2.72 billion (AUD), with an external research income of about $462 million. In 2019, Monash has more than 25,000 graduate and 55,000 undergraduate students enrolled. More people apply to this university than to any other in Victoria.
Monash is the only Australian institution to be a member of the M8 Alliance of Academic Health Centers, Universities, and National Academies. It is also one of Australia’s Group of Eight research universities, a member of the ASAIHL, and a member of the ASAIHL. Based on the number of alumni identified as CEOs in the 500 largest global firms, Monash is one of the Australian universities to be ranked in the École des Mines de Paris (Mines ParisTech) ranking.
The Clayton, Caulfield, Parkville, and Peninsula campuses of Monash are among the universities in Australia where it is hardest for domestic students to get accepted, according to the Good Universities Guide, with each campus obtaining a score of 5/5 for entry requirements. Monash is the Australian university in Victoria with the largest demand for admissions from domestic high school graduates. One in four candidates in 2009 listed Monash as their top choice. This translates to more than 15,000 first preferences among high school graduates in Victoria.
More Victoria’s top 5% of high school graduates select Monash than any other university. Monash had by a wide margin the greatest enrollment of any Victorian institution in 2010 with about 50% of the top 5% of high school graduates choosing to enroll there.
Co-funded Monash Graduate Scholarship – Benefits
The Co-funded Monash Graduate Scholarship provides:
You must fit one of these categories:
- a university student from abroad
- You must meet the qualifications for both Monash’s English language proficiency requirements and Monash’s competitive scholarship selection process requirements.
Interview Date, Process, and Venue for Co-funded Monash Graduate Scholarship (CF-MGS)
Scholarships from Monash are given out in a very competitive process based on your academic standing, any published research, and prior research experience. If you are granted a CF-MGS, please make sure you are aware of the terms and benefits as outlined in the policy and procedures.
Co-funded Monash Graduate Scholarship – Application Procedure
If you haven’t already started your study, you should apply for the Co-funded Monash Graduate Scholarship at that time. Whether you are a returning or first-time applicant for admission and/or a scholarship, the same application process is followed through our Applicant Portal. You don’t need to mention which scholarship you’re applying for because, if you’re eligible, you’ll be taken into account for all graduate research fellowships.
INTERNATIONAL (Round 1)
opens 1 September, completes 31 March
INTERNATIONAL (Round 3)
starts 1 April, closes 31 August
Submission Deadline: August 31, 2023
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