Application is now open for the ANU Eccles Ph.D. Scholarship in Medical Sciences at the Australian National University. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About Australian National University (ANU) and Scholarship
Australia’s capital city of Canberra is home to the Australian National University (ANU), a public research institution, and a Group of Eight members. Its main Acton campus has various national academies and institutions in addition to seven teaching and research colleges.
The 2022 QS World University Rankings have ANU first in Australia and the Southern Hemisphere, and the Times Higher Education rankings place it second. It is ranked equal to 54th by the 2022 Times Higher Education and equal 27th by the 2022 QS Globe University Rankings among all universities in the globe. The Global Employability University Ranking and Survey places ANU at number 20 in 2021 (first in Australia).
ANU is the only university that was established by the Australian Parliament; it was founded in 1946. Canberra University College, which began operations in 1929 and joined ANU in 1960, can be linked to it. 13,329 undergraduate and 11,021 graduate students are enrolled at ANU, which has 4,517 staff employees. The endowment of the institution was A$1.8 billion as of 2018.
49 Rhodes scholars and six Nobel laureates are among the academics and alumni of ANU. Graduates of the university include two prime ministers and more than a dozen department heads in the present Australian government. Online access to the most recent versions of ANU’s scholarly publications is provided via ANU Press.
In the 2022 Times Higher Education rankings, the University of New England (ANU) and the University of Queensland tied for second place in Australia and the globe, respectively. According to the 2022 QS World University Rankings, ANU was placed 27th overall and first in Australia. ANU placed first in Australia and 15th overall in the 2020 Times Higher Education Global Employability University Ranking, which evaluates the employability of university grads.
An Eccles Ph.D. Scholarship in Medical Sciences is something that the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR) could grant each year. The fellowship intends to entice highly qualified overseas students to pursue higher-degree research in neurosciences at JCSMR.
Details about ANU Eccles Ph.D. Scholarship in Medical Sciences:
Scholarship Sponsor: John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR)
Scholarship Value: $34,000 per annum
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: PhD
Host Institution(s): Australian National University
The scholarship will offer overseas students a fee-waiver award as well as an annual living expense stipend paid biweekly in arrears. The scholarship also includes provisions for paid medical, maternity, and paternity leaves as well as compensation for thesis expenses.
Eligibility Criteria for ANU Eccles Ph.D. Scholarship in Medical Sciences
The ANU Eccles Ph.D. Scholarship in Medical Sciences is open to aspiring students who meet the following criteria:
- is an international student;
- is enrolled full-time at the Australian National University’s John Curtin School of Medical Research in a doctor of philosophy program;
- has a First Class Honours Australian Bachelor’s Degree or its equivalent, and possesses research papers and/or related research experience.
International applicants must submit their admissions applications by August 31 to be eligible for this award in the main round of scholarship offerings. Before applying for admission, it is strongly advised to speak with the appropriate Graduate Studies Convener or a potential supervisor to go through the suggested research subject and any pertinent issues.
Application Process for ANU Eccles Ph.D. Scholarship in Medical Sciences
There is no separate scholarship application because students are automatically evaluated if they satisfy the requirements outlined in the Eligibility section. You can visit the official website for further details.
The Application Deadline is: August 31, 2023
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