The University of Technology, Sydney in Australia is taking applications for the UTS International Research Scholarships for the 2021/2022 school year.
The UTS International Research Scholarship (UTS IRS) is offered by the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) a component of its long term devotion to globalization with a specific view to enhancing its foreign links and profile in research. It is directed at attracting exceptional foreign students to work in areas of research strength at the school.
UTS degrees have a specialised concentration on practice-based learning, quality teaching and effective research. They make sure you finish with as much practical experience as possible, making you enticing to employers.
Worth of UTS International Research Scholarships
The complete tuition fee – Up to 3 years.
The IRS only provides tuition fees for a PhD or masters by research degree. It does not award for the expense of standard Overseas Health Cover (OSHC), Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF), living stipend, travel, workshop attendance, medical and other expenses linked with the grant or renewal of a student visa, thesis costs, the expense of English language testing, tuition fees for bridging English language programs, or expenses linked with study-related field trips. The UTS International Research Scholarships is not movable to another school.
Eligibility for UTS International Research Scholarships
To be considered eligible, candidates have to;
- be a foreign student as described in the Higher Education Support Act 2003 (Cth); and
- buy and keep a standard OSHC policy sanctioned by the Commonwealth government Department of Health and Ageing; and
- be starting full-time enrolment in a Higher Degree by Research (HDR) at the school;
- be undergoing study in a subject area specified by the University as one of its areas of research focus; and
- not possess a research qualification seen by the University to be equal to an Australian research PhD degree or, if undergoing a research master’s degree program, not hold a research qualification seen by the provider to be equal to or more than an Australian research master’s degree qualification; and
- not have had an Australian Agency for International Development scholarship award within the two years before starting the UTS IRS; and
- not be getting a scholarship award for which program tuition is a constituent under any other scholarship award scheme to which the Australian Government makes a significant contribution; and
- not in the past have obtained UTS International Research Scholarships for a research doctorate degree program, unless changing to a research master’s degree program; and
- not in the past have obtained an UTS IRS for a research master’s degree program, unless: ii) that degree was finished and the candidate is immediately undergoing a research doctorate degree program; or ii) the candidate has changed their HDR under paragraph 3.25.15 of the Commonwealth Scholarship Awards Guidelines (Research) 2010
How to Apply for UTS International Research Scholarships
New Research Students:
If you wish to be given consideration for an IRS and all related scholarship awards, tick the YES box in the SCHOLARSHIP/SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION part of your program application. Please check the How to Apply and UTS International Research Scholarships in the Research Scholarships part of the UTS Research Degrees website for additional details.
Candidates are required to submit their finished application by the appropriate application closing date. Incomplete and late applications will not be reviewed.
Currently Enrolled Research Students:
Please submit application to be given consideration for scholarship before the closing date as written above by filling out a GRS Deferral and Scholarship Application form. Please refer to Research Scholarships on their public webpage.
Candidates must make sure that they submit their finished application, with all required supporting documents, by the appropriate application closing date. Unfinished and late applications will not be given consideration.
- June 30, 2021, for Autumn (January) 2022 intake
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