Rotary Club of Keilor 'Judith Annette Thompson' PhD Scholarship
The objectives of Australian Rotary Health is to provide financial support for research projects conducted in Australia which have the potential to enhance the health of the community. To also stimulate research activities within Australia by facilitating communication between participants in specified fields and to support specific research fields for a minimum of three years.
Scholarship Value: $29,000
Length of Scholarship: 1 (one) year, maximum 3.5 years total
Opening Date: 24 October 2018
Closing Date: 15 February 2019
|Study Level||Postgraduate (Research)|
|Year of Study||Future/First Year|
|Citizenship||Australian Citizen; Permanent Resident|
|Study Mode||All modes|
|Study Load||Full time|
- Applicants must be an Australian Citizen or have Permanent Resident Status and not be under bond to any foreign government. Applicants are to provide evidence of citizenship or residential status.
- It is intended that the Funding Partner Scholarship will provide salary and incidental support for a postgraduate student who is undertaking full time research into Bowel Cancer.
- To qualify, projects must be undertaken within a university, public hospital, research institute or other body approved under Section 78 of the Income Assessment Act.
- Only applicants about to commence, or already those engaged in their first year of a PhD are eligible to apply for the Scholarship.
- Applicants must be FULL-TIME students and not be receiving an additional scholarship. Additional salaried work must not exceed NHMRC guidelines. Applicants enrolled in a combined degree are not eligible.
- Academic Record.
- Scientific excellence of the application.
- Feasibility of the proposed research.
- Quality of the intended supervisor/s
- Relevance to Community-Based Interventions.
Please refer to the scholarship page for more information on how to applyAll applicants, whether they are successful or unsuccessful, will be notified by mail in June 2019.
Rotary Club of Keilor