University of Sydney International Scholarships(USydIS) now offers scholarships for high-achieving and determined applicants who wish to take on a postgraduate research degree or a Master’s research programme at the University. University of Sydney International Scholarships carry the mission to gather brilliant postgraduate students who would give in themselves to projects in order to amplify the University’s research activities.
University of Sydney, Australia.
FIELD(S) OF STUDY:
Postgraduate research degrees and Master’ research programmes in all research disciplines, depending on the faculty though.
International students who wish to begin in research period 2 in March and in research period 3 in July.
VALUE AND DURATION OF SCHOLARSHIPS:
University of Sydney International Scholarships will cover full tuition fees along with living expenses for three years with a possibility of one semester’s extension ONLY for PhD students.
Applicants must reach to the following requirements in order to gain eligibility:
- Only international students can attain the scholarships.
- Students must enrol themselves in a Higher Degree by Research (HDR) at the University of Sydney.
- Student must not hold a Research qualification, equivalent to Australian Doctorate Degree. In case of commencing a Master’s degree, the entrant must not hold a Research qualification equivalent to Australian Master’s Degree.
- Entrant haven’t previously considered for the scholarship up to 3 times within the last 5 years.
- Entrant haven’t previously have received an RTP Fee Scholarship, unless the previous scholarship was for a Master ‘s research degree that the entrant have completed and is are now applying for a doctorate research degree.
Admission’s deadline of University of Sydney.
HOW TO APPLY?
As there is no separate application form regarding the scholarships. The entrant must apply for the scholarship by submitting an application along with required documents to the respective research center. However, the scholarships are only available for March(research period 2) and July(research period 3)